Spooky Halloween Reading, Anyone?

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HALLOWEEN BOOKS

It’s hard to tell in the photo, but this was originally a blue pumpkin; looks white now.

It’s that time of the year for scary stories. Reading anything spooky this Halloween?

Here is a brief variety of Halloween books to help you think of what kind of scary book you might be interested in.

Ghostly Cries from Dixie by Pat Fitzhugh

A collection of researched ghost stories—perfect for Halloween.

Grace Lost by M. Lauryl Lewis

Here is a cool zombie book to help you induce some nightmares this Halloween.

Catalysts by Charles E. Yallowitz

What happens when two miserable people are trapped in an elevator? Follow the screams and find out.

Rumble’s First Scare by Mandy Eve Barnett

What do little monsters do on their first scare? Rumble’s Mum is going to show him all the tricks to frighten an earth child in their long box. Join Rumble on his first scare on All Hallow’s Eve.

Panama by C. S. Boyack

Two inexperienced paranormal witnesses are asked in investigate some mysterious goings on at the Panama Canal construction zone. They’re faced with civil war, international problems, and an invading army from Hell itself.

Spooky Cursive Handwriting Practice Workbook by Julie Harper

A fun scary way to learn cursive handwriting.

A Long Journey off a Short Pier (6 Short Story Collection)

6 Short Stories of terror, after reading these you will want to take a flash light to bed. Take the Long Journey this Halloween and experience the terror for yourself.

Even In Death: A Short Story Collection

Even In Death, a collection of ten short stories, explores the thin line between love and hate; extreme emotions even death cannot destroy.

The Witches of Galdorheim Series by Marva Dasef

Follow the adventures of teen witch, Katrina, as she discovers her witchy powers facing up to an evil shaman, a nasty elemental, and a has-been Scottish goddess.

Come Hell or High Water: The Complete Trilogy by Stephen Morris.

A witch is burnt and Prague is cursed! An Irish vampire-woman comes to assist the modern-day accomplices of the witch as they unleash an ancient devil into the world.

Death Walks Through by Lisa Williamson

Every culture has some type of figure of Death. The Grim Reaper who collects souls as they lie dying…

Spooky Word Scrambles by Carolyn Kivett and Chris McMullen

Scary Halloween fun.

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