This second collection of spooky tales is as riveting as its predecessor, Scarry Stories to Tell in the Dark. Ghosts and ghouls and disembodied horrors haunt these bloodcurling stories, each told with chilling detail by Broadway actor George S. Irving. Pull up a chair, find a hand to hold, and prepare to be terrified!Creaks, thumps and moans turn into chilling shrieks and bloodcurdling laughs in these retellings of over two dozen tales ‘guaranteed to make teeth chatter. Not since Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark has there been a collection of horror stories as well suited for children." 'SLJ.
Children's Books of 1984 (Library of Congress)
1984 Children's Books (NY Public Library)
1989 Buckeye Children's Book Award (Ohio)