Goosebumps is a series of children's horror fiction novels by American author R. Stine , published by Scholastic Publishing. The stories follow child characters, who find themselves in scary situations, usually involving monsters and other supernatural elements. From to , sixty-two books were published under the Goosebumps umbrella title. Goosebumps has spawned a television series and merchandise, as well as a series of feature films , starring Jack Black as Stine. Since the release of its first novel, Welcome to Dead House , in July , the series has sold over million books worldwide in thirty-two languages, becoming the second- best-selling book series in history, after J. Rowling's Harry Potter.
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Everyone experiences goosebumps from time to time. When it happens, the hairs on your arms, legs, or torso stand up straight. The hairs also pull up a little bump of skin, the hair follicle, up with them.
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George A. Bubenik, a physiologist and professor of zoology at the University of Guelph in Ontario, explains. Imagine swimming in a lake on a hot summer day. The water is quite warm, but the wind is strong and the moment you leave the water you feel chilly and get "goosebumps. You make a nice cup of tea, get under a blanket and switch on the radio. Suddenly, you hear a song from a long time ago, the song your grandmother used to sing to you when you were a child. Again, you feel a chill on your back and again, you get goosebumps.