Calling All Creeps!

Calling All Creeps They re baa ack Make way for the bestselling children s series of all time With a fresh new look GOOSEBUMPS is set to scare a whole new generation of kids So reader beware you re in for a scare Ricky

  • Title: Calling All Creeps!
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780439922210
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • They re baa ack Make way for the bestselling children s series of all time With a fresh new look, GOOSEBUMPS is set to scare a whole new generation of kids So reader beware you re in for a scare Ricky Beamer is furious when he gets kicked off the school paper So he decides to play a joke on Tasha, the bossy editor in chief Just a little joke Harmless, really.After sThey re baa ack Make way for the bestselling children s series of all time With a fresh new look, GOOSEBUMPS is set to scare a whole new generation of kids So reader beware you re in for a scare Ricky Beamer is furious when he gets kicked off the school paper So he decides to play a joke on Tasha, the bossy editor in chief Just a little joke Harmless, really.After school one day he sticks a message in the paper If you re a creep, call Tasha after midnight, it reads.But somehow Ricky s message gets messed up And now he s getting calls Strange calls from kids who say they are creeps Creeps with scaly purple skin And long sharp fangs

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    1. I think this is the most disturbing Goosebumps book I've ever read. Ricky is really bullied in school. People call him "Sicky Ricky" and "Ricky Rodent" and they regularly beat him up, taunt him, get him in trouble, etc. He has no friends, he has no allies. His life is hell. That all changes on the night he decides to take revengeSee? This is already sounding creepy, isn't it? So. Ricky sneaks into the school after hours and posts an ad in the school paper saying Calling All Creeps. Calling All C [...]

    2. "One night and one more time,Thanks for the memories, thanks for the memories,Even though they weren't so great*"-Fall Out Boy, Thnks fr th Mmrs* this one was one of Stine's greatest though, awesome twist at the end and pretty original too - considering that the twisted ending was pretty much the most predictable feature of all Goosebumps.Halloween is coming, so check out my Top 10 Goosebumps Books! (Once Halloween passes, do it out of nostalgia! I know you loved these little green marvels too!) [...]

    3. This is actually the first time I've read this and it was ok. Again, putting aside the fact that this book was 116 pages and it's meant for kids, it wasn't a bad read. Just very slow in the beginning. I did enjoy the fact that I did not see the end coming! I thought I had the outcome figured out but it was a pleasant twist! Overall not a bad read!

    4. Υπό άλλες συνθήκες μάλλον θα έβαζα 4 αστεράκια στο βιβλίο αυτό, αλλά μιας και ο σχολικός εκφοβισμός αποτελεί ένα από τα μεγαλύτερα προβλήματα των καιρών μας, και αποτελεί τον κεντρικό άξονα γύρω από τον οποίο περιστρέφεται η πλοκή μας, θεωρώ υποχρέωσή μου να του δώσω ένα ακό [...]

    5. 4.5 starsFinally a Goosebumps book about a nerd kid. The title is not interesting whatsoever to me, and just by reading the title, I didn't expect anything new from this book besides cliché ghosty stuff, but wow. The plots are quite strange to me, but satisfying. And the twist, I didn't see it coming.

    6. lololol That ending was horrible for all those bullies and mean spirited kids. Obviously Ricky comes out on top in that scenario. This is why you don't treat people like crap, you never know when the tables will turn.

    7. Me ha hecho gracia. Las historias tipo La invasión de los ultracuerpos suelen recordarme mis sentimientos en días de jornada electoral

    8. Source: I own this book. Cost: Unknown Title:Calling All Creeps! Series:Goosebumps #50 Author:RL Stine Overall Rating:3 starsWhen Tasha kicks Ricky off the school paper, he wants revenge. Not just because he'll have to go to summer school now to get activity points, but because of her horrible behaviour towards him. Putting her number and a messageCalling All Creepsinto the end of an article, he's surprised when his phone starts ringing with people claiming to be creeps on the other end. He ends [...]

    9. Currently rereading my original Goosebumps collectionAnother strange entry in the series, Calling All Creeps! tells the story of Ricky who decides to get revenge on a girl from school by writing a prank article in the school newspaper. But, of course, it backfires and he finds himself in the midst of purple, lizard monsters. This one is funny at times and it follows the same basic structure as the rest of the series. Strongly disliked the ending. Could've been much more.Read from December 27, 20 [...]

    10. This one turned out to be a new fave in the Goosebumps series for me.The main character, Ricky, decides to put a joke into the school newspaper. The joke is against Tasha; a girl in school that helps run the paper alongside a teacher. The joke? He sneaks into the school while the teacher and Tasha are out of the room, and edits a part of the front page. Basically if you're a creep, call Tasha. Unfortunately, her number gets switched with his, and instead of her getting calls, he gets calls.I tho [...]

