Scary stories help children face fear and master it, by portraying the elements of conflict in clear, good-versus-evil terms with good triumphant in the end. This appeals to the strong moral sense of children.
Parents are sometimes concerned that violence or gore in scary stories will be bad for children. This is not so; they provide hope through happy endings, and offer the child both positive and negative examples of behavior. With their imaginary violence, scary stories teach moral principles, good social behavior, courage, heroism, and hope.
The stories is in this collection include: Old Raw Head, Frozen Charlotte, Mary Calhoun, Blood in the Root Cellar, Old Walleyes, Pennywinkle!, and Vanishing Rider.
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