This is a list of books from the Goosebumps book series written by R. L. Stine and published by . 22, Ghost Beach, August , Classic Goosebumps #15 36, The Haunted Mask II, October , Classic Goosebumps #34, , ISBN. Goosebumps is a series of children's horror fiction novels by American author R. L. Stine, From to , sixty-two books were published under the Goosebumps umbrella title. Various spin-off series were written by Stine: Goosebumps. The following is a list of all the Goosebumps books, written by R.L. Stine. Goosebumps Movie books Goosebumps Movie Novel, Goosebumps Activity book.
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Horror meets humor in Goosebumps, a multi-series collection of frighteningly fun books from best-selling author R.L. Stine. Find the complete Goosebumps book series listed in order. Great deals on From $ # The Cuckoo Clock of Doom - Book #28 of the Goosebumps # Monster Blood III - Book #29 of the Goosebumps The Haunted Mask II - Book #36 of the Goosebumps How to Kill a Monster - Book #46 of the Goosebumps. Last year, Jack Black appeared onscreen as a fictionalized version of author RL Stine in Goosebumps. The movie pulled its villains and its.
Critics have praised the series for delving into the rich mythology of various countries to produce monsters that seem fresh and exciting to young readers.
The series is also credited with getting an entire generation of youngsters to start reading again. The readership is split evenly between both genders, with R. Stine reporting that the fan letters he receives are sent by both girls and boys.
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We'll base this on various factors for example "If you like Jack Reacher Things couldn't get any worse. Then Mr. Webster brings home the antique cuckoo clock. It's old. It's expensive. And Mr. Webster won't let anyone touch it. Poor Michael. He should have listened to his dad. Because someone put a spell on the clock.
A strange spell. A dangerous spell. And now Michael's life will never be the same again Monster Blood III. Evan can't stand baby-sitting his genius cousin, Kermit. Kermit refuses to play video games. He won't even play Frisbee! All he likes to do is hang out in the basement doing strange experiments and playing mean practical jokes on Evan and his friend Andy.
But now Andy's found something that will teach Kermit a lesson once and for all. It's green. It's slimy. And it comes in a can marked Monster Blood! It Came from Beneath the Sink! Kat and her brother, Daniel, are so lucky. They just moved to a new house with tons of rooms, two balconies, and a lawn the size of a football field!
But all that good luck is about to run out. Because there's something really evil living in their new house. Something that's moving. Something that comes from beneath the kitchen sink Night of the Living Dummy II. Amy's ventriloquist dummy, Dennis, keeps losing his head So Amy begs her family for a new dummy. That's when her dad finds Slappy in a local pawnshop. Slappy's kind of ugly, but Amy's having fun practicing her new routine.
Then terrible things start happening. Horrible, nasty things. Just like what happened the first time. Because there's something odd about Slappy. Something not quite right. Something evil The Barking Ghost. Scared of his own shadow. That's what everyone says about Cooper Holmes. But when the Holmeses move into a new house deep in the woods, scary things really do start happening. Problem is, no one believes a scaredy-cat like Cooper. But then no one else heard the bone-chilling barking late at night.
Or ran into two evil-looking dogs who disappeared into thin air The Horror at Camp Jellyjam. Swimming, basketball, archery. King Jellyjame's sports camp has it all. Too bad Wendy isn't a total sports freak like her brother, Elliot.
But how excited can you get over a game of softball. It's just a game, right? Because Camp Jellyjam is no ordinary sports camp.
And Wendy's about to find out why. Why the counselors seem a little too happy. A little too obsessed with winning. And why the ground is always rumbling late at night Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes. Two pink flamingos.
A whole family of plaster skunks. Joe Burton's dad loves those tacky lawn ornaments. But then he brings home two ugly lawn gnomes.
And that's when the trouble starts. Late at night. When everyone's asleep. Someone's creeping in the garden. Whispering nasty things. Smashing melons. Squashing tomatoes. No way two dumb old lawn ornaments could be causing all the trouble.
Is there? A Shocker on Shock Street. Erin Wright and her best friend, Marty, love horror movies. Especially Shocker on Shock Street movies. All kinds of scary creatures live on Shock Street.
The Toadinator. Ape Face. The Mad Mangler.
First their tram gets stuck in The Cave of the Living Creeps. Then they're attacked by a group of enormous praying mantises!
Real life is a whole lot scarier than the movies. But Shock Street isn't really real. Is it? The Haunted Mask II. Steve Boswell will never forget Carly Beth's Halloween mask.
