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eBook The Curse of the Campfire Weenies: And Other Warped and Creepy Tales (Library Edition) ePub

by Paul Michael Garcia,David Lubar

  • ISBN: 143329172X
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Paul Michael Garcia,David Lubar
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.; Unabridged LIBRARY edition (September 15, 2009)
  • ePub book: 1627 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1506 kb
  • Other: txt doc lrf mbr
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 727

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by David Lubar First published September 4th 2007.

by David Lubar First published September 4th 2007. Hardcover, 208 pages.

And Other Warped and Creepy Tales. fuck this site strong text. Published 2008 by Raincoast. Horror stories, In library, Short stories, Children's stories, American, American Horror tales. ISBN 13. 9780765357717.

For this, his third collection of warped and creepy "weenie" tales, author and master of the macabre David Lubar traveled deep into the shadowy corners of his mind, looking for new ways to amuse and terrify his readers. And in the tradition of In the Land of the Lawn Weenies and Invasion of the Road Weenies, he reveals the inspiration behind each of the thirty-five stories at the end of the book. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

For this, his third collection of warped and creepy weenie tales, author and master of the macabre David Lubar traveled deep into the shadowy corners of his mind, looking for new ways to amuse and terrify his readers.

David Lubar, Paul Michael Garcia (Narrator). It was hilarious and a bit creepy. It did not have a specific storyline but instead was full of 35 different short stories. One of which WAS about campfire weenies. This is a book full of creepy and odd tales for school aged kids around the ages 9 to 12. I booked talked this during my school book club I have for 3/4 and 5/6 graders. I will also be using this book and the other books in this series for my BAM book club at the library.

In his third collection of warped and creepy weenie tales, David Lubar, critically acclaimed author and .

In his third collection of warped and creepy weenie tales, David Lubar, critically acclaimed author and master of the macabre, travels deep into the shadowy corners of his mind to deliver thirty-five stories of laughter and terror to tickle your horror bone. Learn the real reason why clowns are scary, discover the truth about allergy shots, and find out why you should always be nice to your math teacher. Full of thirsty vampires, hungry insects, evil power tools, singing Girl Scouts, and other terrors, these tales go darker, weirder, and stranger than ever before.

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School Library Journal. Another cool collection

School Library Journal. Another cool collection. This would be perfect to read around a campfire-or at any sleepover. They are creepy, but also hilarious. David Lubar created a sensation with his debut novel, Hidden Talents, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults. Thousands of kids and educators across the country have voted Hidden Talents onto over twenty state lists. The titular story, Curse of the Campfire Weenies, is one of the weaker ones in the collection, but overall there are a good amount of good stories. One person found this helpful.

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community .

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Thirty-five creepy stories about pigeons, ancient predators, Girl Scouts, and other terrifying things. Includes author's notes on how he got his ideas for these stories.

us/10/242134 Content: Unabridged Written by: David Lubar Narrated by: Paul Garcia Release date: 6/23/2009 Duration: 4 hrs 30 mins Contact me: nm45807l.

[Audiobook CD Library Edition in vinyl case.] [Read by Paul Michael Garcia] In his third collection of warped and creepy weenie tales, David Lubar, critically acclaimed author and master of the macabre, travels deep into the shadowy corners of his mind to deliver thirty-five stories of laughter and terror to tickle your horror bone. Learn the real reason why clowns are scary, discover the truth about allergy shots, and find out why you should always be nice to your math teacher. Full of thirsty vampires, hungry insects, evil power tools, singing Girl Scouts, and other terrors, these tales go darker, weirder, and stranger than ever before. And at the end of the book, the author reveals the inspiration behind each of the stories.

Comments

Kiaile Kiaile
Really good. Not as good as Invasion of the Road Weenies, but pretty good as a collection itself. The titular story, Curse of the Campfire Weenies, is one of the weaker ones in the collection, but overall there are a good amount of good stories.
Steelraven Steelraven
These were a little to scary for my 9 year old. He likes to listen to them before bed, and this one he just didn't want me to play for him. I did give it a four star though, because I do think it was a good book, but maybe just for an older boy/girl?
artman artman
Not a good book, not scary at all.
Arcanescar Arcanescar
My granddaughter jumped for joy when she saw this book. She's reading the series and this is the next one.
Dynen Dynen
A funny nice book of kiddie horror stories.
Lailace Lailace
Great book. Not quite worth the $6 as it took me only an hour to read. Definitely recommend it however.
Water Water
This whole series is amazing. As mentioned in my title, it is a cross between Twilight Zone and Stephen King for kids. Definitely read it before letting your kids read it so you can decide if it will keep your kids up at night. They're great short stories for adults.
I will admit I have not read this book. It was purchased for my grandson. He loved it and found it quite funny so, if you have any 11-12 year old grandchildren or children you might give this book a try.