Goosebumps books are packed full of creepy content that some people question. It seems ill-advised to give a child a book that contains ghosts, monsters, violence, danger, and other similar themes but truly it is not. Read that again if you need to. That’s correct, the scary elements of Goosebumps books are designed to scare children at an appropriate level.
Goosebumps books consist of violent actions, heightened danger and dangerous situations and fantastical villains that do not exist in real life. Children become invested in the content of the books and are able to safely experience the dangers along with the main characters.
Consider this excerpt from Stay out of the Basement, a Goosebumps book:
This excerpt shows the two main characters who are children along with a frightening scene where Margaret is questioning her and her brother’s actions. It seems as if everything in the book has come to a head at this point but it is still far from it. Even this small piece of the bigger story is intriguing and action-packed. Who is the real Dr. Brewer and what will Margaret and Casey ultimately do?
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