Haunting Halloween Reads
Dr. Seuss's Spooky Things By Dr. Seuss; illustrated by Tom Brannon
Carve out family time for this Halloween-themed board book featuring Thing One and Thing Two from Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat!
Written in super-simple rhyme, children will giggle with glee at this ever-so-slightly spooky board book starring Things One and Two dressing up in classic Halloween costumes—including ghosts, bats, skeletons, black cats, and pumpkins!
It's a sweet Halloween treat and a great way to introduce little ones to the world of Dr. Seuss!
Amelia Fang and the Barbaric Ball By Laura Ellen Anderson
Meet everyone's favorite vampire! Read her hilarious adventures before she makes her way on the TV screen!
Amelia Fang would much rather hang out with her pet pumpkin Squashy and her friends Florence the yeti (DON'T CALL HER BEAST!) and Grimaldi the reaper than dance at her parents' annual Barbaric Ball.
Then the King's spoiled son Tangine captures Squashy, Amelia and her friends must escape the party to plan a daring rescue!
In their race against time, they begin to realize things in Nocturnia may not be quite what they seem...
Amelia Fang and the Unicorns of Glitteropolis By Laura Ellen Anderson
The second book in the hilarious illustrated series starring everyone's favorite vampire, Amelia Fang! Read her adventures before she makes her way on the TV screen!
Amelia Fang and her friends love their dark and gloomy world of Nocturnia. But when Tangine's mom, Queen Fairyweather, goes missing, they must brave the journey to the terrifying Kingdom of the Light.
With fairies and angel-kittens lurking around every corner, who can they trust? And will they finally uncover the real villain keeping the kingdoms of Light and Dark mortal enemies?
A Small Zombie Problem By K.G. Campbell
Celebrated illustrator K. G. Campbell (Flora and Ulysses) brings a touch of Tim Burton to this delightfully spooky new series about a boy who can't help but attract zombies. . . .
August DuPont has spent his whole life inside a dilapidated house with his aunt Hydrangea. His lonely existence ends abruptly with a surprise invitation to meet an aunt and cousins he didn't even know existed. When newfound Aunt Orchid suggests that August attend school with his cousins, it's a dream come true. But August has scarcely begun to celebrate his good fortune when he is confronted by a small problem on his way home. A small, very undead problem.
The Haunting of Henry Davis By Kathryn Siebel
Two kids are about to find out that their lives are anything but ordinary when a ghost from the 1918 flu pandemic arrives and stirs up adventure. Perfect for fans of A Tale Dark and Grimm!
Ghosts only haunt when they've left something behind...
When Henry Davis moves into the neighborhood, Barbara Anne and her classmates at Washington Carver Elementary don't know what to make of him. He's pale, small, odd. For curious Barbara Anne, Henry's also a riddle--a boy who sits alone at recess sketching in a mysterious notebook, a boy, she soon learns, who's being haunted by a ghost named Edgar.
With the help of some new friends, this unlikely duo is off on an adventure to discover who Edgar was while alive and why he's haunting Henry now. Together, they might just help Edgar find what he needs to finally be at peace.