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Take a little Horror home with you! Ray Gordon is a brave kid. He wants to try out all of the scariest rides at HorrorLand. Unfortunately, his brother, Brandon, is scared of everything--loud noises, roller coasters, and even the wooden dummy named Slappy that Ray gets from Jonathan Chiller's gift shop. There's something not quite right about the evil look on the puppet's fa Take a little Horror home with you! Ray Gordon is a brave kid. He wants to try out all of the scariest rides at HorrorLand. Unfortunately, his brother, Brandon, is scared of everything--loud noises, roller coasters, and even the wooden dummy named Slappy that Ray gets from Jonathan Chiller's gift shop. There's something not quite right about the evil look on the puppet's face. Ray usually enjoys scaring Brandon but his parents made him promise to stop it, if he wants to have his huge New Year's Eve party. Which is why it is so strange that things keep happening to his younger brother.


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Take a little Horror home with you! Ray Gordon is a brave kid. He wants to try out all of the scariest rides at HorrorLand. Unfortunately, his brother, Brandon, is scared of everything--loud noises, roller coasters, and even the wooden dummy named Slappy that Ray gets from Jonathan Chiller's gift shop. There's something not quite right about the evil look on the puppet's fa Take a little Horror home with you! Ray Gordon is a brave kid. He wants to try out all of the scariest rides at HorrorLand. Unfortunately, his brother, Brandon, is scared of everything--loud noises, roller coasters, and even the wooden dummy named Slappy that Ray gets from Jonathan Chiller's gift shop. There's something not quite right about the evil look on the puppet's face. Ray usually enjoys scaring Brandon but his parents made him promise to stop it, if he wants to have his huge New Year's Eve party. Which is why it is so strange that things keep happening to his younger brother.

30 review for Slappy New Year!

  1. 4 out of 5

    Noah

    This the 18th book of the fenominal R.L Stine's Horrorland series. I've been a collector and lover of any R.L Stine book but don't read them as much as I'd think a Goosebumps Lover would. I honestly don't read them for age and lack of horror. But I still love the books and hold them close to my heart and think that I will be trying some more of them out. This is about A boy and brother named Ray Gordon and Brandon Gordon. Ray is scrawny but a tough guy inside and Brandon is tough on the outside b This the 18th book of the fenominal R.L Stine's Horrorland series. I've been a collector and lover of any R.L Stine book but don't read them as much as I'd think a Goosebumps Lover would. I honestly don't read them for age and lack of horror. But I still love the books and hold them close to my heart and think that I will be trying some more of them out. This is about A boy and brother named Ray Gordon and Brandon Gordon. Ray is scrawny but a tough guy inside and Brandon is tough on the outside but a wimp in the inside. Ray decides to spend they're vacation (Not explained) at Horrorland. Brandon of course absolutely DOESN'T want to go on any rides but does later on. Ray asks a Horror (Worker at Horrorland) what the scariest attraction is and the Horror takes him to a Workers Only door and takes them to a ride unknown to the park. They go on this crazy ride that scares them to death. Then they meet a guy named Winn-Doe who has mirrors on him (Also not explained well). He takes them to a house of mirrors (Also unknown to the park) and they get more terrified, especially Brandon. They tell Winn-Doe the horror they had and he says it isnt true about what happened and that they should take him in and show him. They start running to hide from him of fear of going back to the attraction and end up in the gift shop, with Jonathan Chiller. Ray finds the scariest Ventriliquist Dummy, Slappy and, "shocker", buys it along with a little Horror to go with it. Its getting to be New Years Eve and Ray with his friend Elena are going to have a party to be popular. One day when Elena come over to plan the party they find the magic words that bring Slappy to life and read them. Slappy comes to life and does all the bad stuff that Ray is blamed on by his parnets. A lot like other Slappy books i've read. He does A lot of the same things as in the other books. So nothing that new. I'm going to leave it off there so I don't explain the whole book. A great book for Elementary levels. I enjoyed it and some of the things Slappy did were pretty intense so it wasn't half bad.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Wendell D'Costa

