Scary Stories for Kids presents two classic chillers certain to spark the imaginations of boys and ghouls everywhere. "Staley Fleming's Hallucination" tells the story of a murderer and the ghostly image of the victim's loyal dog that seeks unspeakable revenge. "The Bottle Imp" recounts the story of Keawe, a young Hawaiian who comes into possession of a bottle that grants his every wish, but at a cost that may be higher than he wants to pay.
Here's the classic story of an ugly little duckling teased by the entire barnyard. Embarking on a journey of adventure and discovery, the poor little creature eventually makes a triumphant, heart-warming return to his home.
Here's a terrific collection of giggle-inducing silliness and rhythmical rhyming fun, all read with a great big smile! Twenty-four classic rhymes are gathered here, including: "Little Bo Peep", "Simple Simon", "Little Miss Muffet", "Humpty Dumpty", "Handy Pandy", "Crooked Little Man", "Wee Willie Winkie", and many, many more!
In a small village a cruel elderly couple are killing their neighbor's pets with gleeful abandon. When an orphan traveling with a band of gypsies has his beloved kitten killed by the weird old couple, he retaliates in a horrifying act of supernatural revenge.
"The Cats of Ulthar"
Classic Tales of Terror collects two classic chillers of the supernatural. "The Cats of Ulthar" tells of an elderly couple with a penchant for animal cruelty. They kill the pet of an orphan and the animals retaliate with a terrible vengeance. In "The Yellow Sign", an artist encounters a horribly disfigured man who exudes a terrible aura of unspeakable evil.
Here are two beloved children's stories, written by Hans Christian Andersen, that tell the tales of an ugly little duckling who embarks on a journey of discovery and a courageous, love-sick tin soldier.
A murderer is haunted by the specter of the dog whose master he killed. The wicked Staley calls for a doctor, hoping to cure himself of the disturbing visions, only to discover the hellish fate faced by all murderers.