Point of View: R.L. Stine, Author, Goosebumps
OverDrive’s Steve Potash speaks with R.L. Stine, the author of hundreds of children’s horror fiction novels, including the Goosebumps series. Stine discusses growing up as a “weird kid,” the joys of writing for a young audience, how a librarian changed his life, new projects and much more.
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Years ago, when I was director of the local library, I had a mother tell me she didn’t want her kids reading the Goosebumps books. I asked if she had read one. She said no, but judging from the cover it wasn’t something she wanted her kids reading. I suggested to her that the covers were one thing, the stories were another, and she should read one before deciding. Once she did she came back with a sheepish grin on her face and said she saw what I meant and it was fine for here kids to read them. That series and the Fear St. books always flew off the shelves.