How I Got My Shrunken Head

How I Got My Shrunken Head Two Heads Are Better Than One What has two eyes a mouth and wrinkly green skin Mark s shrunken head It s a present from his Aunt Benna A gift from the jungle island of Baladora Mark can t wait to sh

  • Title: How I Got My Shrunken Head
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: 9780590568760
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two Heads Are Better Than One What has two eyes, a mouth, and wrinkly green skin Mark s shrunken head It s a present from his Aunt Benna A gift from the jungle island of Baladora.Mark can t wait to show the kids at school his shrunken head It s so ugly So gross So awesome But late one night the head starts to glow Because it s no ordinary head It gives Mark a straTwo Heads Are Better Than One What has two eyes, a mouth, and wrinkly green skin Mark s shrunken head It s a present from his Aunt Benna A gift from the jungle island of Baladora.Mark can t wait to show the kids at school his shrunken head It s so ugly So gross So awesome But late one night the head starts to glow Because it s no ordinary head It gives Mark a strange power A magical power A dangerous power.

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    1. Ahhh, the Goosebump days. I would borrow so many of these from the library they seriously considered extending my limit of books checked out at one time. R.L. Stine you were a reprieve from a harsh and dreary childhood in which my mind wandered far away from the troubles of the day. I stole books into my bed and read far into the night by the faintest of lights. I might have better eyesight were it not for you; however, I regret not one page or line.

    2. قرأتها منذ 10 سنين وكانت تناسب سنى وقتهااعجبتنى لدرجة ان حفرت احدى احداثها فى عقلى صوت وصورة - كأنى عشتها - حتى الان وصدمت حين قرأتها ثانية لاجدانى رسمت احداثا اكثر لمعانا مما هو مكتوب , فى مخيلتىلاتاكد ان للقراءة فى الصغر متعه لن تجد لها مثيل فى الكبرورغم هذا مازلت اعشق صرخة ال [...]

    3. Μάλλον έχω μεγαλώσει αρκετά ή έχω παραξενέψει ένα από τα δύο συμβαίνει, γιατί όσο οι "Ανατριχίλες" προχωράνε, τόσο λιγότερο γοητευτικές φαντάζουν. Βέβαια, μπορεί να φταίει το γεγονός πως στερούμαι πια παιδικής αφέλειας, αλλά και πάλι νομίζω πως το πρόβλημα είναι κάποιος πιο [...]

    4. I don't think I could ever give any of these books a bad review just because I'm SO ATTACHED to them! It was so much fun reading this and while of course it's not the best writing, I mean it's goosebumpse on, it was still such a good time! Getting lost in this fun and lighthearted story was such a treat! I can't wait to re-read more of these!

    5. (WARNING, REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SOME SPOILERS-as if you f***ing care)Ok, so after seeing what an atrocity Attack of the Jack-O-Lanterns was, I decided to revisit a bunch of randomly selected Goosebumps book that are collecting dust on my shelf. Anyway, on to the review.I think a part of me died after reading this. This might just be the worst piece of trash book I’ve ever had the displeasure of reading. I know that puts it up against competition like Attack of the Jack-O-Lanterns and Leaving Fish [...]

    6. Wow, this book was so COOL!!!!I stared at a head.A human head, wrinkled and leathery. About the size of a tennis ball.The pale, dry lips were pulled back in a sneer. The neck was stitched closed with heavy black string. The eyes - solid black eyes - stared up at me.A shrunken head. A real shrunken head.Mark barely remembers his Aunt Benna. She has been working for the last 12 years on the jungle island of Baladora - he hasn't seen her since he was 4! But now a mysterious woman has come to the do [...]

    7. I didn't just read this because I suddenly wanted to but forSnark Squadand it was my first Goosebumps book. I was more of an Enid Blyton reader as a kid which dampened my experience with this book a bit since I was surprised by how simple it actually was.However, it was perfect for the purpose of blogging about it, so here's the link to the post: snarksquad/2016/07/goo

    8. This was a really fun book. In this book Mark who is a young boy gets a shrunken head from his Aunt Benna, it is delivered by a strange woman named Carolyn. At first he just thinks that it is a cool item but when he wakes up to see it glowing and floating towards him he starts to believe that maybe it is not just a cool gift. Carolyn convinces his mother that her sister, Benna has requested Marks company in the woods.Who the hell doesn't verify first??So Mark goes with Carolyn only to find out t [...]

    9. Goosebumps How I Got My Shrunken Head is a very interesting book about a boy named Mark that has gotten a visitor from th jungle of Baladora. Mark is told to go to the jungle with Carolyn. When he is there he is told he has jungle magic and that his shrunken head does it. One day he reads his lost Aunt's diary and finds out two people are going to kill her so he decides to go off into the jungle to find his ant Benna. I would countinue but no spoilers. This was an amazing and interesting book th [...]

