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Take a little Horror home with you! Sam Waters desperately wants a pet. Too bad his parents don’t think he’s responsible enough and will barely let him keep the weird Insta-Gro animal from the HorrorLand gift shop. To prove he’s responsible, Sam takes an after-school job in a pet store that sells nothing but hamsters. To his horror, Sam soon finds that cute little hamsters Take a little Horror home with you! Sam Waters desperately wants a pet. Too bad his parents don’t think he’s responsible enough and will barely let him keep the weird Insta-Gro animal from the HorrorLand gift shop. To prove he’s responsible, Sam takes an after-school job in a pet store that sells nothing but hamsters. To his horror, Sam soon finds that cute little hamsters can become very UNCUTE monsters. Suddenly, Sam isn’t fighting for a pet—he’s fighting to survive! Could the HorrorLand souvenir have anything to do with this?


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Take a little Horror home with you! Sam Waters desperately wants a pet. Too bad his parents don’t think he’s responsible enough and will barely let him keep the weird Insta-Gro animal from the HorrorLand gift shop. To prove he’s responsible, Sam takes an after-school job in a pet store that sells nothing but hamsters. To his horror, Sam soon finds that cute little hamsters Take a little Horror home with you! Sam Waters desperately wants a pet. Too bad his parents don’t think he’s responsible enough and will barely let him keep the weird Insta-Gro animal from the HorrorLand gift shop. To prove he’s responsible, Sam takes an after-school job in a pet store that sells nothing but hamsters. To his horror, Sam soon finds that cute little hamsters can become very UNCUTE monsters. Suddenly, Sam isn’t fighting for a pet—he’s fighting to survive! Could the HorrorLand souvenir have anything to do with this?

30 review for Little Shop of Hamsters

  1. 5 out of 5

    Josiah

    In my view, this book has been the best so far among those of the second tier of the Horrorland series. The characters have a genuine feel about them and the action is unexpected, creating twists in the plot that really have the potential to surprise the reader. As Sam and his friend Lexi hit on the perfect way to convince Sam's parents that he is responsible enough to own a pet, the dark side of the souvenirs that the two friends bought at the Horrorland theme park begins to emerge. A blunder In my view, this book has been the best so far among those of the second tier of the Horrorland series. The characters have a genuine feel about them and the action is unexpected, creating twists in the plot that really have the potential to surprise the reader. As Sam and his friend Lexi hit on the perfect way to convince Sam's parents that he is responsible enough to own a pet, the dark side of the souvenirs that the two friends bought at the Horrorland theme park begins to emerge. A blunder on Sam's part opens the door to terrible consequences when the hamsters that he has been hired to take care of start to change, in ways that are not at all normal for hamsters. Now, Sam has to find a way to neutralize the effect of his mistake...before it costs him more than just the chance to own a pet. But is the real foe that Sam and Lexi face a human, animal or monster? Little Shop of Hamsters will keep readers guessing, not only until the end but beyond, into the next book. Given that all of the books in the series are linked it can be hard to judge them as totally separate, but this is a good story on its own, and R.L. Stine is a pretty good descriptive writer. One of his finest abilities as an author has always been the way that he so realistically describes action in such surreal stories, and he hasn't lost a bit of that skill. I might give this book the full two stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Opal

