Lee surprises her family when she tries to discover if Hubknuckles, the family ghost, is real.
"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?
Tommy's mother helps him to not be frightened of Halloween monsters.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Angelina, the dancing white mouse of many other stories, looks after her little sister on Halloween.
A mother and father scarecrow get separated from their cat child while looking for work.
On Halloween night, a magic ring can help an ordinary boy face a school bully, if he dares to pay the price.
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