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Halloween Books For Kids!: Home

It's never too early or late for celebrating Halloween! Take a look at some spooky titles offered in our creepy catalog!

Halloween @ Your Library

Ghost with Candle from Beistle circa 1973

 

Trick or Treating at the Library (October 31) - Trick or treat your library! All three floors of the Downtown Branch will be stocked with treats (including Teal Pumpkin friendly treats) for our little costumed patrons from open to close!

Spooktacular Puppet Show (October 31 @ 9:30am, 10:30am & 3:30pm) - Enjoy a fun, spooky puppet show and craft!

Teen Masquerade Ball (October 27 from 8pm-Midnight) - We are gearing up for our annual Teen Masquerade Ball, and this one is shaping up to be the best yet. This year's theme is magical masquerade ball, you can find out more information and purchase tickets here.

Did we miss something?

Although we've attempted to provide a comprehensive list, it's a difficult task to track down all the spooky books in our extensive catalog and clearly some must have slipped through the cracks, especially with new books being added all the time. If you come across something that's not our our list please contact the guide admin at jschafle@hmcpl.org.  

Goosebumps

Looking for something for spooky chapter books for your older child? Take a look at our guide for Goosebump books!

Your Ghastly Guide

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Jon Schafle
Contact:
Huntsville Madison County Public Library - Downtown Branch
256-532-5949

This Guide

Fall is a favorite time of year for many kids and adults and books about Halloween are always in demand! To make our collection more accessible you will find our books from the catalog on the following pages. The picture books are seperated by the first letter of their author's last name and are located in our picture book bins of the corresponding letter. You'll find book about Halloween as well as monsters, ghosts, goblins, witches, pumpkins, and even books dealing with fears and phobias!

Looking for more?

Looking for more spookiness? Be sure to check out our Reader's Advisory guide for horror that covers everything from board books all the way up to adult fiction and non-fiction. We also have a guide showcasing supernatural humor titles for teens and adults. 

 

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