It Came from Beneath the Sink!

It Came from Beneath the Sink Kat and her brother have just moved to a great new house It would be perfect if only their dog Killer would cheer up and stop growling at something under the kitchen sink They soon discover that th

  • Title: It Came from Beneath the Sink!
  • Author: R.L. Stine
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 228
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  • Kat and her brother have just moved to a great new house It would be perfect, if only their dog, Killer, would cheer up and stop growling at something under the kitchen sink They soon discover that the dog has sniffed out something awful, something that could ruin their lives forever.

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    1. And it made me wish that I had never opened that cabinet, never reached under the sink, and never found the spongy thing.Because now it was too late.Too late for us all.This book is severely creepy. I was creeped out by it as a child and I still am upon this re-reading. Kat and her little brother Daniel move to a new house. There, they discover something under the kitchen sink. Something that looks like an old, dry brown sponge. But they soon notice that it is warm. And pulsing. And has beady li [...]

    2. Η ιστορία αυτή νομίζω πως περισσότερο από οποιονδήποτε άλλο, μπορεί να τρομάξει τις μαμάδες μας. Κάπου βαθιά μέσα τους, είμαι βέβαιη πως τις τρομοκρατεί η ιδέα του τι κρύβουν οι σωληνώσεις των σπιτιών μας. Πέραν της πλάκας, το βιβλίο αυτό ισορροπεί αρκετά καλά ανάμεσα στην κ [...]

    3. A evil sponge? Well this is what this story is about. It is about a sponge that is found in the sink of the house. What this sponge does is that it causes bad luck for anyone that has possession of it. The owner of the sponge cant throw it out or else she will die in a day. This sponge laughs as the owner gets all these curses and things coming their way.Eventually the sponge dies when you reverse the effect. If you can't kill it by hatred why not make the sponge not like you anymore. So Kat the [...]

    4. The evil version of Spongebob SquarePants! The cover is misleading, you think there's a real monster, but its actually just a sponge. When the sponge was first introduced into the book, I thought it was dumb.d I still do, but I enjoyed it, if that makes sense. RL does a great job in making the sponge entertaining. The book was told through female first person. As you know I love so I got through the book rather quickly. The "curse" was consistent. Everyone that touched the sponge got hurt in som [...]

    5. Absurd, hilarious and in the same time quite creepy! Another five star hit by R.L. Stine. Read the review in Bulgarian here:citadelata/%D0%BD%D0%B5-%D

    6. OMG it sent shivers up my spine! I wasn't able to hold sponges after a while and didn't trust spongebob for a while eitherLOL

    7. The strengths of this book come from introducing the antagonist pretty early on, so there's the entire book's length available to develop it, and the fact that it is not trying to harm the protagonists directly, but rather through means of bad luck.Unfortunately the book then falls on many other aspects: a lot of the events seem to be recycled from previous Goosebumps, so much that in the first chapter I was starting to wonder if I had picked up Welcome to Dead House by mistake. The adults ignor [...]

    8. Another book from my childhood. I was dusting up my book shelf and this book caught my attention, again! In the end, I stopped dusting and got distracted with this book for an hour (I always get distracted with books whenever dusting up my book shelf :D). Yes it took me an hour to finish reading this book. This is the 30th Goosebumps series by R. L. Stine (he was my only favourite author during my childhood). It's about an evil sponge (imagine the evil version of Spongebob Squarepants! :D) found [...]

    9. I recently read the book Goosebumps: It Came From Beneath the Sink by: R.L. Stine. I thought it was a very good book because it was suspenseful and it always kept me guessing. It was suspenseful because when they lost the grule (the thing that came from beneath the sink) the encyclopedia about it says that if the grule is given away or lost the owner of the grule will die within a day. It kept me guessing because before they knew what the thing that came from beneath the sink was they were tryin [...]

    10. When I was in third grade this was one of my FAVORITE Goosebumps, well I hadnt read it in a few years so I decided to read it, it is about a sponge that is in a house that Kat had JUST moved into. Well, the sponge caused bad luck, and they foung out it was really called a Grool. And whoever found it had to keep it or else they would die within one day, so they kept it, and they tried to kill it, but it would just form back into one piece. So finally they killed it by giving it love not hate, bec [...]

    11. This book was great. It is about a brother and sister who find what they think is a sponge but as you keep reading you find out that they have found more than just that.-adrinThis book is about a brother and a sister who move in to a 3 story house and they like it at first but then they realize that something in the sink is alive. What could it be i learned that this book has a mystery that you have to find out at the end. Theses types of books make you have the chills or make you want to keep o [...]

    12. Currently rereading my original Goosebumps collectionNot a bad book, but not one of my favourites. I wouldn't have expected a story about an evil sponge to be scary but there were some pretty creepy moments. The ending was fairly predictable though. Recommended for young readers or anyone who doesn't mind a light, easy readd a bit of nostalgic cheesiness!Read from October 5, 2013 - October 5, 2013

    13. It Came From Beneath the Sink isn’t one of R.L. Stines best books, but it was still a fun read. I couldn’t put it down. I wanted to know what kind of bad luck Kat would have next. I gave it three stars because I liked it, but it wasn’t as creepy as some of the other Goosebumps books I’ve read. As I’ve been re-reading them, I’ve noticed that even as an adult some of them are actually a little creepy. This wasn’t one of them, but I still really enjoyed it.

    14. Si gli do 4 stelline perché l'ho letto come se fossi una bambina. Un po' rimpiango di non aver letto queste storie quando ero piccola perché sono sicura che mi sarei innamorata della lettura e anche delle storie.Stine scrive bene e alla storia non manca niente anche se non è composta da centinai di pagine. Non ci sono momenti morti.È davvero carino

    15. This book is about a girl named Kat who's family moved to a new house.But there's a mysterious creature under their kitchen sink thats alive!!!!Kat picks the mysterious creature upBut that might have been the biggest mistake in her life

    16. Katty who is also known as Kat to family found something under the sink but it brings bad luck to its owner but can Kat figure out a way to get rid of the thing or will she be filled up with bad luck for the rest of her life. I like this book because it has a mythical creature and suspense.

    17. Kat and her bro, daniel, moved into a new house, they felt very luck. but that was about to run out. Because something evil is living in their new house. something that is moving, watching, and waiting.

    18. There were a few things the characters did that either didn't make sense to me, or felt like they were done only to move the plot in the direction the author wanted it to go in. But other than that, this was another great addition to the Goosebumbps series.

    19. this story made me like never want to move ever again. this one actually gave me the creeps. this is one of his best books to me at least. he shoul make more like this one. verry intertaining, and verry terrifieng

    20. Goosebumps. This is the series that kept me reading through my childhood. More than any other series, Goosebumps kept me interested in reading, and R.L. Stein is a wonderful children's writer. I applaud his efforts, and can't express enough my gratitude for the series.

    21. Most goosebumps are only scary in correlation to me being under the age of 10 when I read them. This book was genuinely scarym like I said, the details are fuzzy, but something about a potato making your life miserable, um, it was more convincing in the book.

    22. Very cute! My eldest son, Josh, recommended this book to me. It's a fun page turner that feels scary (to my 8-year-old) without being nightmarish-scary. What I loved about it: the surprise ending!! Love truly conquers all

    23. There's still a lot of love for this franchise and deservedly so. Yes it's silly, yes it's corny, yes it's kid's stuff. Still, I read the whole thing with a grin on my face. It's wonderful.

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