2018 Halloween Picture Books
Bone Soup: A Spooky Tasty Tale by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
In this version of the classic tale, Stone soup, three witches are looking for a tasty treat on Halloween morning and they find only a small bone in their cupboard. So they decide to go from door to door in their village to find just the right ingredients for their bone soup
Does Frankenstein Get Hungry? by John Solimine
A young girl banishes her fear of monsters by imagining a series of questions and answers that make the ghoulish seem foolish.
The Frightful Ride of Michael McMichael by Bonny Becker
Taking the bus to make a delivery to his grandmother, a little boy is alarmed by the bus's scary driver, who grows creepier by the minute as the other passengers disembark.
Mother Ghost: Nursery Rhymes for Little Monsters by Rachel Kolar
An illustrated collection of thirteen gently spooky adapted Mother Goose rhymes.Sammy’s Spooktacular Halloween by Mike Petrik
Samurai Scarecrow: A Very Ninja Halloween by Rubin Pingk
Yukio gets tired of his little sister, Kashi, questioning and copying him, but on Halloween, when Samurai Scarecrow frightens him and demands candy, Yukio refuses to give up Kashi's.
Sir Simon, Super Scarer by Cale Atkinson
A delightful, funny story of friendship, ghost chores, a spooky house and a professional haunter.
Skelly’s Halloweeen by David Martin
When a fall causes Skelly B. Skeleton to come apart on Halloween, his animal friends try to put him back together based on their own bodies.
Stumpkin by Lucy Ruth Cummins
A stemless pumpkin that yearns to be a Halloween jack-o-lantern watches sadly as all of the other pumpkins in the shop are chosen.
A Werewolf Named Oliver James by Nicholas John Frith
On his way home one moonlit night, a strange thing happens to Oliver James: he unexpectedly turns into a werewolf! Suddenly, he can run faster than an express train! He can leap higher than tall buildings! He's stronger than a lion! There's only one problem: what on earth will his parents say, when he gets home?