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National Book Month: Spooky Reads

For a little bit of Halloween fun, here are some spooky reads that will surely make for some ghostly fun.


Spooky Tales for the Littles
Bruce and the Legend of Soggy Hollow by Ryan T. Higgins follows the adventure of a bear who hates Halloween…until he meets a ghostly visitor. $16.52

The Bad Seed is back in the story The Good, the Bad, and the Spooky for a little bit of Halloween fun. The book also comes with over 150 stickers. $9.85

If You Ever Meet a Skeleton by Rebecca Evans invites you and your little one to find out if a bag of bones is a trick or a treat. $16.19

Paint by Sticker Kids: Halloween is the perfect activity for the kiddos to get into the Halloween spirit. There are 10 pictures and different kinds of stickers (some are glow-in-the-dark!) that will make for cute and crafty decorations. $8.49


Creepy Reads for the Pre-Teens
Abigail Snook went into the woods many years ago and was never seen again in the haunted book The Bellwoods Game by Celia Krampien. Since then, it’s been a tradition for sixth graders to play the Bellwoods Game, where three kids have to go into the woods. Everything the kids thought they knew about the game and each other is challenged. $15.29

Extra Normal by Kate Alice Marshall is a creepy supernatural thriller about a young tween determined to uncover some secrets. $18.99

Hazel Woods plays hide-and-seek in the cemetery with her brother and his friends, but when one of the friends disappears, they have to go and find him. It Found Us by Lindsay Currie. $16.96

Bonus Book: For exciting crafts, goodies, and more to celebrate the Halloween season, check out Halloween Crafts: 35 Spooky Projects to Make and Bake by Emma Hardy. From fancy-dress costumes to devilishly delicious delights, there are easy ideas and challenging projects that the entire family will love. $11.05


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