    This book is unfortunately mediocre at best. It rings real hard with familiar GB tropes, but you can tell R.L. Stine was having fun making the hamsters EVIL, because it's so ridiculous you can't help but smile when reading it. The ending is even crazier, and due to the epilogue, you actually get to see the AFTERMATH of a Goosebumps twist! ...it is rather anticlimactic, for all the enjoyment you may get from the sheer novelty of it. That said, it's…dumb. Painfully dumb. The book is enjoyable only This book is unfortunately mediocre at best. It rings real hard with familiar GB tropes, but you can tell R.L. Stine was having fun making the hamsters EVIL, because it's so ridiculous you can't help but smile when reading it. The ending is even crazier, and due to the epilogue, you actually get to see the AFTERMATH of a Goosebumps twist! ...it is rather anticlimactic, for all the enjoyment you may get from the sheer novelty of it. That said, it's…dumb. Painfully dumb. The book is enjoyable only for how crazy it is, not because it's good (as much as I hate to say that). Angry hamsters are silly and entertaining, but the reasoning behind their behavior/the circumstances behind it makes so little sense, that the sheer silliness of the "reveal" cannot hide how truly stupid it is. Not to mention, the climax is basically identical to the ending of Monster Blood II, so the unoriginality is really hammered home. Of course, it IS fun to read about someone being legitimately terrified for his life because of feral hamsters, but the ending just goes past the point of acceptable stupidity. I don't want to end on a bad note, so I'll mention other things I liked about the book. I genuinely loved the bits with his little brother. I thought the development of the brothers' relationship was cute. He goes from thinking his brother is annoying to actually liking him, and the book has several scenes with the main character babysitting his little brother that show the slow changes in his attitude. Also, there's a scene when the main character calls the candy company to tell them what he thinks is happening, and their conversation is hysterical. All in all, if you want to read the book based off of the title, like I did, know that you are getting exactly what you expect you're going to get.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new contender for the worst Goosebumps book of all time. Stories that focus on animals are always a hard sell for me. Animals simply aren't scary. Little Shop of Hamsters also reminds me of a poor man's Monster Blood. I've been clear that I don't really like Monster Blood, so to be a massively inferior version of something I already don't love is, shall we say, not ideal. We get Sam, who purchases a Phoney Phone, which is basically a candy dispenser, and Insta-Gro Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new contender for the worst Goosebumps book of all time. Stories that focus on animals are always a hard sell for me. Animals simply aren't scary. Little Shop of Hamsters also reminds me of a poor man's Monster Blood. I've been clear that I don't really like Monster Blood, so to be a massively inferior version of something I already don't love is, shall we say, not ideal. We get Sam, who purchases a Phoney Phone, which is basically a candy dispenser, and Insta-Gro Pet, which is a sponge version of Monster Blood, where you eat it and grow huge, at HorrorLand. Back home, Sam really wants a pet but his parents won't let him until he shows he is responsible. To prove to his parents, Sam gets an after school job at Mr. Fritz's Little Shop of Hamsters. This is where the "scares" begin. The hamsters get a hold of the candy from his Phoney Phone and they start getting very mean. Every time Sam enters the hamster cage to clean, feed, and water the hamsters, they attack him. Wow, so scary! Tiny little hamsters growling and scratching at him. That is the main issue here. Hamsters aren't scary at all. Even mean hamsters can't do anything. And this continues for about 100 pages over and over again. At the climax of the story, one of the hamsters eats the Insta-Gro Pet sponge and attacks Sam. This is a plot point stolen near identically from Monster Blood. What makes matters worse is how impotent the Insta-Gro Pet is. It only works for a few minutes. So we get a plodding story and the payoff ends up being an extremely temporary giant hamster. Just awful. The twist at the end is that it wasn't the Phoney Phone candies that made the hamsters angry. It was actually something called Vito-Vigour that Mr. Fritz was feeding the hamsters. His master plan was to develop an army of fierce hamsters that people could use as security or hamster fights or even for the military. He'd be rich! After seeing Sam make the hamster grow, Mr. Fritz wants in on that too. He tries to capture Sam but he gets away easily. Mr. Fritz may very well be the worst villain in Goosebumps history. He spends the entire book in the basement. Every once in a while he comes upstairs and does nothing. He finally does something and Sam gets away from him with no trouble whatsoever. Just completely pointless. So we have "monsters" who aren't scary, a villain who does nothing, and a payoff that takes a few minutes in Goosebumps time. There is nothing, absolutely nothing redeeming about this book. I really hated Welcome to Camp Slither, the previous worst HorrorLand book. But that book is a masterpiece compared to this. But is it the worst of all time? Yes, it is. How I learned to Fly previously held the crown. In that book, fame was the real "villain." A kid learns to fly, gets famous, and then gives it all away by pretending to lose the ability to fly. I hated that book because it is every kid's dream to be famous. An athlete, astronaut, princess, rock star, whatever. So fame being the villain really turned me off. But there were at least a few interesting parts. Little Shop of Hamsters had nothing enjoyable whatsoever. 1. Revenge of the Living Dummy 2. Escape from HorrorLand 3. Who’s Your Mummy 4. When the Ghost Dog Howls 5. Say Cheese and Die Screaming 6. Creep from the Deep 7. Dr. Maniac vs. Robby Schwartz 8. My Friends Call Me Monster 9. Help! We Have Strange Powers 10. The Streets of Panic Park 11. Monster Blood for Breakfast 12. The Scream of the Haunted Mask 13. Welcome to Camp Slither 14. Little Shop of Hamsters

