Even More Tales to Give You Goosebumps is the third book in the Tales to Give You Goosebumps series. It was first published in 1996. It originally came packaged with Goosebumps themed glow-in-the-dark boxers, featuring Curly the Skeleton.
Reader Beware-- You're In For Ten More Scares!
Can Jeff convince his parents there's a live mummy in the basement? Will Adam escape from a monstrous flying gargoyle? Is Brian's boarding school turning kids into robots? Find out in these ten creepy Goosebumps short stories guaranteed to make you shiver!
- "The Chalk Closet" - A boy attending summer school learns that his teacher has a special room called the Chalk Closet.
- "Home Sweet Home" - A girl breaks her neighbors China bowl, and the woman wants revenge.
- "Don't Wake Mummy" - A mummy is delivered to the house of a boy that has a fear of mummies with the mummy being held in the basement until it can be brought to the museum.
- "I'm Telling!" - A boy comes across a liquid coming out of a Gargoyle that turns anything it touches to stone which he uses to keep his little sister from tattling on him.
- "The Haunted House Game" - Two children and the children that they are babysitting play a strange board game.
- "Change for the Strange" - A girl and her friend visit a new and strange consignment shop.
- "The Perfect School" - A boy is sent to a special boarding school where the students are replaced by robots.
- "For the Birds" - A girl visits a massive bird sanctuary during her parents' anniversary, where the birds act strangely.
- "Aliens in the Garden" - A boy finds a small spaceship with tiny aliens inside it.
- "The Thumbprint of Doom" - A girl befriends a new neighbor who is superstitious of the Thumbprint of Doom.
Reprints and rereleases
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- This cover marks the debut of Drool the Bulldog.
References in other Goosebumps media
- "Don't Wake Mummy", "The Haunted House Game" and "The Perfect School" would all later be adapted into episodes of the Goosebumps TV series.
- Mrs. Forster from "Home Sweet Home" and the Gargoyle from "I'm Telling!" appear as enemies in Goosebumps: The Game.