|Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes|
|Tagline||Keep off their grass!|
|Cover artist||Tim Jacobous|
|Media type||Print (Paperback)|
|Release date||August 1995|
|Number of Endings|
|Previous book||The Horror at Camp Jellyjam|
|Next book||A Shocker on Shock Street|
SOMEONE'S BEEN STALKING IN MY GARDEN! (Or) GNOME, SWEET GNOME? NON DESCRIPTIVE
Two pink flamingos. A whole family of plaster skunks. Joe Burton's dad loves tacky lawn ornaments. But when he brings home two ugly lawn gnomes, the trouble begins. Late at night. When everyone's aslee p. Someone's creeping in the garden. Whispering nasty things. Smashing melons. Squashing tomatoes. No way two dumb old lawn ornaments with pointy hats could be causing all the trouble. . . . . Is there?
- The television episode's ending is different. In the book, the lawn gnomes are destroyed, but Joe's dad buys a lawn statue of a gorilla (which comes to life). In the television episode, the lawn gnomes come back to life after being frozen by bright light and attack Mr. McCall, Joe and Mindy's drill sergeant neighbor, and, when the judges come over for the "Best Lawn" contest, they tell Joe's dad that they found a hideous lawn gnome in the backyard, which turns out to be Mr. McCall.
- Moose and Buster are not in the television episode.
- Mr. McCall is a lot meaner than in the book.
Television Episode Trivia
- On this television episode's theme, the dog's eyes do not light up.
- This is the last of three television episodes on the DVD, Go Eat Worms.
- This television episode was adapted into Goosebumps Presents Book #18, the final book in the series.