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  • Yes, there is! The There are 23 books in the series:

    The Tale of the Sinister Statues by John Peel

    The Tale of Cutter's Treasure by David L. Seidman, based on the two-part episode

    The Tale of the Restless House by John Peel

    The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors by Kathleen Derby and D. J. MacHale, an expanded telling of episode 8

    The Tale of the Secret Mirror by Brad and Barbara Strickland

    The Tale of the Phantom School Bus by Brad and Barbara Strickland

    The Tale of the Ghost Riders by John Vornholt

    The Tale of the Deadly Diary by Brad and Barbara Strickland

    The Tale of the Virtual Nightmare by Ted Pedersen

    The Tale of the Curious Cat by Diana G. Gallagher

    The Tale of the Zero Hero by John Peel

    The Tale of the Shimmering Shell by David Cody Weiss and Bobbi J.G Weiss

    The Tale of the Three Wishes by John Peel

    The Tale of the Campfire Vampires by Clayton Emery.

    The Tale of the Bad-Tempered Ghost by V. E. Mitchell

    The Tale of the Souvenir Shop by Alice Eve Cohen

    The Tale of the Ghost Cruise by David Cody Weiss and Bobbi J.G Weiss

    The Tale of the Pulsating Gate by Diana G. Gallagher

    The Tale of the Stalking Shadow by Bobbi J.G Weiss and David Cody Weiss

    The Tale of the Egyptian Mummies by Mark Mitchell

    The Tale of the Terrible Toys by Richard Lee Byers

    The Tale of the Mogul Monster by David Cody Weiss and Bobbi J.G Weiss

    The Tale of the Horrifying Hockey Team by K. S. Rodriguez

    PLEASE NOTE: Only two books were adapted from the TV series: The Tale of Cutter's Treasure and The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors.

    Source: Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Are_You_Afraid_of_the_Dark%3F_%28book_series%29

  • Yes. It is called 'Are You Afraid of the Dark: The Tale of Orpheo's Curse'. It was released in 1994 by Nickelodeon and published by Viacom International, Inc.

  • Yes. It is called "Are You Afraid of the Dark: The Game" and was published by Cardinal.

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