  4. 4 out of 5

    Santiago Gutierrez

    The book “Goosebumps: Little Shop of Hamsters” by R.L. Stine, is about a boy named Sam and his friend Lexi. Sam is not allowed to have any pets until he proves he is responsible enough because of when he bought insta-grow pets and phone candy at horrorland. Witch even causes fierce and giant hamsters (yeah, not our everyday hamsters). This book is recommended from me to people who like animals and adventurous stories. This book might even make you terrified from hamsters.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Trajan

    I think it was good book it had some good parts and some eh parts I liked when the hamster and the boy had a fight it was cool.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mike Steele

    As one of the many kids who became readers because of Goosebumps, I periodically buy entries from new off-shoot series to both honor my loyalty to Stine himself (who always kindly responded to my many emails when I was a kid) and satisfy my curiosity about how they read to me as an adult. This entry comes from the new Horrorland series that offers a Marvel-esque cross thread between each book and the Horrorland amusement park. In this entry, though, the tie is minimal: Sam wants a pet but his sk As one of the many kids who became readers because of Goosebumps, I periodically buy entries from new off-shoot series to both honor my loyalty to Stine himself (who always kindly responded to my many emails when I was a kid) and satisfy my curiosity about how they read to me as an adult. This entry comes from the new Horrorland series that offers a Marvel-esque cross thread between each book and the Horrorland amusement park. In this entry, though, the tie is minimal: Sam wants a pet but his skeptical parents disagree. Two strange souvenirs from Horrorland combine with a new hamster-centric pet store in town to produce some uncomfortable situations for Sam, his best friend Lexi, and Sam’s family. I love hamsters and, in particular, Stine’s monster blood-hungry hamster, Cuddles, so this seemed like a good choice to explore. Interestingly enough, Little Shop of Hamsters had some interesting elements. I’m well-trained to sniff out twists and I definitely predicted some of the major ones, but the story effectively turned hamsters into a source of menace, capturing a feeling of being swarmed. Sam was fairly grating as a narrator, whiny and careless, and both he and Lexi made terrible choices throughout, but his confusion and frustration both came through. The flatness of the characters stood out to me the most, with principal figures like Lexi poorly developed and a convenient device to further the plot. I’d also criticize that the pet shop was very hard for me to render in my mind: the dimensions of both the store and the huge glass cage never settled into shape for me, making two pivotal scenes a major challenge to visualize. The extremely-simple language was not a shock, but the quick read and simplicity were strengths that let me digest it in two short sprints (and didn’t inhibit the descriptiveness of everything but the pet shop). For a children’s horror novel with murderous hamsters and mysterious relics, Little Shop of Hamsters isn’t peak Goosebumps but it was silly, enjoyable, and not without some quality descriptive writing. I’m definitely glad to see Stine’s work that really defined my childhood living on today.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Yolanda Sfetsos

    This really wasn't very good. Sam really wants a pet but his parents don't think he's responsible enough. So, he gets a job after school in a pet store called Little Shop of Hamsters... You know, Sam's parents were right. He really wasn't ready for a pet. Or a job, really. Yet, that isn't the worst thing about this book. Nope. It's totally silly, the characters are mostly super annoying (I'm talking to you best friend and little brother), and the hamster thing was just so... ridiculous. There's n This really wasn't very good. Sam really wants a pet but his parents don't think he's responsible enough. So, he gets a job after school in a pet store called Little Shop of Hamsters... You know, Sam's parents were right. He really wasn't ready for a pet. Or a job, really. Yet, that isn't the worst thing about this book. Nope. It's totally silly, the characters are mostly super annoying (I'm talking to you best friend and little brother), and the hamster thing was just so... ridiculous. There's nothing freaky or creepy about this story. It's not even interesting because I often found myself skimming forward and didn't miss a damn thing. 😒 Anyway.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Ibarra

