I enjoyed this and as I pride myself in having read what I thought was all of King's short stories, I was glad to have found these. I can't remember having seen them in written form before. The first story, like many of King's best, has children as the protagonist/protagonists and much of the story is told from that perspective. Only King seems to do this not just well, but amazingly accurately. I presume that since he and I are close in age, we remember those years in much the same way and remember how we saw things at that time similarly as well. This was evident when I first read "The Body". I had friends exactly like those in that story.
The second story, "The Dune", reads like a Rod Serling episode from "The Twilight Zone" and has much the same kind of ending. I enjoyed both very much and anyone who enjoys Stephen King will as well.