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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Although I really don't like horror stories, Donna Burgess is a friend of mine and I couldn't wait to read some of her writings. In the realm of terror I can honestly say this did not disappoint but I didn't sleep at all that night, and slept rather badly for a few nights after. Donna has definitely found her niche in the writing world and I can't recommend this highly enough to every horror enthusiast out there!! One person found this helpful. I enjoyed this story a lot!
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It made me think of spooky stories you tell around the campfire. My only complaint is that it could use some editing. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. Set up a giveaway. Feedback If you need help or have a question for Customer Service, contact us. Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book?
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A really silly book of bad jokes and shaggy ghost stories. Excellent, easily-memorized stories for kids to practice telling. Simple, but effective stories for newer readers. And I love the non-threatening puffy-ghost illustrations.
Fold a phantom with this clever book that teaches you how to turn basic origami folds into slithering snakes, zombie claws, caskets and tombstones. Each project gives a suggestion on how to use the finished product. You can recycle any thin paper for these projects. They pretend to be fearless, and eat up all kinds of scary stories and movies—the grosser the better.
In my own writing, I tend to avoid the squishier kinds of grossness; suggestion is so much more effective…. This series is something of a judgement call. On the other, some of these stories, particularly of the Civil War, are quite gruesome. This might be best for grades 8 and up. Traditional scary Ohio ghostlore for grades This is a bit borderline. Spooky Ohio tells a couple of rather gruesome stories, so know your audience. Some of the black-and-white scratchboard illustrations are also rather grim. Extensive notes on historical practices, story sources, and a glossary of old-fashioned words.