    It was about when Sam Waters and Lexie Blake hit the store Sam is suffering from pet anxiety as in he doesn't have a pet and his mom and dad won't let him get one. So he buys an Instant grow animal from the Horror land shop and takes it home. His parents aren't too sure about this unusual purchase but to help them see him as responsible Sam takes a job in a hamster only pet store. These however are not your typical garden variety hamsters in reality they are very strange and unbecoming little MO It was about when Sam Waters and Lexie Blake hit the store Sam is suffering from pet anxiety as in he doesn't have a pet and his mom and dad won't let him get one. So he buys an Instant grow animal from the Horror land shop and takes it home. His parents aren't too sure about this unusual purchase but to help them see him as responsible Sam takes a job in a hamster only pet store. These however are not your typical garden variety hamsters in reality they are very strange and unbecoming little MONSTERS and now Sam is waging a personal war against the hamsters.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amairani

    Little shop of hamsters by R.L. Stine is a very good book. Sam Waters always wanted a pet but his parents never thought that he was responsible enough. He finally wants to prove his parents wrong but it results with an even bigger problem, which means they don't think that he is responsible the slightest bit. He tries working a at a hamster only shop to prove that he is responsible but accidentally messed that up too. Sam just can't seem to catch a break. This book was very good and I recommend Little shop of hamsters by R.L. Stine is a very good book. Sam Waters always wanted a pet but his parents never thought that he was responsible enough. He finally wants to prove his parents wrong but it results with an even bigger problem, which means they don't think that he is responsible the slightest bit. He tries working a at a hamster only shop to prove that he is responsible but accidentally messed that up too. Sam just can't seem to catch a break. This book was very good and I recommend it for mostly middle schoolers.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Leander

    My sister owns two lil guinea pigs, so you can bet I forwarded this book to her. ;D Insta Gro Pets, grow your own pet. Candy dispenser shaped like a phone. Having bought these two from the Chiller Store at HorrorLand, Sam is kind of happy. But little does he know his life is about to turn upside down. When he starts working in a pet hamster shop near his home, Sam becomes convinced the hamsters are evil. Is it the truth? Or is it just Sam's overactive imagination at work? My sister owns two lil guinea pigs, so you can bet I forwarded this book to her. ;D Insta Gro Pets, grow your own pet. Candy dispenser shaped like a phone. Having bought these two from the Chiller Store at HorrorLand, Sam is kind of happy. But little does he know his life is about to turn upside down. When he starts working in a pet hamster shop near his home, Sam becomes convinced the hamsters are evil. Is it the truth? Or is it just Sam's overactive imagination at work?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Thomas-James

    I fondly remember my high-school production of ‘Little Shop of Horrors’. The pit orchestra has its highlights, nobody can see you sweat, you can see the edge of the stage, and the music is right there with you. No music, no show IMO. I digress! This one wasn’t my favourite goosebumps story, and it did take a little while for the horror to set in, but I still loved it. Next time you head to your local pet store, be sure to check the hamsters!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    A.R. Zihan

    The books are getting boring now. Even a good writer can't sometimes hold a story for long! The stories are getting common now, nothing new. Getting something from horrorland, having some fights with the villains and nobody notices anything, then everything back to normal....but! But there is something coming out in the later books! Cool idea, yes. But it's getting boring and repititive. The books are getting boring now. Even a good writer can't sometimes hold a story for long! The stories are getting common now, nothing new. Getting something from horrorland, having some fights with the villains and nobody notices anything, then everything back to normal....but! But there is something coming out in the later books! Cool idea, yes. But it's getting boring and repititive.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tarissa

    Woo-hoo-hoo! If you don't like the idea of terrible, ferocious, man-biting hamsters... Then don't read this book. They make for positively horrible pets... Especially if they attack you by the hundreds! A chilling Goosebumps read. Enjoy. Woo-hoo-hoo! If you don't like the idea of terrible, ferocious, man-biting hamsters... Then don't read this book. They make for positively horrible pets... Especially if they attack you by the hundreds! A chilling Goosebumps read. Enjoy.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kara Rowley

    Cool and scary

  15. 4 out of 5

    Simran The Book Addict

    This and werewolf one were two of my first reads ever in childhood and these books were so terrifying and fun.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Anish Nair

