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  • Campfire Stories for Kids Part 3: A Scary Ghost, Witch, and Goblin Tales Collection to Tell in the Dark

  • 21 Scary and Funny Short Horror Stories for Children While Camping or for Sleepovers
  • By: Johnny Nelson
  • Narrated by: Tracy Collier
  • Length: 3 hrs and 35 mins
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Campfire Stories for Kids Part 3: A Scary Ghost, Witch, and Goblin Tales Collection to Tell in the Dark

By: Johnny Nelson
Narrated by: Tracy Collier
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Summary

Take your next weekend out with the kids to a whole new level - leaving them shocked, a bit terrified, and having way too much fun!

Are you looking for fun and effective ways to keep your kids (and their friends) engaged and active in the later hours of the evening? Maybe you have a family trip coming up and you want to play some fun and practical jokes on your young ones? Does the idea of sharing some creepy-crawly, haunting, and somewhat gruesome horror stories with your kids sound just for you? 

One of the best ways to turn an average camping trip or sleepover with friends into an all-out adventure is to spark your kid’s curiosity with a nail-biting and edge-of-your-seat tale of terror. Whatever the case may be, these captivating and mind-bending stories are sure to capture their attention and leave them begging for more. On top of that, all of the characters are easily relatable and will even empower your children toward a deeper understanding of some powerful moral life lessons. Help your kids expand their imagination into realms of creativity they might not otherwise encounter. Give your kid the excitement they are begging for and allow yourself to lean back and watch the fun unfold.

In Campfire Stories for Kids, Part 3: A Scary Ghost, Witch, and Goblin Tales Collection to Tell in the Dark, you’ll discover:

  • What happens when a bunch of pirates find themselves stuck on a deserted island - where the caves seem to have a mind of their own and like to play tricks on the greedy pirates
  • Why you should never disturb the dead and what happens to young children when they do
  • How one boy’s determination to prove he wasn’t hallucinating sparked a family reunion between both the alive and the dead
  • Why you should never mess with an Ogre, especially if they have only one eye
  • The terrifying truth of what happens when you go shopping without your parents - and why you shouldn’t always buy the “fun thing” at the secondhand store

And much more!

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  • April
  • 16-08-21

Sounds like stuff a high schooler would write

So, disclaimer, my young kids liked these stories and requested them in trips. However, they were painful to the adults listening. The writing sounded like stuff my high school students might write quickly. We heard strange phrases, repeated words in sentences, and details left out (pronouns without antecedents, sudden new characters with no explanations, lots of vague language). The plots were strange and meandering. The narrator has a lovely British accent, but when she was doing the voices of kids in the stories, she used a terrible, whiny tone that made me grind my teeth by the end. All in all, I would not recommend this to others.

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  • Giavanna
  • 03-08-21

I swear, It is a good book

I swear, the moment you start listening to these intricate and enchanting tales you won’t want to leave the world that Neil has so deliberately crafted to be relatable, visionary, and entertaining.

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  • Valery
  • 03-08-21

As he points out in the prologue

As he points out in the prologue, myths are an oral tradition and the best thing about them is how they change and evolve with each telling.

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  • Ingrid
  • 03-08-21

Fun Stories from a Master Storyteller

Norse Mythology. Neil Gagman. A project he’s been working on for 7 years, narrated by Gagman himself. This book made me weak in the knees.

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  • Azaria
  • 03-08-21

The Way the Sagas Should Be Experienced

Since a visit to Iceland years ago, I have had a fascination with Norse history. I've consumed histories, historical novels and of course the sagas. The sagas themselves are a bit hard to read given that they were never intended to be read in the first place

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  • Emmarie
  • 02-08-21

So fantastic!

Loved the stories, loved Gagman's narration, loved all of it. The flow and pacing were perfect and I was sad when it ended.

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  • Esperanza
  • 02-08-21

Interesting and well performed

To be honest I wasn't really sure what to expect, but i liked this book. I've heard some of these stories before, but the versions in this book are easier to remember because of the great voice performance.

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  • Aiyana
  • 02-08-21

A ton of fun from beginning to end

Had an absolute blast with this book. I honestly wished it were longer. The author is extremely passionate about the material

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  • Kailyn
  • 02-08-21

I really enjoyed listening

I loved it and it opened my grandmother up to tell me stories about her father when we would talk about it

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  • Carolina
  • 02-08-21

Surprisingly enjoyable!

I only listened to this because it has been a very long time since I looked at Norse mythology and thought I could use a refresher.