Don't have time for a whole Halloween book? Enjoy spooky and fun short stories from wonderful writers one at a time.
Angelina, the dancing white mouse of many other stories, looks after her little sister on Halloween.
Sometimes best friends don't give the best advice. Like when Matthew tells Beast it's okay to write anything in his book report. Beast writes how much he loved the dog in the The Halloween Horror, and now the author is coming to visit Polk Street School. Problem is, there was no dog in that book. Uh-oh.
Part of the Polk Street School series.
Friendly creatures of the night-- ghost, vampire, mummy and bat, try to help a witch harvest a huge pumpkin to make a delicious pie. Much repetition to charm preschoolers and kindergartners.
A little girl's tapping toe summons a cat, a witch, a ghoul, a ghost and a sprite from out of the creepy darkness in this lighthearted poem.
This richly illustrated book travels in time to the rural South of the 1870s. Celie, a young African-American girl, wants more than anything to win the costume contest at the All Hallow's Eve Dance.
The rabbit named Chicago has a great idea for a costume for the Halloween party, but her friend, the cat, is not so sure.
Suggested for ages 5 - 8
Poor Cinderella Skeleton! Her stepsisters keep her cleaning the mausoleum from dusk until dawn when she so wants to go to Prince Charnel's ball. Elaborate and eerie illustrations throughout.
Tommy's mother helps him to not be frightened of Halloween monsters.
Allie is excited about being in the Halloween parade at school. Puffin Easy-To-Read, Level 1.
"Give me some pie!" Everyone wants a slice of Old Witch's delicious pumpkin pie. Is her spell of protection enough to ward off an eager bunch of monsters?
Henry and his big dog, Mudge, enjoy all of the fall activities: watching the leaves turn, carving jack-o-lanterns and eating Thanksgiving dinner. Ready-to-Read series.
Lee surprises her family when she tries to discover if Hubknuckles, the family ghost, is real.
A small mouse finds that a discarded jack-o'-lantern makes an excellent home in this cherished story. Search the catalog to find and reserve this book.
Rosamond's cat, Little Hex, is missing! Can her friend, Nate the Great, help find him on a spooky Halloween night?
Oliver and Amanda Pig enjoy trick-or-treating, making their costumes, and choosing pumpkins to carve for Halloween. Puffin Easy-To-Read, Level 2.
Turn out the lights to enjoy this book of silly, sad and happy faces with the youngest children.
Sylvie Ann chose a large and lovely pumpkin to create her jack-o-lantern or pumpkin moonshine. Unfortunately for Sylvie Ann, the pumpkin had other plans! A gentle story filled with old-fashioned charm.
Lauren thinks she so smart. She painted stupid blood on her mummy outfit and won the costume contest. Rachel's sarcophagus costume is better; its magic carries the girls back in time for a chilling Egyptian adventure. Five stories in all.
On Halloween, Sammy and her friends stop a mugging and a burglary by someone dressed in skeleton costume. With the help of her friends and a police officer, Sammy is able to solve the puzzle of the thief's identity.
The bright eyes of a mama cat and her kittens peer from the darkness, watching the parade of trick-or-treaters.
A little boy has an adventure in the scary basement of his mysterious new neighbor, Mr. Neewollah. Includes a CD of the author reading the story.
Jenny and her mother inherited a wonderful old house. There's just one catch-- it's haunted by the Witch of Willowby Lane.
It was the four Hatford brothers versus the three Malloy sisters in the first book, The Boys Start the War. Now the girls are back to get revenge on Halloween night.
It's hard to be a cool puppy when your mom dresses you up in a hot dog costume! Oscar the dachshund proves he's top dog when chips are down.
Grizzorka the witch has kidnapped Grandmother's beloved cat, Tabitha. Can Bat, Frog, and Spider work together to save their friend?
Carapace Clavicle Moundshroud teaches a group of boys the history of Halloween while they desperately search for their missing friend on a Halloween filled with magic and suspense.
On Halloween night, a magic ring can help an ordinary boy face a school bully, if he dares to pay the price.
The kids have been growing a special pumpkin all year. What will become of the neighborhood pumpkin patch now that the garden has a new owner?
A mother and father scarecrow get separated from their cat child while looking for work.
Nicky, the new kid in town, is throwing a very scary Halloween party. Albert says he's not afraid of anything, but he changes his mind when he meets some of the other guests at the party. Step Into Reading series, Step 2.
Jesse Bear thinks it's fun to pick out and carve his very own pumpkin, but when it's time to try on costumes, he's a scared little bear. With his parents' reassurance, he has a wonderful time trick-or-treating.
Last year the little boy was too scared by the ghosts and goblins who came to his door to go trick-or-treating, but this year will be different.