The cover artwork shows Bim, an alien, trick-or-treating, he's holding an open bag of Halloween candy on a porch, wanting more.
"It's the Only One I've Ever Seen. Maybe The Only On Earth."
After a trip to HorrorLand, Meg and her brother, Chris, can't wait to celebrate Halloween. Until that Weirdo in the baby alien costume shows up and begins to wreak havoc on their lives. They just can't seem to get him to leave. And Meg's beginning to suspect that his orange skin isn't a halloween disguise. . .
What happens in the world's scariest theme park on the most frightening day of the year? Meg is about to find out when she's mysteriously called back to HorrorLand on Halloween. Can she survive the trick or treachery?
On October 30th, brother and sister Chris and Meg Oliver rescue a young child in a costume stuck in a bush. But, they discover the "child" is really Bim, a smelly alien with a lot of disgusting habits. Bim promptly swears allegiance to them. On October 31, Bim's people invade Earth. The twins find their souvenir from HorrorLand maybe the only thing that can save or harm them! In the third part of the story, Meg returns to HorrorLand and is sent on a mysterious mission by Jonathan Chiller. Meg also spots another her running around. It turns out that the other Meg and Chris were robots and while Meg was tuggging at Chris's ears they fell of and Jonathan Chiller was sad because she broke the robot so she was sent home again.
In Brandon Dorman's original artwork, Bim's skin is green and has purple eyes. However, when the book was released, his skin was changed to orange. The book was later reprinted to have Bim's skin as green, and his eyes were changed from purple to orange. Other changes include the artwork being more zoomed-in, and a "SPECIAL EDITION" banner was added underneath the Goosebumps HorrorLand logo.
|No.||Book||Country/Language||Translated title||Release date||Publisher|
L'Extraterrestre de la Planète Cinglée
|The Extraterrestrial of the Loony Planet||June 2014||Bayard Poche|
Dolcetto o Scherzetto?
|Trick or treat?||2011||Mondadori|
- With 214 pages and over 34,000 words, this is the longest Goosebumps book ever. The book Goosebumps Wanted: The Haunted Mask is 240 pages long, but it has a lower word count than Weirdo Halloween.