It was so gross. But this year Steve wants to have the scariest costume on the block. So he gets a mask from the same store where Carly Beth got hers. It looks like a creepy old man. With stringy hair. A wrinkled face. And spiders crawling out of the ears!
Steve's definitely got the scariest mask around. Too bad he's starting to feel so old. And so tired. And so evil The Headless Ghost. Everyone knows about Hill House. It's the biggest tourist attraction in town. That's because it's haunted. Haunted by the ghost of a thirteen-year-old boy. A boy with no head! Duane and Stephanie love Hill House. It's dark. And creepy. And totally scary. Still, they've never actually seen the ghost.
Until the night they decide to go on a search. A search for his head The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena. Jordan Blake and his sister, Nicole, are sick of the hot weather in Pasadena. Just once they'd like to have a real winter. A real winter with real snow. And then it happens. The Blakes are off to Alaska! Seems that Mr. Blake has been asked to photograph a mysterious snow creature there. Poor Jordan and Nicole. They just wanted to see snow. But now they're being chased by a monstrous creature.
A big furry-faced creature What has two eyes, a mouth, and wrinkly green skin? Mark's shrunken head. It's a present from his Aunt Benna. A gift from the jungle island of Baladora. Mark can't wait to show the kids at school his shrunken head. It's so ugly.
So gross. So awesome. But late one night the head starts to glow. Because it's no ordinary head. It gives Mark a strange power. A magical power. A dangerous power Trina O'Dell's dad used to have a ventriloquist act. That's why he has all those dummies in the attic. He calls it his Dummy Museum. There's a dummy with freckles. And one with a sneer just like Rocky. Trina and her brother, Dan, think the dummies are pretty cool. But now there are voices in the attic.
And dummies keep showing up in the strangest places. No way those dummies could be alive! Bad Hare Day. Trick cards, floating scarves, disappearing doves. Tim Swanson loves magic tricks. Someday he wants to be a real magician. Just like his all-time favorite hero, Amaz-O. But then Tim goes to Amaz-O's show. And he finds out his idol is a total grump.
That's when Tim decides to steal the bag of tricks. Amaz-O's bag of secret tricks.
Scary tricks. The one with the multiplying red balls. And all those hissing snakes Egg Monsters from Mars. An egg hunt. That's what Dana Johnson's bratty little sister, Brandy, wants to have at her birthday party. And whatever Brandy wants, Brandy gets. Dana's not big on egg hunts. But that was before he found The Egg. It's not like a normal egg. It's about the size of a softball. It's covered with ugly blue and purple veins. And it's starting to hatch The Beast from the East.
Ginger Wald and her identical twin brothers, Nat and Pat, are lost in the woods. No problem. After all, Ginger did go to that stupid nature camp. Still, there's something odd about this part of the woods. The grass is yellow. The bushes are purple. And the trees are like skyscrapers. The Ginger and her brothers meet the beasts. They're big blue furry creatures.
And they want to play a game. The winners get to live. The losers get eaten Say Cheese and Die — Again!
That's what Greg calls his English teacher, Mr. He's a real grouch. And now he just gave Greg a big fat "F" on his oral report. He didn't believe Greg's story. About the camera Greg found last summer. About the pictures it took. About the evil things that happened. Poor Greg. He just wanted to prove old Sourball wrong. But now that he's dug up the camera, bad things are happening. Really bad things. Just like the first time Harry and his brother, Alex, are dying to fit in at Camp Spirit Moon.
But the camp has so many weird traditions. Like the goody camp salute. The odd camp greeting. And the way the old campers love to play jokes on the new campers. Then the jokes start to get really serious. Really creepy. Really scary. First a girl sticks her arm in the campfire. Then a boy jams a pole through his foot.
Still, they're just jokes How to Kill a Monster. Gretchen and her stepbrother, Clark, hate staying at their grandparents' house. Grandpa Eddie is totally deaf. And Grandma Rose is obsessed with baking. Plus, they live in the middle of a dark, muddy swamp.
Things couldn't get any worse, right? Because there's something really weird about Grandma and Grandpa's house. Something odd about that room upstairs. The one that's locked. The one with the strange noises coming from it. Strange growling noises Legend of the Lost Legend. Nobody loves a good story like Justin's dad. He's a famous writer and story collector. That's how Justin and his sister, Marissa, ended up in Brovania. Their dad is searching for an ancient manuscript called The Lost Legend.
Justin and Marissa want to help.
