Spooky Books For Halloween
From picture books to YA, these books will give you a fright!
The Forlorned, by Angela J. Townsend (Crimson Tree Publishing). Young Adult
Silly Haunted House, by Janet Lawler; illustrated by Anna Chambers; paper engineering by Renee Jablow (Jumping Jack Press)
Second Verse, by Jennifer Walkup (Luminis Books). Young Adult
All Hallow’s ABC, written and illustrated by Jenni Kaye (Daring Ink Press)
The Goblin’s Story: A Tale of the Uncrossable Canyon, by James Dongweck; illustrated by Sean Bixby (Golden Monkey Publishing)
Forest of Whispers, by Jennifer Murgia (Spencer Hill Press). Young Adult
Spelled, by Kate St. Clair (Black Hill Press). Young Adult Fiction
The Griffin of Darkwood, by Becky Citra (Coteau Books). Pre-Teen Fiction.
Monster ABC, by Derek Sullivan and Kyle Sullivan (Hazy Dell Press)
The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts, by K.C. Tansley (Beckett Publishing Group)
Jack the Boogey is My Real Name, by Davon Washington and Chase Washingon; illustrated by Ana-Gabriela Stroe (Bedford House Books)
The Tale of Edgar Trunk, by Jason O. Silva (Thimble Publishing). Pre-Teen Fiction
Monsterland, by Michael Phillip Cash (CreateSpace). Young Adult
Monster Slayer, by Gladys Elizabeth Barbieri; illustrated by Lina Safar (Big Tent Books)
Melissa’s Halloween Wish, by Dona Ross Pratt; illustrated by Megan Cunningham (Little Creek Press)
Lake Thirteen, by Greg Herren (Bold Strokes Books). Young Adult Fiction
Hocus Pocus Hotel, by Michael Dahl; illustrated by Lisa K. Weber (Capstone). Pre-Teen Fiction
The Case of the Buried Bones: The Milo & Jazz Mysteries Book 12, by Lewis B. Montgomery; illustrated by Amy Wummer (The Kane Press). Juvenile Fiction
Dagger & Dash: Enter the Three Witches, by Peggy Schaedler (Turtle Hill Books). Pre-Teen Fiction.