Scary & Silly Campfire Stories: Fifteen Tales For Shivers & Giggles Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-29 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 25 user ratings

"too scary for the little ones, the "silly stories" are scary and morbid also" said.

"I take a family camping trip every year and the kids love reading stories around the fire. My old standby Fun Campfire Stories Anthology by John Bradshaw is great but after repeating the same stories for years I was looking for something new. I thought these might be more complex, appropriate for kids getting a little older. These stories make a good addition, and had nice little reading tips which helped me talk the oldest into trying to read a story herself. After reading a few of the stories in this book though I still got requests for the old standbys, especially 'The prized possession' (SUCH fun to read aloud), Eyes, and Boom Boom Boom." said.

"I only look it over but looks to be a very cute book with story for fireplace.I didn't give it a five cause I thought some games were dumb but it is a cute book." said.

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