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The following is a list of all the Goosebumps books, written by R. Text only Gallery only. Amanda and Josh think the old house they have just moved into is weird. Possibly haunted. And the town of Dark Falls is pretty strange, too. But their parents don't believe them. You'll get used to it, they say. Go out and make some new friends. So Amanda and Josh do. But these new friends are not exactly what their parents had in mind. Because they want to be friends Stay Out of the Basement.
Brewer is doing a little plant-testing in his basement. Nothing to worry about. Harmless, really. But Margaret and Casey Brewer are worried about their father. Especially when they Then they notice that their father is developing plantlike tendencies.
In fact, he is becoming distinctly weedy--and seedy. Is it just part of their father's "harmless" experiment? Or has the basement turned into another little shop of horrors? Monster Blood. While staying with his weird great-aunt Kathryn, Evan visits a funky old toy store and buys a dusty can of monster blood.
It's fun to play with at first. And Evan's dog, Trigger, likes it so much, he eats some! But then Evan notices something weird about the green, slimy stuff--it seems to be growing. And growing. And all that growing has given the monster blood a monstrous appetite Say Cheese and Die!
Greg thinks there is something wrong with the old camera he and his friends found. The photographs keep turning out wrong. Very wrong. Like the snapshot Greg took of his father's new car that shows it totaled. And then Greg's father is in a nasty wreck. But Greg's friends don't believe him. Shari even makes Greg bring the camera to her birthday party and take her picture. Only Shari's not in the photograph when it develops.
Is Shari about to be taken out of the picture permanently? Who is going to take the next fall for The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb. Gabe just got lost-- in a pyramid.
One minute, his crazy cousin Sari was right ahead of him in the pyramid tunnel. The next minute, she'd disappeared. But Gabe isn't alone. Someone else is in the pyramid, too. Or some thing. Gabe doesn't believe in the curse of the mummy's tomb. But that doesn't mean that the curse isn't real.
Does it? Let's Get Invisible! On Max's birthday, he finds a sort of magic mirror in the attic. It can make him become invisible. So Max and his friends start playing now you see me, now you don't. Until Max realizes that he's losing control. Staying invisible a little too long. Having a harder time coming back. Getting invisible is turning into a very dangerous game.
The next time Max gets invisible, will it be Night of the Living Dummy. Lindy names the ventriloquist's dummy she finds Slappy. Slappy is kind of ugly, but he's a lot of fun. Lindy's having a great time learning to make Slappy move and talk. But Kris is jealous of all the attention her sister is getting. It's no fair. Why does Lindy always have all the luck? Kris decides to get a dummy of her own. She'll show Lindy. Then weird things begin to happen. Nasty things. Evil things. No way a dummy can be causing all the trouble.
Or is there? The Girl Who Cried Monster. Lucy likes to tell monster stories. She's told so many that her friends and family are sick of it. Then one day, Lucy discovers a real, live monster: the librarian in charge of the summer reading program.
Too bad Lucy's told so many monster tall tales. Too bad no one believes a word she says. Too bad the monster knows who she is Welcome to Camp Nightmare. The food isn't great. The counselors are a little strange. And the camp director, Uncle Al, seems sort of demented. Okay, so Billy can handle all that. But then his fellow campers start to disappear.
What's going on? Why won't his parents answer his letters? What's lurking out there after dark? Camp Nightmoon is turning into Camp Nightmare. For real. And Billy might be next The Ghost Next Door. Hannah's neighborhood has just gotten a little--weird. Ever since that new boy moved in next door. But when did he move in? Wasn't the house empty when Hannah went to sleep the night before?
Why does it still look deserted? She's not getting any answers from her new neighbor. He just keeps disappearing in the oddest ways.
Goosebumps Original Series (Full Collection, #1-62)
In general, you can tell how good a Goosebumps book will be based on its cover art. The cover for the final book in the original series, Monster Blood IV , depicts some ugly, slimy slug things with weirdly voluptuous lips leaving their viscous entrails all over the bathroom. That's pretty much the book, which has very little to do with the previous Monster Blood entries save for the presence of recurring protagonist Evan. Instead of making stuff really big or really bad, as in previous entries, Monster Blood now transmogrifies you into a blue slug that goes all Gremlins when it gets wet. A disappointing end to the original series. As a kid, I always thought of chocolate pastries when I saw this book. The brown cover and the icing-like snow glazing the borders
A definitive ranking of all original 62 Goosebumps books
This is a list of books from the Goosebumps book series written by R. Stine and published by Scholastic. The first book, Welcome to Dead House , was published in July Numerous spin-off series were written by Stine, including Goosebumps Series published from to , Goosebumps Gold which was never released , Give Yourself Goosebumps to , Goosebumps HorrorLand to and Goosebumps Most Wanted to
The Complete Goosebumps Series, Collection 1-62
List of Goosebumps books