Horror Stories for Kids
Short horror stories
Kahniyan horror stories for kids are adapted to be suitable for the little ones. Of course, they are scary! But, don’t worry, they are terrifyingly fun , so children can enjoy, with the odd scare, have a great time and then go to sleep with guarantees of no nightmare. They are scary stories to read at any time and specially created for children!
Horror stories for children
Scary stories are perfect to tell on Halloween and above all, they are ideal on a night out camping. Who has not told stories so as not to sleep when they have gone camping or spending the night with their friends?
A good story, a little gloomy atmosphere and a mysterious voice will create the perfect setting to unsettle the little ones – even they themselves can impress their friends! They can also have a theme party, with costumes, decoration, etc. and tell one of our stories. The possibilities are endless and the little ones in the house will have a great time!
Enjoy scary stories in the most comfortable way
In addition, Kahniyan offers you the audio version of the scary stories that, in addition to telling the story and giving voice to the characters, are accompanied by music that will immerse the children even more in the story.
These horror stories for children will be an unforgettable experience for children who will thus exercise their imagination giving life to all these incredible characters.
Primary World makes these fun stories available to you for free , perfect for especially chilling occasions!
Look behind you and make sure you don’t have a monster, a ghost or a witch by your side! You might stay to listen to the end of our horror story for children!
Long horror stories to read
It may seem inappropriate for children… But fear can be fun. All the stories that you can find here are adapted to children so you do not have to worry about whether or not the text will be suitable.
We are above all a literary genre that has its children’s version, but …
What are the most famous horror stories?
The Tales of Edgar Allan Poe
Count Dracula by Bram Stoker
The Ghosts of Bécquer
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
Dr Jekyll and MR. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
Characteristics of a horror story
We can define the origin of this genre in the middle of the 18th century, the works that belong to it have in common that they try to generate uncomfortable and fearful feelings in the reader (with more or less success)
Most use for this purpose all the “literary weapons” available to a writer, using what humans fear to build their history.