The Scary Stories trio was one of the infamous books at my elementary school s library everyone wanted to read them and for good reason they re fun SPOOKY AND THE ILLUSTRATIONS ARE BOTH and the illustrations are both and downright terrifying The stories are a collection of folktales ghost stories and campfire stories meant to be read aloud with a group of friends However they re erfectly scary even if you re just reading them to yourself on a rainy afternoon The stories within these three books range from silly and cheesy to unsettling and scary especially for a book aimed at younger readers But I highly recommend all three books for younger and older readers alike I would also like to note that the new edition of these books with different illustrations should be skipped they have none of the flavor and atmosphere of the originals so get a copy of the original drawings you won t regret it 355Better than the second but nowhere near as good as the first This third volume of the series felt much grown up and interesting compared to the other two The stories were a lot of fun and I loved the urban legends especially I also appreciated the research notes as they give background information about the work of the author Now I want to see the movie Has anyone seen it and can recommend 45 stars YES YES YESFinally I got the chance to read the final set of stories from Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell s controversial yet opular series Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark called Scary Stories 3 More Tales to Chill Your Bones In celebration of Halloween I have decided to revisit this little gem of a series again and I was seriously not disappointedThis book mostly has a set of scary stories that will haunt you in your sleep so here are a couple of stories out of this collection Harold image error Ahh the last and final book of the Scary Stories Trilogy and what an amazingly dark and creepier book this one was More Tales to Chill Your Bones was a bit darker and spookier than the first two books and I really loved and enjoyed reading this book so much I remember reading some of the stories when I was a kid and it was a great nostalgic feeling reading stories that I have read when I was a kid The stories I remember reading in this book when I was a kid were The Wolf Girl The Bus Stop and The Red Spot which the red spot gave me the total creeps because it deals with spiders and I so don t like spiders at all I mean every year at the beginning of September and October I always get a lot of spiders crawling in my apartment and I always scream when I see one I don t only get the small spiders but I also
get the big black spiders as well in my apartment But the story the big black spiders as well in my apartment But the story Red Spot scare me too because it deals with spiders and sp. Storytellers know just as they have for hundreds and hundreds of years that everyone enjoys a good scary storyAlvin Schwartz's Scary Stories 3 joins his other opular collections of scary folklore Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark and More Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark to give readers spooky funny and fantastic tales guaranteed to raise goose bumpsWho is the Wolf girl Why is a hearse filled with men with yellow glowing eyes Can a nightmare become reality How do you avoid an appointment with DeathStephen Gammell's sp. Ider bites which I actually had a couple of spider bites on me that were small red spots on my skin while I was reading this book And when I was reading The Red Spot it spooked and creeped me out so much that it sent shivers down my spine That I couldn t help but keep on thinking about my spider bites that I actually went out and bought medicine for my spider bites and took care of the spider bites the next day because I didn t want what happened to the character in The Red Spot story happen to me and I tell you I know these stories are fictions folklore and myths But when a story gets to you and scares you
AS THE RED SPOT STORY DID The Red Spot story did me you know the author did an amazing job creepy you out and just lain scare you after reading each story All and all I so loved and enjoyed reading the final book of the Scary Stories trilogy that I would like to see if I can find books by Alvin Schwartz in the library soon At first I had felt uite disinclined to read this one having read book 1 book 2 I didn t hate those books read this one having read book 1 book 2 I didn t hate those books I also didn t love them much either They had just been two uick refreshing reads for me and I wasn t interested in this series any But then I thought my OCD thought just a tiny li l book is what I m leaving out in this series and if it doesn t get any better it can t ossibly be a waste of time Hence I started reading this book and guess what IT DOES GET BETTER The assortment of stories for this iece is much better than its redecessors even the artwork by Stephen Gammell is way spookier and vivid This is the best book in the Scary Stories series I believe Anyone who didn t like the first