Last Updated: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Itís Halloween, and Splat is determined to be the scariest cat of all. Unfortunately heís just too much of a scaredy-cat. When Mrs. Wimpydimple tells a ghost story in the dark, Splat gets so frightened that he tips over his jack-o-lantern. When the lights come back on, everyone is scared silly by a small, black, furry creature with a big pumpkin head. Whooooo can it be?
Hurry, hurry, hurry! Itís the Heebie-Jeebie Jamboree! Whoop it up at the warlock rodeo! Come see the witchesí Brew-Off! Lose yourself in the Fun Crypt! Itís a fun-filled carnival of ghosts and goblins. So keep your eyes open. You donít want to miss a thing!
Any little skeletons at your house dressed for Halloween? Here is a perfect primary book that tells all about the 200 bones in your body. You need them all so find out what they are called and how they make you move.
At the Heart of It
Part of a series that features various cultures in the Canadian North, this book highlights a Dene community on the shores of Great Bear Lake. The authorís close knit family is photographed while engaged in cultural and spiritual activities that define their nation. Very informative and beautifully done.
Don't get yourself noticed and you won't get yourself hanged! In the faery slums of Bath, Bartholomew and his sister Hettie live by these words. Bartholomew and Hettie are changelings Ė Peculiars Ė and neither faeries nor humans want anything to do with them. One day a mysterious lady in a plum-colored dress comes gliding down Old Crow Alley and Bartholomew forgets the rules and gets himself noticed.
Maxís village is normal in every single way and on every single day Ė except Wednesday. The townsfolk shutter their windows and lock their doors to hide away from the many peculiar things that happen Ė things like cats getting stuck in the vacuum cleaner and birthday cakes meeting fiery and horrific ends. But Max is too curious for that, and so, breaking every rule in the village, he searches out the cause of all the Wednesday weirdness.
Alice in Zombieland
Aliceís entire world changes from blissful merriment to a tragic nightmare in a heartbeat. On the night of her sixteenth birthday she loses the mother she loves, the sister she adored and the father that she never understood. However, her father was right about one thing: Monsters walk among us. Join Alice as she shows you how to be a little brave and a whole lot crazy, as she makes sure that every corpse is sent back to its grave. Forever!
My Life as a White Trash Zombie
Angelís life is about to turn upside-down when she wakes up from a horrible car crash without a mark on her. To add to the weirdness, she is offered a job at the county morgue that seems to be the perfect match for her new and overpowering craving for brains.
For Halloween, a new novel from the Swedish Stephen King, author of Let the Right One In. A couple raise an abandoned baby. Years later, the odd but talented girl enters an Idol-style competition. Another oddball girl sees her on TV and soon a violent partnership is formed. Chilling and disturbing.
Sweden seems the place for dark and moody novels, even for non-Swedes like Englishman Nevill. Four old friends set off on a hike into the Swedish Arctic wilderness. But a shortcut gets them lost and they stumble upon a derelict building with a dark presence. A heart-stopping thriller for Halloween.