Halloween is coming. Do you have enough spooky stories?
Check out these books—if you dare!
The Book That Eats People by John Perry
A creepy book devours unlucky readers. Will you be next?
A Child’s Guide to Common Household Monsters by James Otis Thach
Discover the monsters in your house and learn what they’re afraid of.
The Ghost-Eye Tree by Bill Martin, Jr.
On a dark and windy night, a spooky tree waits by the road.
Night of the Gargoyles by Eve Bunting
Frightful stone statues leave their rooftop homes to fly far and wide at night.
Zombie in Love by Kelly DiPucchio
Mortimer searches for a girl who won’t run away from him in fear.