two books should seriously try this one Stories I liked most Maybe you will remember The trouble The hog bcoz it made me really sad actually Is something wrong THUPPPPPPP Another great collection of spooky tales Scary Stories 3 is just as good as the original This one contains most of my favorite stories that I remember from reading it so long agoThis is a very beloved book from my childhood along with it s two The Three Lives of Sonata James preuels I m still not entirely sure why I love something so much that gave me several serious complexes that continue into adulthood but I guess I m just twisted like thatI chose to reread these books due to the Scary Stories movie that came out recently Needless to say the stories didn t scare me like they did when I was a kid but I still found that I was a little creeped out going to the bathroom in the dark so to me that s a win for any book or movie because fiction doesn t scare me easilyIt s filled with mostly creepy short stories with a chapter dedicated to spooky yet humorous stories to make you laugh instead This edition has newerictures but the original illustrator s drawings ar. Lendidly creepy drawings erfectly capture the mood of than two dozens scary stories and even a scary song all just right for reading along or for telling aloud in the darkAuthor Biography Alvin Schwartz is known for a body of work of than two dozen books of folklore for young readers that explore everything from wordplay and humor to tales and legends of all kinds His collections of scary stories Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark More Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark Scary Stories 3 and two I Can Read Books In A Dar. ,
E intensely creepy and unmistakably recognizable It s erfect for kids 10 12 teens 13 15 or eople 16 that scare really easily and can t handle hardcore horror All the nostalgia I also enjoyed reading the back sections explaining what each story was based on The illustrations are the best This series of children s horror stories was a favorite of my oldest son He resented me with copies of the books as he was leaving to serve in the Navy Nostalgia from his childhood What he
Remembered The Most Wasthe most was creepy cool artwork by Stephen Gammell Imagine my horror when I found out while I was re reading the series that when they reprinted the books as a 30th anniversary celebration they changed the artwork While Brett Heluist is a talented artist what made this book series really great was the strange art by Gammell Luckily I have older copies of this series with the weird art intact I investigated online and found examples of Heluists illustrations They are great of a literal interpretation of the storiesbutit just isn t Scary Stories without Stephen Gammell Not sure what the Kaki vojaki: roman v rimah in slikah publisher was thinking Scary Stories 3 gathers 25 stories from folklore There are notes about the stories and a list of sources in the back As in therior books the stories vary even including a bit of Poems of Heaven and Hell from Ancient Mesopotamia poetry and a song The artworkerfectly accompanies the creepy tales All the tales are middle grade friendly An excellent collection of scary stories I will ass on the 30th Anniversary edition This series stands out because of the original artwork by Gammell My son remembers these books 17 years after we first read them because of Gammell s artwork It isn t the same outstanding series without the original art I m glad I "Have The Full Collection With The Original Drawings These Definitely "the full collection with the original drawings These definitely a ermanent home on my keeper shelf This book is featured on Halloween Reads for Kids is a book full of chilling stories and urban legends which are sure to get you trembling The illustrations are incredibly creepy Footsteps Such Things Happen The Wolf Girl and The Trouble are a few of our favorites It also contains one of our favorite scary oems titled You May Be The Next which also includes the short tune with notes to sing or layYou May Be The Next Did you ever think as a hearse goes byThat you may be the next to dieThey wrap you up in a big white sheetFrom your head down to your feetAnd the worms crawl in and the worms crawl outIn your stomach and out your snoutAnd your eyes fall out and your teeth decay And that is the end of a erfect dayThese are best read out loud in a group setting in my opinion but can be read alone as well The stories in this book are still creepy to me even as an adult Great to have on the Halloween shelf5.
K Dark Room AndDark Room and are just one art of his matchless folklore collectionBoo men When death arrives The appointment The bus stop Faster and faster Just delicious hello Kate The black dog Footsteps Like cats' eyes ; On the edge Bess Harold The dead hand Such things happen ; Running wild The wold girl ; Five nightmares The dream Sam's new et Maybe you will remember The red spot No thanks ; What is going on here The trouble ; Whoooooooo Strangers The hog Is something wrong It's him T H U P P P P P P P You may be the nex.