    GREAT BOOK it is really AWESOME!!! THANK GOD I DON'T HAVE HAMSTERS!!! or I might be having nightmares!! GREAT BOOK it is really AWESOME!!! THANK GOD I DON'T HAVE HAMSTERS!!! or I might be having nightmares!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ozy Dinky

    Gave me the vibe of the old school goosebumps books, good story and keeps the reader engaged.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jenn Neely

    Nope, nope, nope. I only finished it because I was reading it to my son and he was intrigued.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    By far, BY FAR, the grossest of the Goosebumps books that I’ve read to my son. BY FAR!!!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nicolas Fitzgerald

    SUPER suspenseful! YOU must read this one, the ending was crazy! I can't spoil it, read it for your self. SUPER suspenseful! YOU must read this one, the ending was crazy! I can't spoil it, read it for your self.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Monika Kozlowski

    I love hamsters so I loved this book

  22. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Isepic

    What an odd little book 🤣

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nathan Johnstone

    Not bad.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    I know it might be silly to include Goosebumps in my challenge but it's been awhile since I've read them! It just hit me today that I should had added a Fear Street title too, oh well, there's always next year! Can I just say how crazy that cover looks? I have a confession, I'm a complete and total hamster lover. I've raised hamsters my whole life. And it was weird, as I was reading this book, I would often catch my hamster staring at me while I read (I read at night so he would be awake bathing I know it might be silly to include Goosebumps in my challenge but it's been awhile since I've read them! It just hit me today that I should had added a Fear Street title too, oh well, there's always next year! Can I just say how crazy that cover looks? I have a confession, I'm a complete and total hamster lover. I've raised hamsters my whole life. And it was weird, as I was reading this book, I would often catch my hamster staring at me while I read (I read at night so he would be awake bathing or eating) and I would ask him "you're not gonna go crazy on me like these guys, right?!" haha. I never understood why anyone in their right mind would visit a place called Horrorland. I have to say, the "shrimp" that burrowed into Sam's skin was gross! I would had left at that point! If you ask me, staying at that place and buying thing from there is just asking for trouble! Sam was a decent character, he was always put in really bad situations and I felt bad for him. His parents never believed him and blamed him for everything, even things that were clearly not his doing and his younger brother (who got away with everything) annoyed the crap out of me. His friend Lexi also annoyed the crap out of me. Every time she "helped" she just ended up making the situation a million times worse! And where does she keep coming from?! I mean, seriously! And like all Goosebump books (from what I remember) they had a weird twist in the end!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dharia Scarab

    My love of reading started when i was young, and it gives me immense pleasure to provide books to Spread the Word Nevada, an organization that passes them on to children in the community. They are a terrific organization supporting an important cause. If your local I encourage you to check them out. For those living further a field, look in your own community, their may already be a similar program in place. And if not, you can always help start one. http://spreadthewordnevada.org/ Myself, I go ou My love of reading started when i was young, and it gives me immense pleasure to provide books to Spread the Word Nevada, an organization that passes them on to children in the community. They are a terrific organization supporting an important cause. If your local I encourage you to check them out. For those living further a field, look in your own community, their may already be a similar program in place. And if not, you can always help start one. http://spreadthewordnevada.org/ Myself, I go out on the weekends and shop thrift store and bulk book lots to rescue books and donate them. Sometimes I'll find a book I remember reading when I was young and will read it again before passing it on. I don't rate these books using my normal scale, instead I give most of them three stars. This isn't a Criticism of the book, simply my way of rating them as good for children.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Anmol

