Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Books for Halloween

Books for Halloween


Halloween jack-o'-lanternsHalloween jack-o'-lanterns

by Kathryn Stevens
It's a jack-o'-lantern! Find out the origin of jack-o'-lanterns, how did Halloween get started, why do we have jack-o'-lanterns on Halloween, and more!


Los gatos black on HalloweenLos gatos black on Halloween

by Marisa Montes
Easy to read, rhyming text about Halloween night incorporates Spanish words, from las brujas riding their broomsticks to los monstruos whose monstrous ball is interrupted by a true horror.


The Halloween Kid The Halloween Kid

by Rhode Montijo
The brave and trusty Halloween Kid saves trick-or-treaters from a crowd of sweet-stealing Goodie Goblins.

AlphaOops! H is for HalloweenAlphaOops! H is for Halloween

by Alethea Kontis
While putting on a Halloween pageant, the alphabet mixes things up with some spooky, and funny, results.

And Then Comes Halloween And Then Comes Halloween

by Tom Brenner
When nighttime creeps closer to suppertime and the sky is that certain deep blue, then it's time to get ready for Halloween!

Scary, Scary HalloweenScary, Scary Halloween

by Eve Bunting
A band of trick-or-treaters and a mother cat and her kittens spend a very scary Halloween.

Rotten Ralph's Trick or Treat!Rotten Ralph's Trick or Treat!

by Jack Gantos
Sarah's rotten cat Ralph goes to a Halloween costume party dressed as her and creates horrible mischief under the protection of his disguise.

Cliffords Halloween/Clifford y el dí de Halloween (Spanish)Cliffords Halloween/Clifford y el dí de Halloween (Spanish)

by Norman Bridwell
Clifford is an enormous red dog who dressed as a ghost last Halloween; what will his costume be this year?

Halloween (Spanish)Halloween (Spanish)

by Jennifer Blizin Gillis
Presents background information on the origins and traditions of customs related to the celebration of Halloween, translated into Spanish.

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