By Richard K. Noots
If your remember Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, you probably didn’t have any friends to share those scary stories with, because no one wants to hang out with someone that frightens them all the time. However, if you were brave enough to make it through this multiple-book series, the artwork probably stood at as the most … unique. For me, the pictures made these stories come alive. The wispy backdrops definitely make these pictures look otherworldly. Good luck!
Not a dinosaur.
He’s not getting away …
Scarecrow. Or Scarehuman. Depending.
This one was my favorite.
There he is!
Ten bucks says you won’t make one of these your screensaver for a month.