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Old 24-10-2011, 08:37   #1
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Chris Priestly it's M.R.James for kids

As Halloween is approaching I thought there may be parents wanting ghost stories for kids.
Having recently downloaded Teacher's Tales of Terror as it was only 49p and read it with my nephew (9) I can really recommend his style of writing and that the stories are scary, but not too horrifying (no nightmares apparently).
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