Frightlopedia: An Encyclopedia of Everything Scary, Creepy, and Spine-Chilling, from Arachnids to Zombies Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-12 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" This book was reviewed on my blog, The Overstuffed Bookcase, as a part of the feature Kiddo's Corner Reviews, where my son reviews children's books. You can watch our review of this and a few other books here as well as find many other reviews on my blog. " said.

" Cute and full of fun tales and pranks kids can play on friends and family. Good old fashioned spooky fun. " said.

"Here’s the book for kids who love scary stuff, whether it’s telling ghost stories around a campfire, discovering the origins of various vampires, monsters, and witches, or reading creepy tales under the covers with a flashlight.

Combining fact, fiction, and hands-on activities, Frightlopedia is an illustrated A-Z collection of some of the world’s most frightening places, scariest stories, and gruesomest creatures, both real and imagined.
Discover Borneo’s Gomantong Cave, where literally millions of bats, cockroaches, spiders, and rats coexist—in pitch darkness. Learn about mythical creatures like the Mongolian Death Worm—and scarily real ones like killer bees, which were accidentally created by scientists in the 1950s. Visit New Orleans’s Beauregard-Keyes house, where Civil War soldiers are said to still clash in the front hall. Plus ghost stories from around the world, a cross-cultural study of vampires, and how to transform into a zombie with makeup. Each entry includes a “Fright Meter” measurement from 1 to 3, because while being scared is fun, everyone has their limit.
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" Great A-Z collection of all things scary and not-so-scary for young readers! " said.

" My brother got it for me, and i enjoyed they information given about the different disscussed topics. it was great. " said.

" This Encyclopedia of everything scary, creepy, and spine chilling is arranged alphabetically for quick survival reference. Each item is rated with a fright meter that helps you decide if you dare to read on. Filled with drawings and actual photos this little guide is the perfect gift for readers age’s eight to 12 who love fearsome facts. " said.

" Full review with teaching tools: loved the structure of this text, and students and other teachers will as well. Different than a traditional encyclopedia, the Frightlopedia mixes fact, fiction, traditional literature, and hands-on activities which makes this a perfect classroom text as it will suck in readers in so many different ways, and it will also work in such a variety of classroom activities as well. " said.

"Frightlopedia is the perfect book for young readers who love a little thrill! A nice feature is that its not all monsters and ghosts, it also includes information about poisonous or harmful trees and animals which may appeal to a broader set of readers, it had a nice mixture of fiction and non-fiction. I love that the book included little tid-bits of information and the "Horrifying How To" activities for children to create and explore. This is definitely a wonderful addition for any class or home library.
*I received an ARC via NetGalley & Workman Publishing Company in exchange for an honest review.
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