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by David Sanders,William W. Forgey

Download Campfire Tales Ghoulies, Ghosties, and Long-Leggety Beasties ePub
  • ISBN 0934802505
  • ISBN13 978-0934802505
  • Language English
  • Author David Sanders,William W. Forgey
  • Publisher Ics Books; Large type / large print edition edition (July 1989)
  • Pages 163
  • Formats lrf docx azw txt
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1216 kb
  • Size Fb2 1993 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 426

Campfire Tales is filled with original and classic stories of adventure, ghosts, and other scary super-natural encounters. Chase ghoulies from a deep, dark grave; vindicate the misdeeds of a deranged mad man; look over your shoulder for mysterious movements in the dark; travel in time to an Asian jungle; and discover swamps with eerie creatures from the night. Campfire Tales is not just a collection of stories; it is a valuable resource for story telling. Dr. Forgey discusses how to find and select a suitable story for telling around the fireside. A large-print outline follows each story to assist in story telling.

Forgey, William . 1942-; Sanders, David, 1955- il.

Forgey, William . 1942-; Sanders, David, 1955- ill. Publication date.

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Inside Campfire Tales you'll find 17 original and classic tales bursting at the seams with ghosts, graveyards, and things that go bump in the night. A handy large-print outline after each story to assist in telling tales by firelight. 10 tips that can make anyone a great storyteller. William Forgey, MD, is the author of fourteen wilderness medicine and camping books, including Basic Essentials Wilderness First Aid (FalconGuides). He is a full-time family medicine practitioner and a former Boy Scout scoutmaster.

Former scout leader William Forgey compiled this collection of tales as a valuable resource for storytelling. With memorable plots and characters, each tale can be told around the campfire rather than read. Inside Campfire Tales you'll find 17 original and classic tales bursting at the seams with ghosts, graveyards, and things that go bump in the night.

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Former scout leader William Forgey compiled this collection of tales as a valuable resource for storytelling

Former scout leader William Forgey compiled this collection of tales as a valuable resource for storytelling. Campfire Tales includes seventeen original and classic tales bursting at the seams with ghosts, graveyards, and things that go bump in the night. A handy outline after each story assists in telling tales by firelight, and the book also includes ten tips that can make anyone a great storyteller.

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Talk about Campfire Tales Ghoulies, Ghosties, and Long-Leggety Beasties


Kazigrel
Have not used this yet. But the stories I've read are very good.
Fesho
Don't let the subtitle of this book, "Ghoulies, Ghosties, and Long-Leggety Beasties" mislead you. William Forgey's second collection of campfire stories is far better than such a nonsense phrase would suggest.

I liked "CAMPFIRE TALES..." even better than the first book, "CAMPFIRE STORIES..." which I rated 5 stars. This book doesn't have any of the cutesy joke stories in it.

My favorite from this volume is "Predator of Souls." Sounds a little Stephen King, doesn't it? Actually, it's a great Indian legend, and an easy-to-tell ghost story. Another highlight in this book is the author's version of Henry Kuttner's "The Graveyard Rats," which he titles "The Diamond Stickpin." Before you read "The Diamond Stickpin," Forgey presents the original "The Graveyard Rats." The purpose is to demonstrate how a storyteller may adapt a discovered horror tale for use in a campfire program.

Volume two retains the post-story plot outlines found in the first book, and expands on the storytelling advice previously shared. This book is a must-have companion to Forgey's earlier book, which together give you more than a year's worth of scary story material to give your youth group some campfires they'll remember. Just send the Cub Scouts to bed first!

-Byron C. Justice
author of Haunted Camps
and Violent Night
Ka
A few years ago I read the first book by Dr. Forgey entitled Campfire Tales and just recently I read the second book of tales. Frankly, I absolutely loved both and I promise that if you enjoy a little good clean fun as much as I do you will feel the same way about this book as I do.
There is something engaging, almost enchanting in a campfire that just naturally seems to make it the perfect setting for a scary story. The night air, sounds of animals, and aura of a good fire just invites one to reflect. Howver, I did have a problem in that as much as I love a good story I simply couldn't tell one to save my life, actually I still can't. Nonetheless, for those of you like myself this book is perfect! In the first part of this book one can find an EXCEEDINGLY helpful list of tips in giving a story that will be sure to entertain. One concern may be the inclusion of graphic violence found in some stories. First of all, I can assure you that these stories are quite tame compared to what is prevalent on television today and furthermore (and this should be emphasized) each story has an outline at the end providing the necessary details. In other words you can include or exclude material that you may view as offensive and thus give a great story while still being comfortable with the material.
In conclusion, if you enjoy the outdoors and the atmosphere of a great campsite or just enjoy a good story you will love this book. This book will provide you with stories but more importantly it will help you have fun, which is what a camping trip is all about in the first place.