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Hide and Shriek by R. L. Stine1
Who's Been Sleeping in my Grave? by R. L. Stine2
The Attack of the Aqua Apes by R. L. Stine3
Nightmare in 3-D by R. L. Stine4
Stay Away from the Tree House by R. L. Stine5
Eye of the Fortuneteller by R. L. Stine6
Fright Knight by R. L. Stine7
The Ooze by R. L. Stine8
Revenge of the Shadow People by R. L. Stine9
The Bugman Lives! by R. L. Stine10
The Boy Who Ate Fear Street by R. L. Stine11
Night of The Werecat by R. L. Stine12
How to Be a Vampire by R. L. Stine13
Body Switchers from Outer Space by R. L. Stine14
Body Switchers from Outer Space by Nina Kiriki Hoffman14
Fright Christmas by R. L. Stine15
Don't Ever Get Sick at Granny's by R. L. Stine16
House of a Thousand Screams by R. L. Stine17
Camp Fear Ghouls by R. L. Stine18
Three Evil Wishes by R. L. Stine19
Spell of the Screaming Jokers by R. L. Stine20
The Creature from Club Lagoona by R. L. Stine21
Field of Screams by R. L. Stine22
Why I'm Not Afraid of Ghosts by R. L. Stine23
Why I'm Not Afraid of Ghosts by Nina Kiriki Hoffman23
Monster Dog by R. L. Stine24
Halloween Bugs Me! by R. L. Stine25
Go to Your Tomb - Right Now! by R. L. Stine26
Parents from the 13th Dimension by R. L. Stine27
Hide and Shriek II by R. L. Stine28
The Tale of the Blue Monkey by R. L. Stine29
I Was a Sixth-Grade Zombie by Nina Kiriki Hoffman30
Escape of the He-Beast by R. L. Stine31
Caution: Aliens at Work by R. L. Stine32
Attack of the Vampire Worms by R. L. Stine33
Horror Hotel, Part 1: The Vampire Checks In by R. L. Stine34
Horror Hotel, Part II: Ghost in the Guestroom by R. L. Stine35
The Funhouse of Dr. Freek by R. L. Stine36
Happy Hauntings: Who's Been Sleeping in My Grave, Stay Away from My Tree House, Fright Night by R. L. StineCreepy Collection 1
Beastly Tales: The Attack of the Aqua Apes, Night of The Werecat, Monster Dog by R. L. StineCreepy Collection 2
The Scream Team: Hide and Shriek, Spell of the Screaming Jokers, Field of Screams by R. L. StineCreepy Collection 3
Big Bad Bugs: Nightmare in 3-D, The Bagman Lives, Halloween Bugs Me by R. L. StineCreepy Collection 4
Ghoul Friends: Eye of the Fortuneteller, How to be a Vampire, Camp Fear Ghouls by R. L. StineCreepy Collection 5
Weird Science: The Ooze, The Boy Who Ate Fear Street, Don't Get Sick at Granny's by R. L. StineCreepy Collection 6
Hide and Shriek and Who's Been Sleeping in My Grave?: Twice Terrifying Tales by R. L. StineOmnibus 1-2
The Attack of the Aqua Apes and Nightmare in 3-D: Twice Terrifying Tales by R. L. StineOmnibus 3-4
Stay Away from the Tree House and Eye of the Fortuneteller: Twice Terrifying Tales by R. L. StineOmnibus 5-6
Fright Knight and The Ooze: Twice Terrifying Tales by R. L. StineOmnibus 7-8
Revenge of the Shadow People and The Bugman Lives!: Twice Terrifying Tales by R. L. StineOmnibus 9-10

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