    10. I like the fact that the Goosebumps books tend to try and do something slightly different most of the time, in this case we see more of a Jungle adventure type story.There's some magic involved this time, overall quite a fun addition to the series.

    11. Usually the endings of Goosebumps books are random, stupid, and, quite honestly, totally ruin the entire rest of the book. Usually. When I first started reading How I Got My Shrunken Head (or Como Consegui Mi Cabeza Humana Reducida, I was totally sure it was going to be one of the terrible Goosebumps books. It had all the traits; a cool backstory, lots of super nostalgic moments, and something for the main character to obsess over. (in this case, it was Mark's computer game) That's why I was sur [...]

    12. What kind of person would give a real shrunken head to a little boy? You might get arrested for that. And who in their right mind would let their child keep such an ugly little green thing? Anywho this is really hard to review without giving away spoilers, because the book starts off innocently enough with Mark being obsessed with a computer game. Then someone shows up at the door with a gift from his aunt. When you first look at the cover. You see the ugly green goop and read the title you thin [...]

    13. I never read the Goosebumps books as a kid and had to pick one for The BIG reads challenge and thought that this one sounded good.The chapters were only 3 to 5 pages long and the entire book was only 119 pages so it didn't take me very long to read as the text was quite large.The story is told through the point of view of a twelve year old boy who has a fascination with all things jungle. When someone comes to his house to take him to see his Aunt and gives him a shrunken head I did think "Reall [...]

    14. Source: I own this book. Cost: Unknown Title:How I Got My Shrunken Head Series:Goosebumps #39 Author:R.L. Stine Overall Rating:3.8 starsMark owns a shrunken head, cool right? He's also obsessed with a game called Jungle King which simulates living in the jungle but when he gets the opportunity to visit his aunt in a real life jungle, he's never been so excited. However, things aren't always as they seem and Mark suddenly finds himself in a world of magic and conspiracy. I actually loved this one [...]

    15. My main purpose for reading this book was for the Snakes and Ladders Challenge because it has a green cover. I liked this book because the chapters were really short (3-5 pages) and the length was short (119 pages) so it didn't take me long at all to read this book.I liked the main character, Mark, because he's described as chubby and short, when normally the main character's hot and tall.I thought it was stupid of Mark to trust (view spoiler)[Kareen (hide spoiler)] but if I was in his position [...]

    16. Currently rereading my original Goosebumps collectionThe idea of "Jungle Magic" was too farfetched for my liking. This book didn't really scare me and don't even get me started on the ending! Not one of the better books in the series.Read from October 18, 2013 - October 18, 2013

    17. One of the better goosebumps books in my humble opinion. Though I do very much lie the goosebumps series as a whole and would recommend them, I was surprised on how different they are. Variety in a book series is good! Especially in a 62 book long series. But I have been surprised by books about bees or the abominable snowman or a super competitive summer camp. Some of the ones that surprised me I enjoyed quite a bit. Others I was a little disappointed by the books not being about swamp monsters [...]

    18. I was NOT a fan of this one as a kid, and it was just as stupidly awful as I remembered! I just absolutely despised this back in the day, but I can tell you with 100% certainty that my childhood rage did not cloud my adult judgement. It just really is that bad!

    19. Deze vond ik echt heel erg eng vroeger. Volgens mij heb ik deze zelfs de eerste keer niet uitgelezen, maar pas een paar jaar later, hihi.

    20. Its not my kind of book and I've only read it because for a reading challenge I needed a book with an ugly cover = shrunken head.

    21. This is one of the most iconic covers in my mind, and fortunately it fits rather well with the book description. It doesn't very much fit with what an actual shrunken head looks like, but that's really a minor sort of gripe to have. It would be like complaining that Jungle Magic doesn't exist and is a really offensive thing to put in a book. But this was the 90s, and we were all about conservation then, if not so much about political correctness. And I guess in this book's world the indigenous j [...]

    22. A review on ‘How I Got My Shrunken Head’ by R.L Stine. I had always been a great fan of the Goosebumps series when I was at primary school; in fact they were the reason behind my transformation into quite an avid reader! R.L Stine has a great way of capturing the attention of the reader; I find that these books are a great read for children as they really let you enter into a world of imagination!In this book, Mark is described as twelve year old video game addict who is paid a visit by his [...]

    23. Of all the Goosebumps books, "How I Got My Shrunken Head" is probably the one I've read the most. I read it multiple times as a child and this was probably my third reading as an adult. And it really holds up well.I really enjoy Goosebumps books where the villains are humans. In "How I Got My Shrunken Head" a boy named Mark is brought to the island Baladora to visit his aunt. But it turns out, her evil colleagues tricked Mark to get him to the island. His aunt fled to the woods to keep them from [...]

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