    Ray Gordon is really excited for the new years eve party he is hosting with his friend Elena. But suddenly his brothers room is trashed and his cloths are ruined by syrup, and at both times he finds Slappy at the scene grinning melavaelontly at him. Is the Dummy that he got from Horrorland responsible for all the trouble? Or is there someone else to be blamed? Slappy new year! Was a great book. I have always like the Jonathon Chiller arc and the concept of Horrorland itself. But speaking about t Ray Gordon is really excited for the new years eve party he is hosting with his friend Elena. But suddenly his brothers room is trashed and his cloths are ruined by syrup, and at both times he finds Slappy at the scene grinning melavaelontly at him. Is the Dummy that he got from Horrorland responsible for all the trouble? Or is there someone else to be blamed? Slappy new year! Was a great book. I have always like the Jonathon Chiller arc and the concept of Horrorland itself. But speaking about this book. It was written well. The mystery about the trouble being caused and defeating Slappy was great. And always Slappy's character was written beautifully, or should I say terrifyingly? It was a nice Horrroland and Slappy book, worth reading.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bookish Devil

    "Slaptastic read" Since my last Horrorland book, "The Haunted Mask", was a bit offbeat, I picked up this one in a somber mood. But the mood didn't last long as 'Slappy' gave a slap hard enough to send chills down my spine. Slappy (The very mention of the name instills me with a sense of dread), the living dummy, which Ray and Brandon presumed to be harmless, starts to haunt them after Ray 'Wakes it up', a decision which Ray should have never taken. This story is about the epic face-off between "Slaptastic read" Since my last Horrorland book, "The Haunted Mask", was a bit offbeat, I picked up this one in a somber mood. But the mood didn't last long as 'Slappy' gave a slap hard enough to send chills down my spine. Slappy (The very mention of the name instills me with a sense of dread), the living dummy, which Ray and Brandon presumed to be harmless, starts to haunt them after Ray 'Wakes it up', a decision which Ray should have never taken. This story is about the epic face-off between the Slap....Er...The Living dummy and the two brothers who are, most of the time, on the receiving end. Filled with so many Horror elements, "Slap** New Year!" turned out to be much scarier than I expected it to be. *Wouldn't risk saying its name. The last thing I want is to have that Creepy dummy sitting in my closet.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Quirks

    Okay Confession! I only read the books for a reading challenge.These books are so short and easy to read. And they're fun so I went for it. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. It's really funny and Slappy is a creep and Ray can be quite evil and I flew through it. I also liked the little tid-bits of information that we got about Ray's family or their past. It gave them more dimention. And I got to read a different writing style. Mostly it's either past or present. This one was past but more Okay Confession! I only read the books for a reading challenge.These books are so short and easy to read. And they're fun so I went for it. I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. It's really funny and Slappy is a creep and Ray can be quite evil and I flew through it. I also liked the little tid-bits of information that we got about Ray's family or their past. It gave them more dimention. And I got to read a different writing style. Mostly it's either past or present. This one was past but more like recent events. Like something that happened last week. If a girl had long hair then, she probably still has now, so the descriptions were in present. I haven't read it before and I enjoyed that. And Brandon... The little jerkface who turned out to be a hero... It was a lot of fun reading this. Made me want to read more.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca McNutt

    Not exactly the best book I've ever read, to say the least. This "HorrorLand" series - a modern update to the children's Goosebumps series - has been largely a disappointment, but this book definitely takes the cake. Choppy sentences, limited vocabulary, overly generic sheeple kids and overall it's nothing to get excited about. Even if you're reading it for nostalgic value it'll do nothing but disappoint you.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alanna

    It was a really fun book. Slappy is my favorite goosebumps character. If u want to read about an interesting new year Read slappy new year.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Opal

