6 edition of Ghosts and Goosebumps found in the catalog.
Ghosts and Goosebumps
by Univ of Alabama Pr (T)
Written in English
|Contributions||Jack Solomon (Compiler), Olivia Solomon (Compiler)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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Information Ghosts are the spirits of deceased people that are stuck in the mortal world, unable to move on to the afterlife. They may be evil and bent on revenge, or they could be benevolent.
Ghosts usually appear similarly to when they were alive but transparent or with a. Ghosts and Goosebumps carefully preserves rapidly disappearing southern folklore. (Alabama Bookshelf) This is a very enjoyable book and brings back the memories of superstitions heard as a child.
(Ancestral Circle) One is struck by the universal nature of these superstitions rather than by 5/5(2). This is a good book.
I figured the kids were ghosts at the beginning but still a great book. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse.
Harveyvicky out of 5 stars Five Star. Reviewed in the United States on August 2, Verified Purchase. Grandson loved this book. Read more. Helpful/5(39). Ghosts and Goosebumps is a rich collection of folktales and superstitions that capture the oral traditions of central and southeastern Alabama.
In its pages one can glimpse the long-lost horse-and-buggy times, when people sat up all night with the dead and dying, hoed and handpicked cotton, drew water from wells, and met the devil rather book is divided into/5(23).
The Creep Factor: One scene automatically makes this book one of the scariest in the Goosebumps arsenal: A wave of RATS nearly overtakes the Author: Lynsey Eidell.
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