Bite-Sized Tales of Terror
Ever felt the hairs on your neck rise at something a toddler says?
Inspired by the creepy things kids say and do, this collection of horror stories features unexpected frights, nervous giggles and often poignant reflections on life, childhood, and the terrors of growing up - such as when your new house gets a taste for human flesh.
And remember, when you hear your child calling for you in the middle of the night – the things that go bump in the night aren’t always under the bed.
All proceeds from sales of this book donated to Duffy Books in Homes, to support their child literacy work.
Kids can say the creepiest things.
27 New Zealand and American authors delve into the strange, the unexpected, and the downright terrifying things that kids say in this collection of all new flash fiction. From the mouths of babes come 37 stories, from the haunting to the hilarious to the horrific.
Leave the lights on tonight. So you’ll see them coming.
Sir Julius Vogel Award for Best Collected Work and Nominee for Best Short Story for "Lockdown" and "Love Hurts" (2014), Australian Shadows Award for Edited Publication and Short Fiction for "Caterpillars" (2013)