Published: Barcelona : Ediciones B, 2003 Edition: 1. ed Description: 204 p. : ill. ; 24 cm ISBN/ISSN: 8466612009 (pbk.), Language: Spanish
A selection of unsettling stories--one in graphic form along with two poems--by such authors as Ray Bradbury, William Sleator, Robert Service, Edward Gorey, Roald Dahl, Jane Yolen, and Mr. Stine himself
La Noria negra / El deseo concedido / Mi hermana es una licántropa / El invitado sorpresa / La casa del juez / La incineración de Sam McGee / El ascensor / brujas / Joe no es un monstruo / Tigre en la nieve / calcetín para Navidad terroríficas aventuras de Golem Día de examen / Harold / La niña que pisó una sepultura / grave malentendido / Mister Polo / Casa encantada / Historia espeluznante / Las Un (un macabro cuento de hadas extraído de The vault of horror [El panteón del horror], volumen 4, ilustraciones de Kack Kamen) -- Las (cuento tradicional judío) / Un Agradecimientos
Ray Bradbury -- Patricia McKissack -- Jack Prelutsky -- R.L. Stine -- Bram Stoker ; adaptación de R.L. Stine -- Robert W. Service -- William Sleator -- Roald Dahl -- R.L. Stine -- Daniel Wynn Barber -- adaptado por R.L. Stine -- Henry Slesar -- adaptado por Alvin Schwartz -- adaptado por Alvin Schwartz -- Leon Garfield -- Gahan Wilson -- Shel Silverstein -- Shel Silverstein --
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