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Ten Spooky Halloween Stories for Kids!
Listen to 10 bone-chilling Halloween stories from the best-selling author, Arnie Lightning! These Halloween short stories are quick and easy to understand and enjoy. You and your children will enjoy the spooky tales!
This audiobook is especially great for traveling, waiting rooms, and listening aloud at home! These stories are perfect for early and beginner listeners and super fun to use as campfire ghost stories.
- Night Landscape
- The Phone
- The House Party
- Under the Bed
- The Thing in My Dreams
- Behind You
- The Man in the Dark Blue Suit
- Do Not Look
- Don't Believe in Ghosts
- A Familiar House
These spooky short stories about Halloween will give you chills up and down your spine! Scroll up and click "buy" to crack open these scary stories!
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- Spooky Mike
Great Collection to Get in the Halloween Mood
Since Halloween is right around the corner, I listened to these stories with my six year old. She really enjoyed them and kept wanting to listen to more. I think that is close to the upper limit in age for these stories as she sees and hears spookier stories on TV. Nonetheless, these stories were fun and are perfect to set the mood for Halloween. We both agreed that Under the Bed was our favorite, the twist on monsters living under your bed was not lost on her. Fred Wolinsky did a good job with the narration and was able to put the excitement into the story needed to keep the attention of younger listeners. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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- Steve Mosley
I loved your book this was the first of yours I read & I thought it was really good I think next time your story should be about double the length & have a more creative name, for example, Midnight Tales With a footnote STORY'S FROM THE DARKEST HOUR. I think you could make the story a little better with a more distinct ending some of your stories are kinda cliff hangers & sometimes that's good but I think they should be more explained. Also if you make another horror book It should be for a little older age group. Overall your books are great & I think you should keep making them
Around camp fire with three 8 year old boys in perfect scary story mode and these were awful. The stories made no sense and we're not scary or entertaining at all.