    As someone who has only read the original series as a child, I wanted to see what the newer books were about. I'm not sure if this book is part of a sequential series or if it could be read as a stand alone, though I guess it's both. The Horrorland aspect is clearly part of the not-stand-alone part, but it's a small part of the book. The Slappy portion is what I came for, and that's what I will be judging. Plot: If you have read any of the original Slappy books, the plot is just a carbon copy of t As someone who has only read the original series as a child, I wanted to see what the newer books were about. I'm not sure if this book is part of a sequential series or if it could be read as a stand alone, though I guess it's both. The Horrorland aspect is clearly part of the not-stand-alone part, but it's a small part of the book. The Slappy portion is what I came for, and that's what I will be judging. Plot: If you have read any of the original Slappy books, the plot is just a carbon copy of those. Kid gets dummy, bad things start happening that may or may not be caused by an annoying sibling, Slappy comes to life and wants to make the children his SLAVES, and horror/hilarity ensues.  Characters: Goosebumps Parents, in my house, is a syndrome that plagues most of the Goosebumps series, and it is rampant here. The parents do not listen to their kids, they don't care about what they have to say, and they talk about them as though they aren't there. Basically, the point of the Goosebumps Parent is to be present only because the main character (mc) is a minor, but to be completely irrelevant to the plot so that the mc is functionally alone. Often, it makes the parents seem either completely braindead or downright neglectful, and here it comes across as the latter. Nastily, the mom calls her 12 year old son a wild animal after Slappy insults the family and literally almost bites off the kid's nose IN FRONT OF THEM, causing him to bleed profusely. The adults in Derry have nothing on these guys. I'm almost willing to forgive this, since this is basically a Goosebumps trope, but that was a bit too much. The main kids themselves are not likeable. They are barely cardboard cut outs with personality traits I have seen done better in other Goosebumps books. I don't expect a masterpiece of character development, but at least make me want to root for them. Making them both little brats to start off and basically doing nothing to change them OTHER than bringing a worse villain in is not a good choice, though to be fair, I don't think the other Night of the Living Dummy books are quite free of this, either. The reason I'm here, Slappy: Yep, it's Slappy. Nostalgia meter is filled. His dialogue is just as nasty as you'd expect, while being simultaneously more and less terrifying. For one, he actually says, "dudes" at one point, which is hilarious. I can't even imagine his voice saying it (from the old tv episode). He also, in a sly (rated pg) and disjointed manner, tells the kids he is going to murder their entire family and threatens to chop their heads off and mount the severed heads on a snowman. Good ol' Slappy. There are some inconsistencies regarding Slappy and how he works, but I'm not 100% sure it isn't part of the "larger" storyline, so I'll forgive it. Conclusion: Despite how off-putting the parents' stupidity/neglect was, I was more or less okay with this book. I didn't have high expectations, and the book was just shy of meeting them, so it's not a huge disappointment or anything. Also, it's always fun to see Slappy try to assert himself over actual children and fail miserably. If, like me, you're interested in this book for nostalgia's sake or if you simply love Slappy and can't get enough of him, by all means go for it. Otherwise, I wouldn't recommend this on its own. Maybe it works better as a part of the larger story arc.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sean R_C2

    If you know me well, you would think that I will be the last person to pick up this book. Why? I'm known to be a nonfiction reader. However, I love the Goosebumps series more than any nonfiction book I've ever seen. Ray gordon, the main character, loves to scare Brandon, the younger brother of Ray and a scaredy-cat. Slappy, the antagonist dummy seen in almost every Goosebump HorrorLand book, was bought as a regular doll from Jonathan Chiller's gift shop. However, it turned out to be a dummy that If you know me well, you would think that I will be the last person to pick up this book. Why? I'm known to be a nonfiction reader. However, I love the Goosebumps series more than any nonfiction book I've ever seen. Ray gordon, the main character, loves to scare Brandon, the younger brother of Ray and a scaredy-cat. Slappy, the antagonist dummy seen in almost every Goosebump HorrorLand book, was bought as a regular doll from Jonathan Chiller's gift shop. However, it turned out to be a dummy that is alive. Although this book sounds childish, it generates insightful conversations and it refines the definition of a horror book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alfredo Barajas

    Slappy new year by R.L. Stine in my opinion was not that good. Because i don't think that there wasn't that much detail then any other scary books that I have read. I recommend this book to anybody who like scary and interesting books if you do like those type of books then I would recommend this book to you. A strength of this book is when there was some detail in the start of the book at the end all the detail started to ware off and I fell like the writer started to rush writing the book at t Slappy new year by R.L. Stine in my opinion was not that good. Because i don't think that there wasn't that much detail then any other scary books that I have read. I recommend this book to anybody who like scary and interesting books if you do like those type of books then I would recommend this book to you. A strength of this book is when there was some detail in the start of the book at the end all the detail started to ware off and I fell like the writer started to rush writing the book at the end of the book. If this book has a series i wouldn't read it I didn't like the first one why would I like the rest. Also there wasnt that much detail not only at the end of the book but most of the book thats why I think that the book wasn't that good. In total I think that the book wasn't that good so that's all what I think about the book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Leander

