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The Horror At Camp Jellyjam Classic Goosebumps 9

Author : R.L. Stine
ISBN : 9780545405843
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Discover the bone-chilling adventures that made Goosebumps one of the bestselling children's book series of all time. Now with all-new bonus materials! Camp Jellyjam is no ordinary sports camp. The counselors seem a little TOO happy. And why are they so obsessed with winning? It might have something to do with the hideous, slimy discovery lurking in the darkness.... It's our ninth fan-favorite prequel to R.L. Stine's blockbuster Goosebumps HorrorLand series. Now with all-new bonus features including an author interview, bizarre sports trivia, and more!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Horror At Camp Jellyjam

Author : R. L. Stine
ISBN : 1407108409
Genre : Children's ghost stories
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Something scary is happening in GOOSEBUMPS HORRORLAND, the all-new,all-terrifyin series by R. L. Stine. Just how scary? You'll never know unless you crack open this classic prequel! Discover thefan favourite thriller and chiller that first introduced the world to the wooden face of fear. The puppet who pulls all the strings.None other than Slappy the Dummy!
Category: Children's ghost stories

The Horror At Chiller House

Author : R. L. Stine
ISBN : 9780545162005
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Andy, Sam, Jessica, Meg, Marco, and Ray are trapped by Jonathan Chiller, who expects payment for the rare HorrorLand souvenirs they have taken by playing his deadly game.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Goosebumps Horrorland 19 The Horror At Chiller House

Author : R.L. Stine
ISBN : 9780545301305
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Take a little Horror home with you! Jonathan Chiller has called the kids from books #13-18 back to HorrorLand to collect payment. The only way for the kids to get back home is for them to win at a HorrorLand-style scavenger hunt. They each must find a red chest. Inside, the miniature Horror will act as a portal to send them back home. They'll be competing against Murder the Clown, Chef Belcher, Mondo the Magical, and three other unsavory characters from the previous six books. Little do they know that all six adversaries are actually Chiller in disguise. And Chiller will lie and cheat his way to victory.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

You Re Only Young Twice

Author : Timothy Morris
ISBN : 0252025326
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Examines classics of children's literature and film, including "Peter Pan," "Black Beauty," "The Secret Garden," and "101 Dalmatians," revealing their underlying themes and the effect they have on young readers and viewers.
Category: Literary Criticism

Encyclopedia Of Fantasy And Horror Fiction

Author : Don D'Ammassa
ISBN : 9781438109091
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Horror Fiction provides comprehensive coverage of the major authors and works in these popular genres. Each entry includes a brief discussion of the author's life and work and includes a full bibliography. Each entry on
Category: Literary Criticism

Goosebumps Hall Of Horrors 1 Claws

Author : R.L. Stine
ISBN : 0545414938
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Hall of Horrors is open. Step into the nightmare! Mickey is put in charge of his vacationing neighbors' cat, Bella. His best friend Amanda comes along to help out. All they have to do is make sure Bella has enough to eat and doesn't destroy the furniture. Seems simple enough. But Bella escapes from the house and is hit by a car. Mickey feels awful. What is he going to do? Amanda has an idea to replace the cat with a look-alike from the local pet store, Cat Heaven. They find a cat that looks exactly like Bella, but the clerk won't sell it to them, so they decide to steal it. Big mistake! These cats are more than they seem to be.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Werewolf Of Fever Swamp Classic Goosebumps 11

Author : R.L. Stine
ISBN : 9780545294614
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Who's afraid of the big, bad wolf? A new package for a best-selling Classic Goosebumps! Now with bonus features! There is something weird happening in Fever Swamp. Something really horrible.It started with the strange howling at night. Then there was the rabbit, torn to shreds. Everyone thinks Grady's new dog is responsible. After all, he looks just like a wolf. And he seems a little on the wild side. But Grady knows his dog is just a regular old dog. And most dogs don't howl at the moon. Or disappear at midnight. Or change into terrifying creatures when the moon is full. Or do they?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

99 Ways To Get Kids To Love Reading

Author : Mary Leonhardt
ISBN : 9780307554109
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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he author of Parents Who Love Reading, Kids Who Don't now offers a cornucopia of simple, practical tips that will help children--no matter what their age or level of reading ability--learn to read. A separate section identifies books suited to different kinds of readers, such as girls who love horses, teenagers who like rock bands, and computer nuts. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Soundings

Author : Gary K. Wolfe
ISBN : 1870824504
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A collection of reviews by Gary Wolfe originally published in the British monthly magazine, "Locus," from 1992-1996. Autographed by the author.
Category: Literary Criticism