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A boy who sees ghosts. A nine-headed creature with poisonous breath. A vanishing hitchhiker. Scary stories have been told around campfires and in books for centuries. Some stories explain the ways of the world. Others teach us lessons. And some are just plain spooky! This collection of frightening tales offers readers the scary stories they crave in a variety of genres.
Battles with eight-headed dragons. A woman who turns to stone. An underworld filled with hungry jaguars and bloodthirsty bats. Myths are stories that explain ...
Did you hear about the babysitter who received threatening phone calls from inside the house? What about the hitchhiker who vanished without a trace? For ...
The temperature drops, and a white mist floats into view. It’s a ghost! Or is it? Not everyone believes in ghosts. But some say they’ve come face-to-face with ...
Folktales are stories from long ago that were passed on from person to person. Some are scary enough to prickle your skin with fear. From an evil music box to ...
"The conversational writing style and simple sentence structure in this series facilitates use. At the beginning of each volume, the authors define the featured genre. The stories that follow escalate from “Scary” to “Very Scary” and “Freaky Scary” but they are calibrated to suit the audience. An icon of a teen’s face appears at the beginning of each story, with his comically dramatic facial expressions rating each. The selections are complemented by “Fear Facts” throughout, which provide oddball information such as, “According to a 2007 U.S. survey, 34 percent of Americans believe in ghosts” (Ghost Stories). Colorful, captioned illustrations appear on each page. Captivating, kid-friendly reading." - Series Made Simple; School Library Journal
November 1, 2010
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