Oh hey, Slappy, didn’t think we’d see you again…
Mainly for when your Furby shut up.
Why did our parents even let us read these?!
There’s so much to fear in this world.
Reader beware…you’re in for some serious throwback…
It’s September, so it’s practically Halloween.
BRB, crawling under my covers.
Grab your Beanie Babies and Pokemon cards.
Via Jude Deluca and Theodore Holmstead-Scott of If It Were Stine.
October 31st is approaching! Time to bring the R.L. Stine-induced nightmares of your childhood to life.
I protest this banning.
BRB, eBaying all of these toys right now.
Seriously, why does your body do that?
From least to most goosebumps-inducing.
What if R.L. Stine’s spooky frightmares were tailored for adults?
Everyone needs to be made aware of this.
R.L. Stine had a real knack for naming indie band names. We just never really realized it.
This is how the last book or episode of that series you were really into for a little bit when you were growing up ended. More often than not, it was with a whimper, not a bang.
Goosebumps might be his best-known work, but his writing talents go beyond the horror genre.
Artists took Goosebumps, Nancy Drew, and Sweet Valley High as inspiration for pieces in this YA collection.
Try to match these 13 classic Goosebumps covers with their titles.
“I thought, I have to listen to my original audience. And that’s who I wrote it for.” The master of things that go bump in the night listened to the social web when he decided to make his first foray into adult fiction in almost 20 years with the new novel, Red Rain.
Judging books by their covers is an entirely worthwhile and accurate pursuit. When you write a hundred thousand books, a couple are bound to be duds…
Today’s a good day to celebrate how important children’s books are to kids growing up. What book helped shape you and still sticks with you today?
“The Brave Kid” doesn’t fear Friday the 13th. But he should. Read…if you dare!
More please! Can Twitter mini-novels be the next big thing?
Or as an adult…don’t judge me. In honor of Banned Books Week here’s a few novels you can pull out of the attic in order to stick it to the man.
Lost’s Michael Emerson gives “Little Boy Blue” the Benjamin Linus treatment, proving he can make anything terrifying. (The fun starts about :45 to the end.)
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