Halloween Book Recommendations

Halloween display of books

For Halloween we have a lovely display of some spooky reads for kids. I’ve also added a few recommendations for adults below.

Witchstorm by Tim Tilley

Will must find the witch’s treasure in order to save his Mother. But someone else is searching for it too, and if the treasure falls in the wrong hands Will could lose his home and his Mother.

Available to lend now

Rules for Vampires by Alex Foulkes

Vampires are bound by the Vampiric Laws. And unfortunately, 11-year-old Leo has just forgotten rule number one . . . The Rules for Vampires don’t tell you what to do when you make a ghostly enemy, or accidentally restart an ancient war. But Leo and her very unusual family are more than up to the job.

Available to lend now

Diary of a Wimpy Vampire by Tim Collins

Nigel became a vampire at fifteen so he hangs out with the Goths and emo kids due to his pale skin and social awkwardness, and constantly battling his embarrassingly overwhelming desire to sink his fangs into Chloe’s neck. Will Nigel ever get his girl?

Available to lend now

We also have Titchy Witch books by Rose Impey and The Wickedest Witch by Katie Dale and Harry Potter books.

And for adults:

The Birds and Other Stories by Daphne du Maurier

Most are familiar with the titular story from Alfred Hitchcock’s adaptation. The story is of a small town trying to survive as a large flock of violent birds descended on them.

Available to lend now (in the classics section)

The Children God Forgot by Graham Masterton

This is a sequel to Ghost Virus (2018). After a woman gives birth to a tentacled monster, DC Jerry Pardoe and DS Jamila Patel’s investigation takes them to the sewers where the dead come back to life, witchcraft is the only force strong enough to save you…

Available to lend now

Or you could read something by the king of horror Stephen King. We can order classic novels such as It, The Shining and Misery.

You can check which books are currently in the library at https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/leisure-and-community/libraries

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