    11. There are four creeps disguised as kids and they think the main character is their commander, though he isn't. They try to think of a way to make people eat identity seeds, which is how people become creeps.

    12. Buku yang masih melekat dalam ingatan saya. Yang berkali2 saya ceritakan ke teman kelas 2-3 MIN dulu. Awas, jangan hubungi 555-KADAL.

    13. Tbh I wanted to read this book simply because I saw an old review on it on a website called bogleech, and thought the premise was so outrageous/hilarious I just had to read it.And I wasn't disappointed as this book was hilarious, and that ending? Holy crap did that work out a big chuckle out of me. I would say more, but I can't think of anything; so this review is short.

    14. "Calling All Creeps" is another of the later Goosebumps books I did not read. I've read a few other lists and most of them rank this book among the worst, if not the worst, book in the series. Needless to say, I wasn't exactly thrilled to be reading about the Creeps. But is it the worst?Short answer, not quite. Ricky gets picked on by all of the kids in school. The final straw is when one of their pranks gets him kicked off of the school newspaper. For revenge, he edits the paper to tell all the [...]

    15. This is one of the Goosebumps that I actually remembered reading as a child. The cover was fun - it had dinosaurs on it - and I recalled the contents as being rather amusing. What I didn't recall, or perhaps even realize as a kid, was just how disturbing the book actually was. Likely without realizing it,R.L. Stine wrote a rather good book detailing just how devastating the effects of bullying can be. In a post Columbine culture, with school shootings widely reported on, this book can raise more [...]

    16. R.L. Stine's Calling All Creeps! is a good Goosebumps book but awfully disturbing--so disturbing, in fact, I feel a little uncomfortable giving it five stars. The protagonist of the book is named Ricky, and he is constantly picked on by the other kids at school. There is one group especially that teases him, and one young girl who has tried to make his life a living heck.Ricky decides to get back at the girl in his school by giving out her number in the school newspaper, telling everyone to call [...]

    17. In the 116 page book Calling All Creeps by R.L. Stine the main character is Ricky Beamer. He is the stereotypical nerd he was teased by most people in his school. During the night he sneaks out of the house to secretly put a message in the newspaper. He wrote “Calling all creeps, calling all creeps call if you’re a real creep call Tasha McClain. He sees the newspaper and Tasha mixed the message up she wrote Ricky’s number. He gets calls from creatures who call themselves creeps they think [...]

    18. I read every book I buy, okay? And I'm buying the Goosebumps books in their original covers whenever I spot them at, like, thrift stores and stuff, and so I'm reading this. It's tough getting back into a thousand-pager Sanderson after a read-a-thon.Also, Goosebumps.I'm pretty sure I read this one when I was a kid, but I didn't really remember it all that well. Mostly I remember the cover, I think - but re-reading it was so much fun. Goosebumps books just make me feel really great inside. I mean, [...]

    19. To be honest, I did not find this book that interesting. But, I cannot say that it was a bad book. I found that it had a lot of mischief in it. Such as when the main character sneaked out of his house one night. The writing was not that powerful. It was mostly strong when people got angry at each other. It made me almost feel for the character. But, none of the words were confusing. The strengths would have to be the random mysterious calls that are present in the book. It really sets the mood f [...]

    20. This is a pretty good book. Ricky is always getting teased by everyone in his school. One day a new girl named Iris came to the school and it was her first day, so Ricky's teacher asked Ricky to show the girl around. He showed her around the school and as usual the kids picked on Ricky. Then Ricky was trying to get revenge on a girl named Tasha. Tasha was mean to Ricky too. Well the letter said Calling All Creeps. and it said contact Tasha. But when Tasha saw it on the bottom of the screen she c [...]

    21. Well, it's a book alright. Compared to he last book i read this was a riotfest. The story itself seems kinda dumb honestly, but it was well written. No scary, kind of suspensful. Told in male first person. i think I found a spelling mistake. Do you know the short word for "microphone"? Anywho, we have Ricky who's tired of being bullied and it out to get revenge on everyone in the school, but when a plan of his backfires, he must save the very same students he was trying to get revenge on << [...]

    22. Calling All Creeps by R.L. Stine is the 50th book in the series and the last one I'll read because I've read all of them, and this one was one of his good ones.This book is about a 6th grader named Ricky who works at the school newspaper controlled by Tasha, an 8th grader. Tasha treats 6th graders like trash, and Ricky also has to deal with four 7th grade bullies. When Tasha steps away from editing the newspaper, Ricky types a prank at the bottom but the next day it backfires on him. He finds ou [...]

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