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Halloween Frenzy!

I’m the Scariest Thing in the Castle
By: Kevin Sherry

I’m the Scariest Thing in the Castle, a board; book is our store manager’s favorite book of this Halloween season! (Hmmmm coincidence?! We wonder!) (Ages 1-3)

Reviewed by: A. Ghost, Books Inc. Mountain View 

 

 

Monsters Eat Whiny Children
By: Bruce Eric Kaplan

I couldn’t put this down— captivating and funny. Makes me wonder, what am I going to have for dinner?? (Ages 4-8)

Reviewed by: Lisa, Books Inc. Mountain View

 

 

 

 

 

Frank was a Monster Who Wanted to Dance

 By: Keith Graves

“…He danced like his shoe size instead of his age.” A Halloween favorite from a few years back, and yes, the author’s real last name is Graves… READ IT AND LAUGH. (Ages 4-8)

Reviewed by: Glen, Books Inc. Mountain View

Bunnicula by James Howe

Can a rabbit be a vampire? Chester, an over imaginative and well-read cat persuades the family dogs Howie and Harold that the newest member of the family is a vampire. Of course, Chester has been wrong before…

Bunnicula is the first in the series that includes The Celery Stalks at Midnight and Howliday Inn; it’s funny, imaginative and full of word play that will delight kids and their parents too. My son and I loved reading these together years ago, it brings back great memories! Ages 8+

Reviewed by: Lisa, Books Inc. Mountain View

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