    Two stars. Slappy strikes again, with a sprinkle of HorrorLand. I think of all the Goosebumps series, Slappy is the character that makes the most appearances. A wimp younger brother with the built of a jock, the elder brother with a frail built. The elder can't help but play pranks on the younger one. And the craving for scream your head off horror dooms them all.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lily Newman

    It is a good book. And it had twists in it so look out for those. Slappy came back and is ready to conquer after being brought to life by strange words that will make life terrible as he has to get rid of it before it destroys his life.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Josiah

    I haven't yet read any reviews of this book, but I get the feeling at least a few will say it felt like a rewritten version of most other Slappy stories in the Goosebumps series. I can't say they'd be wrong; no new ground is broken, and all the surprise twists have popped up in previous books about Slappy. Nonetheless, I am pleased with Slappy New Year!. Slappy is the most written-about villain in all of R.L. Stine's many, many books, and seeing the familiar evil doll in a new story after so ma I haven't yet read any reviews of this book, but I get the feeling at least a few will say it felt like a rewritten version of most other Slappy stories in the Goosebumps series. I can't say they'd be wrong; no new ground is broken, and all the surprise twists have popped up in previous books about Slappy. Nonetheless, I am pleased with Slappy New Year!. Slappy is the most written-about villain in all of R.L. Stine's many, many books, and seeing the familiar evil doll in a new story after so many years is kind of comfortable. I love that R.L. Stine still has plans for Slappy, and I'm certain he's going to play an integral part in the finale to this series. Slappy New Year! begins much the same as the other books about Slappy, the main difference being how twelve-year-old Ray Gordon first acquires the frightening ventriloquist dummy. Unlike every previous owner, Ray comes across Slappy inside of the mysterious Jonathan Chiller's Horrorland souvenir shop, the place where all of the kids in the Horrorland series have picked out their particular haunted item that ended up terrorizing them. Ray ignores the protests of his younger brother Brandon, who at age nine (though already bigger than Ray) is afraid of the nasty-looking dummy that Ray wants to purchase, and decides to buy Slappy anyway; and, of course, as always, this is where the horror begins. There's no need to get much deeper into the plot, as most of what proceeds from this point is a walk down memory lane for readers familiar with Slappy's modus operandi. Even though he's exceptionally strong for his size, Slappy understands that he'll be defeated with relative ease if he reveals himself to people indiscriminately; therefore, he chooses his spots with caution, and only performs his malicious work when kids are around to act as easy targets for blame by adults. It's a method that always works, so unless Slappy slips up and lets an adult see him move on his own, it's nearly impossible for the kids he is taking advantage of to defeat him. Slappy New Year! leads right into the final installment to this tier of the Horrorland series, so even though we still know virtually nothing about Jonathan Chiller's grand plan, it surely will be revealed in the next book. I don't plan on much of a delay before reading it, either, as I've waited a long time to find out what will happen. It's good to have R.L. Stine back in the business of writing new Goosebumps books. I might give the full two stars to Slappy New Year!. It's an engaging story with perhaps a bit more depth of feeling than usual for Goosebumps books, as a few times during the narrative Ray ponders the real source of his greatest fears, the fact that his parents won't believe him about Slappy no matter how much he insists on his own innocence. It makes the surreal experience hit closer to home than otherwise possible, and invites us to consider how we would deal with the stress of not being believed in a similar situation. While I wouldn't recommend reading Slappy New Year! on its own, it's as a must-read for anyone who has followed this segment of the Horrorland series so far, or for any Goosebumps fans who grew up reading about Slappy and want to relive some of his brand of action in an all-new story.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alami Omar

