A collections.....There is nothing under the bed...through the mirror...the boy who cried dragon...drawing the moon...the cat came back...the fat man...the hand....troll call...master of the hunt...give a puppet a hand....halloween party...the babysitter...deaths door...happy reading..
This book was delightful. Not as good as Bruce Coville's Book of Monsters, but quite a fun read. Most of the stories were general children's anthology fare, but I thought the most notable stories were:
The Cat Came Back by Lawrence Watt-Evans - I have trouble reading about hurt animals, which this one broadcasts with the title, but I felt that the ending softened the blow a bit. In all likelihood that is a somewhat singular opinion, but I suppose that depends on what your favorite animal is.
The Fat Man - by Joe R. Lansdale - You pretty much just have to read this one.
The Babysitter by Jane Yolen - My favorite by far. There were a couple of little details gave it a gruesome air that a very small change in wording would have eradicated.