Ghost Stories

Ghost Stories You couldn t ask for spookier stories from authors including Franz Kafka Charles Dickens and Guy de MaupassantNTENTSThe Knock at the Manor Gate Franz Kafka Yesterday s Witch Gahan Wilson A Legion

  • Title: Ghost Stories
  • Author: Robert Westall Mary Williams Kenneth Grahame Alison Prince Ray Bradbury Ruth Manning-Sanders Saki Philippa Pearce
  • ISBN: 9781856978842
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • You couldn t ask for 22 spookier stories from authors including Franz Kafka, Charles Dickens, and Guy de MaupassantNTENTSThe Knock at the Manor Gate Franz Kafka Yesterday s Witch Gahan Wilson A Legion Marching By John Hynam The Lawyer and the Ghost Charles Dickens The Ghost Who Was Afraid of Being Bagged Anon ssSchool for Ghosts Vida Derry adapYou couldn t ask for 22 spookier stories from authors including Franz Kafka, Charles Dickens, and Guy de MaupassantNTENTSThe Knock at the Manor Gate Franz Kafka Yesterday s Witch Gahan Wilson A Legion Marching By John Hynam The Lawyer and the Ghost Charles Dickens The Ghost Who Was Afraid of Being Bagged Anon ssSchool for Ghosts Vida Derry adapted from a story by P u Sung Ling.The Little Yellow Dog Mary Williams The Piper at the Gates of Dawn from The Wind in the Willows Wind in the Willows Kenneth Grahame The Lilies Alison Prince The Emissary Ray Bradbury John Pettigrew s Mirror Ruth Manning Sanders Sredni Vashtar Saki Miss Mountain Philippa Pearce Was It a Dream ss La Morte Guy de Maupassant A Pair of Hands Sir Arthur T Quiller Couch The Boys Toilets Robert Westall Left in the Dark John Gordon Video Nasty Philip Pullman Lost Hearts M R James Thurnley Abbey Perceval Landon Not at Home Jean Richardson The Shepherd s Dog Joyce Marsh

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    1. Robert Westall Mary Williams Kenneth Grahame Alison Prince Ray Bradbury Ruth Manning-Sanders Saki Philippa Pearce

      Librarian Note There is than one author by this name in the database.Robert Westall was born in North Shields, Northumberland, England in 1929.His first published book The Machine Gunners 1975 which won him the Carnegie Medal is set in World War Two when a group of children living on Tyneside retrieve a machine gun from a crashed German aircraft He won the Carnegie Medal again in 1981 for The Scarecrows, the first writer to win it twice He won the Smarties Prize in 1989 for Blitzcat and the Guardian Award in 1990 for The Kingdom by the Sea Robert Westall s books have been published in 21 different countries and in 18 different languages, including Braille.From robertwestall

    569 thoughts on “Ghost Stories”

    1. Very spooky best ghost stories I'v read .me even made me cry, seemed so realmy favorite was: -Was It A Dream?-


    2. As a pre-teen, I adored ghost stories. They really scared me, freaked me out and left me feeling like if I would get up, out of bed, I'd run into a ghost as soon as I left the (somewhat) safe confines of my room!Now, they're just odd. Perhaps that's due to the fact that I consumed just about every short story anthology of ghost stories I could get my hands on at that age. This book, Ghost Stories, is one of the few I still own. I really loved these short story series. I think if I'd read them ag [...]


    3. This is a good collection of horror stories from some of the best writers in the genre (and a few outside it) that is a good introduction to horror for younger readers and those not overly familiar with horror stories. There were no outstanding stories for me (but that could be more to do with my hardened to horror soul than anything else) but all were equally good and enjoyable. Each tale has its own individual style but all are as engrossing as each other. A good collection, particularly for n [...]


    4. A childhood favourite of mine, it has some of the most interesting, short horror stories I've read.Also popular among my younger siblings who beg for a bed-time story every time.


    5. This book was really interesting. Something I liked about it was that there are many stories not just one. This makes it more interesting in my opinion. Instead of reading by a certain amount of pages every day I read by stories. Once I started a story I wanted to finish it. Most stories were good ones but some I did not like. The book is a good length for the amount of stories. The stories vary in length but they all work. Would recommend.


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