    Omar English 6(1) Good Reads #1 Slappy New Year is an exciting sequel written by R.L Stine. The story takes place in Ray’s house where he lives with his family. The story began when Ray goes to Horrorland with his brother Brandon and he finds this cool Dummy. The problem arose when Ray buys the Dummy and finds a paper that says makes the dummy alive. He tried to read it but he forgot to say the last word but then the dummy started becoming alive. So the first thing Ray had to do was stop him and he Omar English 6(1) Good Reads #1 Slappy New Year is an exciting sequel written by R.L Stine. The story takes place in Ray’s house where he lives with his family. The story began when Ray goes to Horrorland with his brother Brandon and he finds this cool Dummy. The problem arose when Ray buys the Dummy and finds a paper that says makes the dummy alive. He tried to read it but he forgot to say the last word but then the dummy started becoming alive. So the first thing Ray had to do was stop him and he find out it was his brother. Next, he said the magic words but nothing happened. Finally, Ray decides to give up and that’s when the dummy becomes to life. In order to, stop him Ray and his brother threw him away but he came back. Lastly, while Ray is fighting Slappy he finds the paper and reads it again and the dummy becomes back to wood dummy. The main character of the novel was Ray Gordon. He was mischievous person. Ray treated the other characters in a nice way. Ray grows and changes throughout the story. At the beginning he liked tricking his brother and scaring him but because Slappy attacked and his brother saved his life, Ray became nice to him. From the actions in the story the reader learns never buy dolls. All of this made the plot of the story mysterious because it is mystery when the doll strikes. . Slappy is the antagonist and he treats people like garbage. For example in the end of the book Slappy starts throwing paint cans at everybody in the basement. What I like about Slappy is that he is mischievous and he motivates me to be mischievous and he is really hilarious. The most interesting part for me is when Brandon decides to pretend Slappy is real but instead summons him and he really starts to walk and stalk. It is the most interesting because I don’t understand but in a way I want not to understand. Here are five facts you should know about Slappy if you meet him. Number 1:never insult him. Number 2:If you see him run. Number 3:Don’t be his slave or you will die. Number 4:If you see him in the store buy him and lock him in a cabin. Number 5 and most important: Never read the words that make him alive. The plot of this book is probably very big and mysterious since you don’t know when Slappy will pop up. The most irritating episode of the story is when the doll comes back from the garbage truck because all the kids are there and see him. However, the most disappointing part in the story that happened is when Slappy dies. I would recommend this book to Hadi, Dany, Youssef, and Adam who like too see people look like fools. I think they would enjoy the mystery. The most exciting episode of the story is when the doll comes back from the garbage truck because all the kids are there and see him. However, the most disappointing part in the story that happened is when Slappy dies. I would recommend this book to Hadi, Dany, Youssef, and Adam who like too see people look like fools. I think they would enjoy the mystery

  14. 5 out of 5

    Becca W

    R.L. Stine has done it again. Writing stories for kids is what he does best, and I enjoy reading some of them. Slappy New Year is another story about Slappy, the possessed dummy. This time, the 2 kids are Ray and Brandon, and Ray is Brandon's older brother. Brandon is also afraid of everything. Ray and Brandon got invited to Horrorland, and while visiting Chiller House, Ray finds a dummy that he really wants to buy and use to scare Brandon with. Jonathan Chiller, the owner of the store, tells Bran R.L. Stine has done it again. Writing stories for kids is what he does best, and I enjoy reading some of them. Slappy New Year is another story about Slappy, the possessed dummy. This time, the 2 kids are Ray and Brandon, and Ray is Brandon's older brother. Brandon is also afraid of everything. Ray and Brandon got invited to Horrorland, and while visiting Chiller House, Ray finds a dummy that he really wants to buy and use to scare Brandon with. Jonathan Chiller, the owner of the store, tells Brandon to pay for the dummy next time. Ray and Brandon leave Horrorland soon after, because Brandon was to afraid to stay. As soon as they got home, they find the 6 magical words that are supposed to bring Slappy to life. When they read them, Slappy doesn't come to life right away. Instead, Brandon decides to terrorize his own things because he wanted Ray to get into trouble. Eventually, Brandon gets caught int he act, and he never does it again. Soon after that, Slappy really does come to life. Slappy starts terrorizing Brandon and Ray, so they throw Slappy into the garbage truck. They thought it crushed the dummy, but they were wrong. During Ray's New Year's party, Slappy comes back to try to hurt them. Brandon and Ray defeat Slappy, but that won't mean that he won't come back.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jose Ramirez

