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Product Details

  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks (Oct. 1 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0439863937
  • ISBN-13: 978-0439863933
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 13.3 x 19 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 100 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #82,726 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

R.L. Stine is the author of the series' Fear Street, Nightmare Room, Give Yourself Goosebumps, and the phenomenally successful Goosebumps. His thrilling teen titles have sold more than 250 million copies internationally, enough to earn him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. Mr. Stine lives in New York City with his wife, Jane, and his son, Matt.


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Format: Kindle Edition
Wow, I loved this book when I was younger. It was one of those books that was just so suspenseful and surprising that I couldn't help but remember it some 15 years later.

As with all the goosebump books, the targeted audience is younger children to early teens. For this age group, the writing is simple and believable, with R L Stein taking on the narration through a 12 year old girl. The girl's character is mostly believable and I found that I was able to connect to her. The other characters had traits that made them relatable as well; I found the character development to be quite good.

The story isn't very scary, though it was extremely surprising with a twist ending. Once you realize what is going on in the story, you may feel the desire to reread; and if you do, you'll find hints dropped along the whole story that could have led you to the conclusion. The climax was super exciting, especially for me when I was a child.

Though many books of the goosebumps series are great, this is one book that I absolutely recommend. It's well written, unpredictable, and surprising in the best way. It's also a pretty short read, which doesn't drag on.

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By Nate on Oct. 16 2002
Format: Paperback
It was easily my Fave Goosebumps book It scared me really especially the part with the howling in chapters 11 - 13 I loved it so so so so so much and that poem gave me goosebumps and shivers I read it while home alone an I heard two freaky noise that jumped me so bad and if it scares me you know it's good cause i don't scare easily at all I own this book and have read it twice more than any other GB book i have except for the haunted school which was my fave GB book until i read beware the snow man it was the best GB book i've read so far and I'm currently reading legend of the lost legend that one's good too but not as good as this one. I'm 14 in 8th grade and love GB Books
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Format: Hardcover
I was addicted to these books when I was younger and it wasn't until I was majoring in education in college that I figured out why. They were interesting with bizarre plot twists that most 9-12 year olds don't think about and they were short (usually between 110-130 pages). I could read the whole thing in a day.
My parents also didn't have a lot of heartache with buying me a new book because these are relatively inexpensive (in the neighborhood of 3-5 bucks each).
R.L. Stine's "Goosebumps" books aren't scary, just kind of creepy. There aren't graphic descriptions of murder and mayhem. Just some ghosts, werewolves, or potions. The main character is alive in the end, and the final chapter resolves everything.
**Keep in mind, R.L. Stine has other books that aren't in the "Goosebumps" series that tend to be a little harsher when it comes to hauntings and plot. They are written more for the 12-14 age group and are longer (around 150-200 pages).
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By A Customer on Oct. 12 1997
Format: Paperback
I liked this book because it reminded me of being cold.I never knew the snowman was a monster until I finished the book.It was weird because everyone built the weird looking snowmen.Eli and Rolanda are nice kids,but sometimes they act kind of weird. Sincerely, Peter Daniels PS:please write back to what you thought about my review.
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Format: Paperback
I actually thought the book was so great its sad (SnifSnifSniff Hey if Im sniffing like a dog its not funny sorry) The main character is a girl named Hannah who lives in a town called Greenwood Falls. Shes so lonely and her friends havent been awnsering her letters. Then one day she runs into a boy named Danny who says he lives in the house next door.But Hannah knows thats impossible cuz the house was deserted the night before.Danny also disappears really strangely...could Hannah be haunted by a ghost?!?She thinks so, until she learns, one night, she learns terrifying truth...This book is filled with scary suprises but the ending and everything in a way(snif) RL Stine this may sound crazy, but it was BEAUTIFUL!I almost cried!I LOVE THIS BOOK!LOVE IT!Blah blah OK back to normal!U need to pick this book up, u wont be able to blink while reading it!
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By A Customer on Dec 23 1998
Format: Paperback
Gosh! Suprise ending! It's shocking, really, when I found out about the truth. It's pretty sad, though. (Sniff, sniff. Hey, I'm not sniffing like a dog, OK? Don't get the wrong idea.) It's a great book. If there was a Best Kid's Storybooks Awards, I'll say, "Give "The Ghost Next Door" a chance. It would certainly win something." Because this is a horror book and not an ordinary book which can be horror, mystery or anything, I'll say it will be 7 out of 10. I wanted to say 6, but because of this black shadow, it's spookier. If I don't care whether it's horror or not, then it's point would be 10 out of 10, fantastic! I think all the kids in the world should read this, and they're very lucky. (I'm one of those lucky kids.)
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By A Customer on June 27 2003
Format: Paperback
"Nooooooo!" Hannahs wail echoed in the darkness that sorrounded her.Hannah has a very strange and difficult life.
Hannah got very frighten when she found out she had next door neighboors without her noticing they moved in one summer day.Hannah family wasn't there so she couldn't talk out her problems with her family about her new next door neighboor.
If I were in the character's shoes I would go home and not wander around like Hannah did.
I really enjoyed this book because I like the way R.L.Stine used alot of discrivtive words.That helped me understand the book and visualize what was going on.
I recommend this book to anyone who likes scary and horror books like this one.
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