Saturday, October 16, 2010

New Halloween Books for Kids- Perfectly Spooky Gifts!

Send a spooktacular Halloween book from The Lollipop Book Club. Each Halloween package includes a book of your choice, a Halloween lollipop, and a message on a bookplate, making this gift the creepiest keepsake ever. Here are some of the best new Halloween books for 2010.

Zen Ghosts by Jon J. Muth

From the publisher:

It's Halloween.

The trees are ablaze in fiery reds. Excited children don colorful costumes. And there's mystery and fun around every corner

When Addy, Michael, and Karl finish trick-or-treating, their bags are brimming with treats. But the fun isn't over yet. Their good friend Stillwater the panda has one more special surprise in store for them. A mysterious visitor is about to tell them a spine-tingling story -- one that will fill each and every reader with wonder.

Scaredy-Cat, Splat! by Rob Scotton

From the publisher:

It's Halloween, and Splat is determined to be the scariest cat in the class. Unfortunately he's just too much of a scaredy-cat. He's afraid of a little spider, and everyone says his costume looks more silly than scary. And when Mrs. Wimpydimple tells a ghost story in the dark, Splat gets so frightened that he tips over his jack-o'-lantern. But when the lights go back on, the entire class is scared silly by a small, black, furry creature with a big pumpkin head. "Whooooo" can it be?

The Curious Little Witch by Lieve Baeten

From the publisher:

What happens when a little witch gets curious? An international bestseller comes to the US! Lizzy is a curious little witch. Late one night she spots an old house all lit up when everyone else is asleep, and she can't help herself. She just "has "to investigate. The Little Witch books have been favorites around the world for years. Now, at last, the irresistible Little Witch comes to America!

Vampire Boy's Good by Lisa Brown

From the publisher:

When the sun goes down and everything is wonderfully cold and dark, a vampire boy and a little witch go searching for children in the night.

But this is no ordinary night. It is Halloween, and what they find may surprise them. . . .

Alpha Oops! H is for Halloween by Alethea Contis & Bob Kolar

From the publisher:

H gets top billing -- but a stubborn B has something scary to say -- as the inside-out alphabet gives a howl-arious Halloween performance.
Ack It's time for the show, and A isn't ready. But then again, Halloween can only start with one letter, no matter how the A-B-Cs normally go The misbehaving alphabet is back, and there's no telling who will take the stage next. Z for zombie? P for pirate? Will X think of something good in time? Neon-bright, comically detailed illustrations show a cacophony of costumed letters, each with a mind and personality all its own. Along the bottom, tiny pumpkins arrange the players in proper order, making this alphabet story letter-perfect for Halloween

The Halloween Kid by Rhode Montijo

From the publisher:

The Halloween Kid is capable of wranglin' all manner of halloween hoodlums to keep the night safe for trick-or-treaters...

That is until a band of greedy goodie goblins gallop onto the scene - then even the Halloween Kid can use a helpin' hand.

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