Re: Hallowe'en Reading 2007!
^ It's mainly a collection of stories by Schwartz, who is a folklorist, and some of them are fairly well known. What really makes the books great, though, is Stephen Gammell's creepy illustrations. And I do mean creepy. They help create the books' atmosphere. You can see some representatives below.
Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark
More Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark
Scary Stories 3: More Tales to Chill Your Bones
Not every story is scary, either. Some are suspenseful or humorous.
"My dream is to eat candy and poop emeralds. I'm halfway successful."
Catbert, Evil Director of Human Resources