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Dav Pilkey's "The Hallo-Wiener" is among the picture books Malibu Library staff recommend for young readers at Halloween.
Scott Steepleton, Editor
10:59 am PDT October 20, 2020

Halloween is around the corner and the staff of the Malibu Library has put together a list of books that will keep you creeped out until then.

Here they are, from the titles suitable for youngsters to those for adults.

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The library is located at 23519 West, Civic Center Way. Call 310-456-6438.

Board Books

“Llama Llama Trick-or-Treat,” Anna Dewdney

“Five Little Pumpkins,” Dan Yaccarino

“Baby Touch and Feel: Halloween,” DK Publishing

Picture Books

“Over in the Hollow,” Rebecca Dickinson

"The Hallo-Wiener,” Dav Pilkey

Pete the Cat: Trick or Pete,” James Dean

Where's My Mummy?” Carolyn Crimi

"The Spooky Wheels on the Bus,” J. Elizabeth Mills

“Goodnight Goon,” Michael Rex

“A Tiger Called Tomas,” Charlotte Zolotow

“The Frightful Ride of Michael McMichael,” Bonnie Becker

“Creepy Carrots,” Aaron Reynolds

Teen Books

“The Witches,” Roald Dahl

Goosebumps,” R.L. Stine

"Cirque du Freak,” Darren Shan

“Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,” Alvin Schwartz

“A Monster Calls,” Patrick Ness

Adult Books

“The Shining,” Stephen King

“Complete Tales and Poems,” Edgar Allen Poe

“Dracula/Stoker: The Historian,” Elizabeth Kostova

The Thirteenth Tale,” Diane Setterfield

“The Halloween Tree,” Ray Bradbury