Zen Ghosts by Jon J. Muth. The author of Zen Ties and Zen Shorts has a charming Halloween story to share.
Dark Emperor and Other Poems of the Night, written by Joyce Sidman and illustrated by Rick Allen. While not strictly speaking a Halloween book, this title appealed to us because of another by Sidman that we've enjoyed--Butterfly Eyes and Other Secrets of the Meadow--a great spring read!
Gobbolino The Witch's Cat, written by Ursula Moray Williams and illustrated by Paul Howard. This shortish chapter book was a read-aloud at the homeschooling co-op we used to attend a few years ago, but two of my three were not present to hear the story at the time, so we're giving it a go here at home this week.
The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury. Unbeknownst to me, this haunted space-time adventure has also been made into a movie, which doesn't appear to be available on DVD (though Amazon sells the VHS for $12 or so), but it is available on YouTube (in parts). As with any video recommendations, I highly suggest parental pre-watching to determine appropriateness for your own kiddos!
Book Sharing Monday is hosted by Canadian Home Learning. Happy reading!