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More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz
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Apr 19, 2015

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As in the first volume, the storytelling skills of Alvin Schwartz and the eerie drawings of the more than capable Stephen Gammell come together in the telling of these incredibly scary folk tales.
For some reason, "Wonderful Sausage" has always caught my fascination, though the story itself is chillingly brutal. "Oh, Susannah" has always been one of the scariest stories of any in the Alvin Schwartz collections that I have read, and more than once I found myself truly getting cold with goosebumps as I read through this collection.
Meticulously researched, well told, and one of the scariest books of its type out there, "More Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark" is an exceptional book.
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