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Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: Tommy Nelson
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 X 1.50 (inches)|
Kids will enjoy thrills and chills with the children in these stories who have fun as they demonstrate Christian character based on love for God, parents, and one another. Readers share a scare . . . but, of course, ghouls and ghosts are strictly in the imagination.
Dr. Shivers Carnival: Kyle Conlon discovers that a bizarre carnival has mysteriously appeared overnightright next door to his uncles house. He and his three friends, Sara, Sammy, and Brent, set out to investigate. The carnivals owner, Dr. Shivers, invites the four of them to try all the amusements for freeif theyre brave enough.
Attack of the Killer House: Anna and Jonny Greger are looking forward to a quiet day at home. When Jonnys science projecta robotattacks Anna, she thinks its just Jonny playing a joke. But she knows something is terribly wrong when her hair dryer flies, their video game shoots back at them, and the lawn mower takes off on its own. But a house cant attack people. Or can it?
Birthday Cake and I Scream: This partys a Real Scream! Its MacKenzies twelfth birthday. The party is at Creepy the Clown's Pizza Palace. Unlimited play on the video games makes it pretty cool, until Creepy shows up with some games of his own. Soon, all the kids want to win is a chance to get out!
Justin4 Stars Out Of 5August 23, 2010JustinIt's cool to see that they're putting these out again. Spine Chillers was like a Christian version of Goosebumps by R. L. Stine. All the endings, though, were like Scooby-doo, but for some reason the stories were still pretty interesting. Fred E. Katz was actually a pen-name. The man who wrote these was actually a pastor named Timothy Ayers, so if you want to read up on him, that is his real name.Anyhow, I hope you or your kids can enjoy these books!