Thursday, October 13, 2011

All Hallow's Read

I've spoken here before about All Hallow's Read. Here's a video of Neil Gaiman explaining what All Hallow's Read is about (click here if you can't see the video or it doesn't work properly):

So in the spirit of All Hallow's Read, here are some books that can be found in the Marshall Lane library that can be checked out and shared with a reading buddy.

Story Collections:
Half Minute Horrors, edited by Susan Rich
Don't Open the Door After the Sun Goes Down, by Al Carusone, illustrated by Andrew Glass
The Dark-thirty, by Pat McKissack, illustrated by Brian J. Pinkney
Things That Go Bump in the Night, edited by Jane Yolen and Martin H. Greenberg
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, collected and retold by Alvin Schwartz, illustrated by Stephen Gamell
Tales for the Midnight Hour, by J. D. Stamper
Troll's Eye View, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling.

Picture Books:
Night of the Gargoyles, by Eve Bunting, illustrated by David Wiesner
The Dangerous Alphabet, by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Gris Grimly
The Wolves in the Walls, by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dave McKean
There's a Nightmare in my Closet, by Mercer Mayer
Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich, by Adam Rex
The Spider and the Fly, by Mary Botham Howitt, illustrated by Tony DiTerlizzi

The Seer of Shadows, by Avi
The Light, by D. J. MacHale
The Ghost Road, by Tony Abbott
Bunnicula Meets Edgar Allan Crow, by James Howe, illustrated by Eric Fortune
Coraline, by Neil Gaiman
The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman
The Blue Ghost, by Marion Dane Bauer
The Ghost of Crutchfield Hall, by Mary Downing Hahn
Dying to Meet You, by Kate Klise
There's a Dead Person Following My Sister Around, by Vivian Vande Velde

Graphic Novels:
Babymouse; Monster Mash, by Jenifer L. Holm
Coraline, by P. Craig Russell and Neil Gaiman
Ghostopolis, by Doug TenNapel
Goosebumps; Creepy Creatures, by R. L. Stine
Murder & Myster, by Mike Vosburg
Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde and Other Stories of the Supernatural, by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Raven and Other Poems and Stories, by Edgar Allen Poe
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by Washington Irving
The Invisible Man, by H. G. Wells
War of the Worlds, by H. G. Wells
Eight Tales of Terror, by Edgar Allan Poe
Some of these books are already on display in the front display case in the library. Come in a check some out. There are even more scary books in the library than what's on the list above. Ask me where you can find them. And share a scary story with a loved one today!

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