Mysteries According to Humphrey by Betty Birney
It’s almost Halloween, but the scariest thing in Room 26 has nothing to do with creepy decorations or spooky noises: Mrs. Brisbane is missing! This might be the biggest mystery Humphrey has ever tried to solve.

Mercy Watson: Princess in Disguise by Kate DiCamillo
Persuaded by the word “treating” to dress up as a princess for Halloween, Mercy the pig’s trick-or-treat outing has some very unexpected results.

Princess Posey and the Monster Stew by Stephanie Green
First-grader Posey and her friends are excited about Halloween, but also a little nervous about trick-or-treating and eating Miss Lee’s monster stew.

Captain Awesome vs. the Spooky, Scary House by Stan Kirby
As Halloween nears, Captain Awesome and Nacho Cheese Man set out to protect Sunnyview from monsters, but when they encounter what may be a real haunted house, they suddenly remember they have homework to do.

Ghost Squad by Claribel Ortega
Shortly before Halloween, Lucely and her best friend, Syd, cast a spell that accidentally awakens malicious spirits, wreaking havoc throughout St. Augustine. Together, they must join forces with Syd’s witch grandmother and her tubby tabby to fight the haunting head-on to reverse the curse.

Beep and Bob: Take Us to Your Sugar by Jonathan Roth
Bob is excited for his first Halloween in space, only to discover that Halloween isn’t celebrated at Astro Elementary! Determined to save their favorite sugary holiday, Beep, Bob, and Lani organize a secret club: S.C.A.R.E.S. (Society of Candy Addicts who Rely on Energy from Sugar).

Stick Dog Craves Candy by Tom Watson
Stick Dog and the gang are on their usual hunt for food, but there is something unusual going on. Little humans are dressed up as creepy witches and spooky ghosts, all carrying big orange buckets!

Dragonbreath: No Such Thing as Ghosts by Ursula Vernon
Not only must Danny and Wendell trick-or-treat with skeptical classmate Christiana, school bully Big Eddy dares them to enter a haunted house on Halloween night, where they may have to sacrifice their candy to a ghost.

Halloween will be a bit different this year, with more household scavenger hunts for candy and less trick-or-treating, but there’s still plenty of fun to be had. And while the Town of Brunswick isn’t able to do a costume parade this year, kids are invited to participate in a virtual costume contest.