Meet Toby: a young monster who has skin like a fish, fur like a dog, and smells like cotton candy when he gets excited. He lives with his family in the basement of Marymount Mansion and once a year ventures out into the real world when everyone is dressed for Halloween. Toby becomes frustrated with hiding below ground and sets off on an all-important quest.
The Monster Hotel is a story about Halloween, monsters, and the Monster Hotel, a place where monsters stay during weekends and Howlidays. Two children want to go to the hotel to see it for themselves but they are warned that they may scare the monsters, who have never seen children. Experience the hotel for yourself and see what it’s like with your very own eyes.
A magical adventure awaits young readers in, “Boo Who?,” when a precocious girl named Gracie, her dog, Sniggles, and their friends; Bob, a crotchety crow; Lucy, an eccentric cat; and an anxiety-filled squirrel named Ziggy, befriend a fearful little ghost, Boo Montague, at the Hocus Pocus Pumpkin Patch. Boo was shunned by the other ghosts because he’s cheerful, not spiteful and frightful. Gracie invites Boo to join them for Halloween.
It’s Theodore’s first Halloween and he’s excited and ready! Bobbing for apples? Check. Carving a pumpkin? Check. Scary stories? Check. But what is he going to wear for trick-or-treating?
Finding a costume to match a pet dog for Halloween isn’t easy. You have to be creative. Some ideas are funny, spooky, or pretty. Getting the dog to keep a costume on is the tricky part.
A fun story about getting ready to trick-or-treat perfect for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and Kindergarteners.