The Nightmare Room #10: Full Moon Halloween Paperback – Aug 23 2001
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About the Author
RobertLawrence Stine is the best-selling children's author in history. He began his writing career at the age of nine, writing short stories, joke books, and comic books for his friends. He has been at it ever since. A graduate of Ohio State University, Mr. Stine served as editor-in-chief of Bananas, a humor magazine for children, before teaming up with Parachute Press to create Fear Street, the first young adult horror series. After the enormous success of Fear Street, Stine and Parachute went on to launch Goosebumps, the best-selling book series that made Stine an international celebrity and the #1 best-selling author in America for several years.His latest projects include The Nightmare Room book series, TV show, and videos/DVDs; and his brand-new hardcover book, Beware!.
R. L. Stine lives in Manhattan with his wife, their teenage son, Matt, and their dog, Nadine.
Top Customer Reviews
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Well, I've learned from the first time I read an R. L. Stine book that I wouldn't be scared by this "teen-horror" author. Read morePublished on June 17 2003 by J. Tate
Fear Games is a great book! It's about this girl named April Powers who gets an invitation in the mail that says she gets to go to an island where nobody lives. Read morePublished on April 5 2002
I love this book. I use to get bored reading these other books recommeded by my high school English teacher. Now, because of this book I have come to love all books written by R. Read morePublished on March 4 2002 by Dwayna Inniss
Dont make me laugh. If this (...) scares you, then you must be scared by Barney and Mr. Rogers! Stephen King is the TRUE master of horror, and unlike Stine, can write more than... Read morePublished on Dec 15 2001