More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark: Collected from Folklore (Turtleback)
Publish date: September 1st 1986
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 112
Edition language: English
Series: Scary Stories (#2)
As a cubscout this was a clear and obvious choice to scare the shit out of us. We stayed in an old building used by sailors in the early 1900s. The troop master read this too us. we crawled into our sleeping bags, on top of what was considered a 1960s bunk bed. All chills. Now that I look back I can...
Reading this book is a good way to scare yourself silly.This book has so many good stories and a few corny ones. There are also a few that I still don't get...or maybe it's just me being stupid.Anyway, it's a good read if you're looking for something that can scare you a little.
My hometown library still has these books, several copies. They're all library bound because they are often used; I worry how much longer they'll be able to hold up. They're creepy in audiobook format, as well.
Genre: Horror / Short Story Year Published: 1984 Year Read: 2012 Series: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark #2 SCARY STORIES PART TWO! After reading the first book “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,” I just had to read up on the sequel, “More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,...
I still love these books. They're still pretty spooky, because the stories are archetypal. Some things are always scary. For the target audience, this will likely be their first exposure to most of these archetypes. And nostalgia helps those of us who read these years ago. The stories are nice and s...
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