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Author: Tony Johnston
ISBN: 0399207279
Publisher Putnam Juvenile (April 3, 1980)
Language English
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by Tony Johnston

Four Scary Stories book. Tony Johnston has written many acclaimed books for young people. She and her husband lived in Mexico for fifteen years, where they raised their children. She now lives in San Marino, California.

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Tony Johnston was born January 30, 1942, in Los Angeles, C. Her works have earned her several awards including a Children's Choice Award for Four Scary Stories and the Beatty Award in 2002 for Any Small Goodness.

Tony Johnston was born January 30, 1942, in Los Angeles, CA. After attending Stanford University where she earned a . in History and an . in Education, she became a fourth-grade teacher. She has written over seventy books for children. Tomie dePaola is an artist, designer, educator, painter, muralist, author, and illustrator. He was born in Meriden, Connecticut on September 15, 1934.

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An imp, a goblin, a scalawag, and a boy tell each other scary stories. An "American Bookseller" Pick of the Lists and IRA-CBC Children's Choice Book. ISBN13:9780399207273. Release Date:April 1980.

Four Scary Stories is a children's book written by Tony Johnston and illustrated by Tomie dePaola. It was first published in 1978. When imps and goblins and scalawags get together in a dark place, they like to tell the scariest kind of stories they can think of: Boy stories! But who's that sneaking around to listen to them spin their spooky yarns? Can it be the scariest thing of all?

Published by Puffin, 1997. Bibliographic Details. Title: Four Scary Stories Publisher: Puffin Publication Date: 1997 Binding: Paperback Illustrator: Tomie de Paola Book Condition: Good.

Published by Puffin, 1997. ISBN 10: 0698115791, ISBN 13: 9780698115798. View all copies of this book. 1. Four Scary Stories. ISBN 10: 0698115791 ISBN 13: 9780698115798.

Published 1978 by Putnam in New York An imp, a goblin, a scalawag, and a boy tell each other scary stories.

Published 1978 by Putnam in New York. Fairies, Fiction, Juvenile fiction, Storytelling. An imp, a goblin, a scalawag, and a boy tell each other scary stories. PZ. 6478 Fo. The Physical Object. Created April 1, 2008.

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An imp, a goblin, a scalawag, and a boy tell each other scary stories.
Throughout thirty four years of teaching primary age children this book is one of my and the children's all time favourite literature selections. Its very format - four amusing stories within a larger story - is an interesting departure from the usual, introducing young readers to an effective technique for building a longer, more complex story. Tony Johnston's language is rich, in places almost poetic, and most certainly filled with colourful words such as 'smithereens' and 'dither'. As a teaching tool it is a treasure trove for punctuating the delightfully argumentative dialogue of the transitional episodes, as well as finding synonyms for that much overused word 'said'. The cartoon-like drawings of Tomie de Paola are fun to recreate and use as a starting point for creating our own drawings of 'things', though pretzel monsters are a great art project too. Best of all, the notion of three little monsters telling BOY stories to frighten each other is a captivating and motivating slant for the male children in my class. That's not to say there is any lack of interest for 'Four Scary Stories' amongst the girls, who love it too. This story occupies a beloved place in our own family lore as my grown daughter reads it aloud to her child, delighting in quoting the scalawag's famous giggle, "I've never had a bath, and I never will!" at bath time. So glad to have found copies of this 'out of print' book available - though I imagine there is now another generation of children who would delight in a reprint - and teachers who would enjoy using it as a vehicle for practicing that tricky and complex skill - punctuating for quotation marks.
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There are few books that my kids remember as fondly as "Four Scary Stories", but it is a keeper that everyone loves ~ a pleasure for adults to read and fun for kids to listen to....
Can I get another one.
I have three young boys and they always fine this story fun to read or have read to them. They like to see the tables turned and the BOY giving the goblin, imp and scalawag their owen medicine. Good for Halloween or anytime of year. If you like this you might also try the "Vanishing Pumpkin" from the duo of Tony Johnson and Tomie Depaola.