With witty banter and an engaging plotline, Malcolm Webster, (Aspiring) 5th Grade Whiz Kid is a charming book that will amuse readers of all ages.
In many cultures, the end of October brings celebrations to mark not only the changing of the seasons, but to honor and recognize those that have gone before us. Many believe that there is a thinning of the barrier between the physical and spiritual world that can lead to inexplicable—and sometimes frightening—encounters. If you enjoy a little scare without directly experiencing a visit from the spirit world, check out the books below!
With the end of summer drawing nigh, I can’t help but be excited for Fall and all it entails—the cooler temps, apple and pumpkin picking at a local farm, apple cider donuts, and Halloween! Halloween was one of my favorite holidays growing up, and I especially loved reading books to immerse myself into the spirit of the season. Now I’m able to share my love of this time of year with my son, and there’s no better way than snuggling up on the couch in the evening with him and one of these fun, spooky books!