Brent Jensen, one of the creators of Sir Owen, the Little Free Library, shares his picks for Halloween reading. You can find out more about All Hallows Read here.
"Frankenstein" by Rick Walton: funny picture book for young children by a local Utah author.
"Bunnicula" by James Howe: easy-going dog and conspiracy-theorist cat must contend with new family pet rabbit, whom the cat suspects is a vampire.
"The Graveyard Book" by Neil Gaiman: a boy whose parents were killed is raised by ghosts and other graveyard inhabitants. Award winning book and a favorite of middle readers.
"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" 85% original Jane Austin text, infused with 15% zombie mayhem. Because what teenager hasn't wanted to spice up high-school English class on occasion?