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|Material Type:||Elementary and junior high school|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arielle North Olson; Howard Schwartz; E M Gist
|Notes:||Sequel to: Ask the bones.|
|Awards:||A Junior Library Guild selection|
|Target Audience:||Ages 8 up.|
|Description:||162 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||A story to tell (Ireland) --
Courting Astriah (Germany) --
The shaggy gray arm (Iceland) --
The prince's fate (Egypt) --
The headless horseman (Ireland) --
The knife (Germany) --
The werewolf in the forest (Eastern Europe) --
The secret (Italy) --
The severed head (Persia) --
The dangerous dead (China) --
The haunted bell (Spain) --
The gruesome test (Japan) --
The enchanted cave (Spain) --
The witch of the woods (Eastern Europe) --
Wishes gone awry (Scotland) --
The ghost of the rainbow maiden (Hawaii) --
The wife's tale (China) --
Youth without age (Turkey) --
The haunted violin (Germany) --
The evil sea ghost (Norway) --
The peasants' revenge (Germany) --
The wizard's apprentice (Eastern Europe).
|Responsibility:||selected and retold by Arielle North Olson and Howard Schwartz ; illustrated by E.M. Gist.|
WorldCat User Reviews (1)
A nice addition to any library.
More Bones is here just in time for Halloween! Children love scary stories and this one has some good ones. I was disappointed in some of the tales though. They were too short and not developed enough. I would just start to get into the story and then...
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