    Tittle:Goosebumps Horrorland Slappy New Year By:R.L. Stine I think that Goosebumps Horrorland Slappy New Year is a very good book because it makes you want to read more.There was a kid named Ray he was planning a new years party when he went to horrorland he bought a dummy and his brother didn't like it.Then Ray went home then his friend Elena said that she would like to come over then Ray said ''ok.''then she came over and she found slappy and she reached into slappys pocket and she saw strange w Tittle:Goosebumps Horrorland Slappy New Year By:R.L. Stine I think that Goosebumps Horrorland Slappy New Year is a very good book because it makes you want to read more.There was a kid named Ray he was planning a new years party when he went to horrorland he bought a dummy and his brother didn't like it.Then Ray went home then his friend Elena said that she would like to come over then Ray said ''ok.''then she came over and she found slappy and she reached into slappys pocket and she saw strange words she tried to read it when rays brother took it away from her hand.Then one day Ray heard footsteps in his bedroom so he went to turn on the light and saw his brother taking slappy from his closet then all the times he got in trouble was because of his brother.Then one dat Ray read all the words from slapps note and he came alive then slappy started to punch Ray then his brother came in and help Ray.Then his dad took the dummy and put it in the garage then they had to clean thier driveway with shovels then they opened it and his brother saw a garbage truck so they threw slappy in there.Then slappy was still alive he went to Rays party and he tried to get revenge when Ray had an idea to push paint cans on top of him they did that and said the words and slappy wasnt alive anymore.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Robello

    As usual, these books about Slappy don't disappoint. It's funny and similar to a previous Slappy book, but you can't get rid of Slappy. He always gets the last laugh. My kids were freaked out by the ending of this book because it ends in a cliffhanger where Slappy is still at large. We skipped the 4 books before this book thinking that the characters would not end up in Horrorland, but surprise! Apparently they do. This time they don't get to bring along a friend or sibling. It seems that they al As usual, these books about Slappy don't disappoint. It's funny and similar to a previous Slappy book, but you can't get rid of Slappy. He always gets the last laugh. My kids were freaked out by the ending of this book because it ends in a cliffhanger where Slappy is still at large. We skipped the 4 books before this book thinking that the characters would not end up in Horrorland, but surprise! Apparently they do. This time they don't get to bring along a friend or sibling. It seems that they all end up in Chiller House, alone and against their will. Unlike the Horrorland books up to book #10, there isn't an extra excerpt at the end of the book telling you what happened after they get to Horrorland. The Horrorland story seems to have ended in book #12 The Streets of Panic Park, because it actually says The End on the last page. Starting with #13 When The Ghost Dog Howls, each main character ends up in Chiller House, but you don't know what happens to them after they get there. I guess we'll find out later. It'll be better to read about them in a separate book instead of bits and pieces at the end of each book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Contreras

    Okay, honestly speaking, I thought this book wasn't well written. The plot seemed dumb. A puppet came to life. They need to have at least some spells or some weird words, but they didn't. But what I did like was how he made Ray's life so miserable and horrific. The puppet made him get into trouble into things that he didn't do. He gets really mad and thinks that Brandon, his brother, was causing him to get into big trouble. Turns out he did, but most of it wasn't The Evil Puppet. Ray realizes th Okay, honestly speaking, I thought this book wasn't well written. The plot seemed dumb. A puppet came to life. They need to have at least some spells or some weird words, but they didn't. But what I did like was how he made Ray's life so miserable and horrific. The puppet made him get into trouble into things that he didn't do. He gets really mad and thinks that Brandon, his brother, was causing him to get into big trouble. Turns out he did, but most of it wasn't The Evil Puppet. Ray realizes this and tries to get every possible way to turn him back into a regular puppet that doesn't try to make Ray's life miserable. He eventually did, but he came back.... That was the best part and that was very easy to predict. A very predictable ending. That was the only good part, so that is why I gave it two stars. That is my book review of this book. :)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nina