    THIS IS AWESOME BECAUSE THIS IS A SIMPLE STORY IN WHICH NOTHING HAPPENS SO HORRORLY. IN THIS A KID, I DON'T REMEMBER HIS NAME WISHES TO KEEP A PET WHICH WAS ALWAYS IGNORED BY HIS PARENTS AND THEY ALWAYS TOLD THAT HE WAS IRRESPONSIBLE TO KEEP THEM. SO FOR HAVING A PET, HE HAS TO PROVE THAT HE WAS RESPONSIBLE AND HE TAKE A PART-TIME JOB IN A HAMSTERS' SHOP. SOON HE FINDS THAT THE OWNER WANTS THE HAMSTERS TO PLAY FOR A HAMSTER'S FIGHT AND HE GIVES HIM A WATER-LIKE SUBSTANCE WHICH MADE THEM GO CRAZY A THIS IS AWESOME BECAUSE THIS IS A SIMPLE STORY IN WHICH NOTHING HAPPENS SO HORRORLY. IN THIS A KID, I DON'T REMEMBER HIS NAME WISHES TO KEEP A PET WHICH WAS ALWAYS IGNORED BY HIS PARENTS AND THEY ALWAYS TOLD THAT HE WAS IRRESPONSIBLE TO KEEP THEM. SO FOR HAVING A PET, HE HAS TO PROVE THAT HE WAS RESPONSIBLE AND HE TAKE A PART-TIME JOB IN A HAMSTERS' SHOP. SOON HE FINDS THAT THE OWNER WANTS THE HAMSTERS TO PLAY FOR A HAMSTER'S FIGHT AND HE GIVES HIM A WATER-LIKE SUBSTANCE WHICH MADE THEM GO CRAZY AND THE BOY THINKS HE HAD DONE IT BY GIVING THE MENTS WHICH HE BOUGHT FROM THE HORRORLAND. AT THE END, HE REACHES BACK TO THE SHOP FROM WHERE HE HAS BOUGHT THE MENTS AND THE SHOPKEEPER SAID THAT IT WAS NOW TO GIVE THE MONEY WHICH WAS IGNORED BEFORE HE BOUGHT ALL THE ITEMS FROM THE SHOP!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rigoberto

    I give this book 4 stares there this boy name SAM, this book is about a boy that want A pet boy he mom and said no to he.so he goes work in a shop in horror land. SAM loves animals so he gat a job of in a pet shop.he has being working there for some day then he gave the hamsters candy they trend evil and Sam gat scared they boss of the pet shop was evil so he trend them evil .then SAM solve the p-problem and he went home

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chase Furtado

    Sam desperately wants a pet. Too bad his parents don't think he's responsible enough and will barely let him keep the weird Insta-Gro animal from the Horrorland gift shop. To prove he's responsible , sam takes an after school job in a pet store that sells nothing but hamsters. To his horror, Sam soon finds that cute little hamsters can become very uncute monsters. Suddenly, Sam isn't fighting for a pet, she is fighting the pet that she wanted. Sam desperately wants a pet. Too bad his parents don't think he's responsible enough and will barely let him keep the weird Insta-Gro animal from the Horrorland gift shop. To prove he's responsible , sam takes an after school job in a pet store that sells nothing but hamsters. To his horror, Sam soon finds that cute little hamsters can become very uncute monsters. Suddenly, Sam isn't fighting for a pet, she is fighting the pet that she wanted.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Christine Rains

    All Sam Waters wants is a pet. To prove he's responsible enough, he takes an after-school job at a pet store filled with hamsters. After dropping some of his candy in the cage, the cute critters start to become rabid monsters. Will he survive to find out how to stop them? I read this with my six-year-old son. Not our favorite of the Goosebumps books, and the twist came out of nowhere, but it was amusing. I will never look at a hamster the same way again. All Sam Waters wants is a pet. To prove he's responsible enough, he takes an after-school job at a pet store filled with hamsters. After dropping some of his candy in the cage, the cute critters start to become rabid monsters. Will he survive to find out how to stop them? I read this with my six-year-old son. Not our favorite of the Goosebumps books, and the twist came out of nowhere, but it was amusing. I will never look at a hamster the same way again.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Melody

    This is the first R.L. Stine book I've read, and my only real aim was to pre-read it for my daughter. It was a little hard to imagine how a book with the theme of "HorrorLand" could be any sort of appropriate reading for a kiddo, but I have to say that I'm impressed. Yes, it was full of gross and freaky things, but it was mostly just funny. It was action packed and not actually terrifying. This is the first R.L. Stine book I've read, and my only real aim was to pre-read it for my daughter. It was a little hard to imagine how a book with the theme of "HorrorLand" could be any sort of appropriate reading for a kiddo, but I have to say that I'm impressed. Yes, it was full of gross and freaky things, but it was mostly just funny. It was action packed and not actually terrifying.

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