R.L. Stine (Who Wrote That?) by Hal Marcovitz
By Hal Marcovitz
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Indeed, the success of the Goosebumps series earned Stine a mention in the 2000 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records. With the Goosebumps books selling a total of 220 million copies worldwide, the Guinness Book of World Records declared Goosebumps the best-selling children’s book series of all time. To help sell books, authors often agree to take part in a publicity tour. Typically, an author will travel from city to city, appearing on local radio and television shows to talk about his or her books.
He says: It was a very creative magazine . . We had tremendous mail responses from teachers saying the kids loved it. But it was a little weird for Scholastic. 46 Still, his stewardship of Search showed that Stine knew how to connect with young people and make them laugh. L. STINE His next assignment from Scholastic was to head a new humor magazine for young people titled Bananas. Finally, Stine would have the opportunity to edit a humor magazine, fulfilling a dream he harbored since his days back in Bexley when he would sneak off to the barber shop to read the latest edition of Mad magazine.
I could hardly wait to give it to the editor. The editor had other things on his mind. He was in a panic. He said the printing company had moved up the deadline to three o’clock that afternoon. ” the editor wanted to know. The editor was so nervous he had chewed his fingernails completely off. I thought any moment he was going to start on his toes. Bob just nodded and kept on typing. I thought the editor was kidding me when he said Bob was writing the whole magazine. Turned out he wasn’t kidding .