But instead of finding The Lost Legend, they get lost. And the woods of Brovania are filled with the strangest creatures.
Like hundreds of squealing mice. Silver-colored dogs. And terrifying Vikings from long ago Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns. Nothing beats Halloween. It's Drew Brockman's favorite holiday. And this year will be awesome. Much better than last year. Or the year Lee and Tabby played that joke.
A nasty practical joke on Drew and her best friend, Walker. Yes, this year Drew and Walker have a plan. A plan for revenge. It involves two scary pumpkin heads. But something's gone wrong. Way wrong. Because the pumpkin heads are a little too scary. A little too real.
With strange hissing voices. And flames shooting out of their faces Vampire Breath. That's Freddy Martinez and his friend, Cara. They're not afraid of anything. But that was before they went exploring in Freddy's basement. Before they found the secret room. Before they found the bottle of Vampire Breath. Poor Freddy and Cara. They should have never opened that bottle of Vampire Breath. Because now there's a vampire in Freddy's basement.
And he's very, very thirsty Calling All Creeps! Ricky Beamer is furious when he gets kicked off the school paper. So he decides to play a joke on Tasha, the bossy editor in chief. Just a little joke. After school one day he sticks a message in the paper. If you're a creep, call Tasha after midnight, it reads. But somehow Ricky's message gets messed up. And now he's getting calls.
Strange calls from kids who say they are creeps. Creeps with scaly purple skin. And long sharp fangs Beware, the Snowman. Jaclyn used to lived with her aunt Greta in Chicago. But not anymore. They've moved to a place called Sherpia. It's a tiny village on the edge of the Arctic Circle. Jaclyn can't believe she's stuck out in Nowheresville. No movie theaters. No malls. No nothing. Plus, there's something really odd about the village.
At night there are strange howling noises. And in front of every house there's a snowman. A creepy snowman with a red scarf. A deep scar on his face.
And a really evil smile How I Learned to Fly. Wilson Schlame loves to make Jack Johnson feel like a total loser. And Jack's had it. That's how he ended up down at the beach. In a creepy, old abandoned house. In the dark. Trying to hide from Wilson. But everything is about to change. Because Jack just dug up the coolest book. It's called Flying Lessons. It tells how humans can learn to fly. Poor jack.
He wanted to get back at Wilson. But now that Jack's learned how to fly, things down on earth are getting really scary Chicken Chicken. Everyone in Goshen Falls knows about weird Vanessa. She dresses all in black. Wears black lipstick. And puts spells on people. At least, that's what they say. Crystal and her brother, Cole, know you can't believe everything you hear. But that was before they made Vanessa mad.
Before she whispered that strange warning, "Chicken chicken. Crystal's lips have turned as hard as a bird's beak. And Cole has started growing ugly white feathers all over his body Don't Go to Sleep! Matt hates his tiny bedroom. It's so small it's practically a closet! Still, Matt's mom refuses to let him sleep in the guest room. After all, they might have guests. Some day.
Or year. Then Matt does it. Late one night. When everyone's in bed. He sneaks into the guest room and falls asleep. Poor Matt. He should have listened to his mom. Because when Matt wakes up, his whole life has changed. For the worse. And every time he falls asleep, he wakes up in a new nightmare The Blob That Ate Everyone. A famous horror writer. That's what Zackie Beauchamp wants to be.
He's writing a story about a giant blob monster. A pink slimy creature who eats up an entire town! Then Zackie finds the typewriter. In a burned down antique store. He takes it home and starts typing. But there's something really odd about that typewriter. Something really dangerous. Because now every scary word Zackie writes is starting to come true The Curse of Camp Cold Lake.
Camp is supposed to be fun, but Sarah hates Camp Cold Lake. The lake is gross and slimy. Not being the best player on the basketball team, friends who are too obsessed with you. Transformation body horror.
Their lips harden and swell to become beaks slowly over time. Best Curse Thought Up in the Moment: She could have cursed them any number of ways, but, hey, chickens. Why not?
Some sort of evil purple panda? With monsters. A flying boy leads a flock of murderous seagulls. Jack decides to show up Wilson by learning to fly using an old book he found while pouting after being embarrassed. Max and his brother nicknamed Lefty are playing with some friends in their attic when they discover an old mirror that turns whomever it is reflecting invisible whenever the light attached to the mirror is turned on.
When the light turns off, the kid becomes visible again. The children proceed to try and stay invisible longer and longer until they realize the drastic consequences. Being unnoticed, I guess? Or at least not being respected by your peers.