    Ray Gordon made a huge mistake first he bought Slappy the dummy from chiller house and try to scare his brother but after reading some word… that might have bring him to life Ray Gordon and his wimpy little brother Brandon everyone thinks Brandon is older than Ray just because Brandon is almost a foot taller than him but Brandon was like a big baby the two brother will have to face the most scariest evil dummy of all time what does it take to destroy this dummy? Reader who love horror and mystery Ray Gordon made a huge mistake first he bought Slappy the dummy from chiller house and try to scare his brother but after reading some word… that might have bring him to life Ray Gordon and his wimpy little brother Brandon everyone thinks Brandon is older than Ray just because Brandon is almost a foot taller than him but Brandon was like a big baby the two brother will have to face the most scariest evil dummy of all time what does it take to destroy this dummy? Reader who love horror and mystery will love this book especially for the goosebump lover who love Slappy the dummy series will L-O-V-E this book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Franklin

    This book was really good and one of the latest and best book of slappy the living dummy. in this book a living dummy is bought and it alive and doing bad things and making the person how bought the dummy look bad and get in some serious trouble. the main character in this book was a kid and he was scared to death because he had a new years party with his best freind and slappy crashed the party and said that all the kids are now his slaves

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    I am Jessica gielink I love slappy new year it is great I have not read it but my friend is buying it and she saw the back of the book and she seed it was great I really want to read it but I can not find the book I am looking for it on line if you can find the book in stores I will be so greatfull I love all of the goosebumps books I have also have seen hanted hour it is good show well buy p.s. I love your work .

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Guan

    Ray had a ticket to the horrorland. The ticket is from his friends. He had a younger brother that looks like a hulk and bigger than Ray. But Ray's younger brother is scared of everything that scary. He wanted to go to horrorland with ray, so he bring her younger borther with him. They went into a shop that sells a lot of scary toys. Ray wanted to buy the dummy that is grinning. His little brother is afraid of it. The dummy came to life and wanted to destroy Ray and his younger brothers life.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Leeth

    Read this to my nephew. I have always loved R.L. Stine's books. Fear Street was my favorite series. He is also one of my top inspirations for my own writing. I have been a Slappy fan for a long time. Night of the Living Dummy was the first Goosebumps book I ever read. Still love it! This little novel is an awesome addition to the Slappy series.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lea Cappelli

    Have you ever heard of the most scariest book ever. Well if you have never heard then you should read Goosebumps Slappy New Year. Now I will share a part of the book with you. "Slappy"I gasped." Slappy New Year"! he screamed at the top of his lungs.If you want to find out what happens next read this book. If you read this book I hope you enjoy It!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Linda Zhou

    I think this book is spooky. Do you know why? ..... Well it's because there is a man that has no face. And when the two boys ask him why doesn't he have a face he said it was an accident then my face is gone and now it is only a face made out of glass. so now do you think it is spooky? If you have intrest in this book then go read it!!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Santhosh

    Goosebumps is one of my favorite series. And I really like books which includes the character Slappy. He is a dummy and he he comes to life, he is one of the ghosts in goosebumps. Doesn't have horror suspense. I wanted horror but instead I got a little more suspense. But still cool book and the writer carries the story on in the next book...... The Horror At Chiller House is the next book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Riley

    its a very very good book. i liked that how brandon did horrible stuff to his own property just to get his brother in trouble(with a dummy named slappy) because his brother embaressed him around a girl he liked.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nahjaeeee

    I am HUGE fan of all Goosebumps books, I think it's an addiction ! I have every Goosebump book in the series, and these books definitely live up to their name. I got goosebumps reading Slappy New Year, just the overall creepiness of it..Brought shivers ! Great book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ianc Ehs

    i never really liked the horrorland series. it just bored me as a kid. this book was not scary, but creppy in a weak way. the setup is basicly the same, kids go to the park, then bad things happen. its too preditable. cover art suckes sooooo, if you want too, read it, if not, STAY AWAY!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Dylan

    Excellent, exciting, and it's Slappy, so of course it is classic! :D

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jeanelle Hernandez

    Be aware your in for a scare

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