|Title:||Southern Fried Rat|
|Format:||azw lit lrf mobi|
|ePUB size:||1782 kb|
|FB2 size:||1177 kb|
|DJVU size:||1952 kb|
|Category:||Fairy Tales Folk Tales and Myths|
|Publisher:||M. Evans & Company (March 15, 1983)|
Start by marking Southern Fried Rat and Other Gruesome Tales as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Daniel Edward Cohen was born on March 12, 1936, in Chicago, Illinois. His parents divorced when he was very young and his mother, Sue Greenberg, married Milton Cohen, a veteran of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. Daniel Cohen attended Chicago public schools and was a "hanger-on" in the bohemian community around the Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Encouraged by praise of his articles on paranormal subjects, Cohen published his first book, Myths of the Space Age, a collection of skeptical essays on paranormal creatures and phenomena, in 1967. The Cohens moved to a farmhouse in Forestburgh, New York, in 1969 so Daniel could write full time.
Southern Fried Rat And Other Gruesome Tales (1989). About book: Relates twenty-one gruesome and disgusting tales drawn from folklore, most of them from urban legends.
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Southern Fried Rat and Other Gruesome Tales (1983) is but one of many awesome books by juvenile and young adult author Daniel Cohen. I’ve been a fan of Daniel Cohen’s work for some time. Now, about the illustrations in this book (not including the cover), the ones I promised I’d return t. f there’s one bad thing that can be said about this collection of urban legends by Daniel Cohen it’s that the illustrations suck.
A inspiration I don’t mention enough: book Southern Fried Rat and Other Gruesome Tales by Daniel Cohen. Its why I love urban legends. The book that REALLY inspired .Fave book as a kid. And now I’m writing the film! from the archives pr is not showrunning eric kripke urban legends southern fried rat and other gruesome tales gothic horror the house with a clock in its walls.
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Cohen has several books aimed at several age groups and this a fun look at uban legends without too much analysis. This book was awesome! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. I loved this book. Me and my friends loved reading all of the scary and funny storys. I wish I could have a copy to read around the campfire!
Southern Fried Rat and Other Gruesome Tales. New York: M. Evans & C. 1983. ISBN 0-87131-400-2 (pp. 9-12). Fiery, Ann. The Complete and Totally True Book of Urban Legends. Philadelphia: Running Press Books, 2001. ISBN 0-7624-107404 (p. 43). Healey, Phil and Rick Glanvill. Now! That’s What I Call Urban Myths. London: Virgin Books, 1996. ISBN 0-86369-969-3 (p. 83).
Southern Fried Rat and Other Gruesome Tales is a collection of well-known scary urban legends by Daniel Cohen. 1. Southern Fried Rat (Urban legends about fast food: Rat in the Fried Chicken, Rat in the Coke Bottle, Worms in the Hamburger, Finger in the Hamburger, Fizzy Candy). 2. I Wanna Hold Your Hand (A boy and girl spend the night in a haunted house while a maniac is on the loose). 3. Secondhand Evening Gown (A poisoned dress). 14. Out of the Grave. 15. Second Blue Book. 16. Hand of Charity Hawthorne (A variation of The Dare). 17. Dinosaur in the Swamp.