By Lexi Coleman
Halloween is just around the corner, and you don’t know what you’re going to do on this spectacular holiday. Why don’t you just read a spooky scary Halloween story? Here are five of the most spookiest books you should read on Halloween!
1. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark By Alvin Schwartz
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a collection of
wicked crazy short stories that will creep the crap out of you!
2.The Legend of Sleepy Hallow (and Other Tales)
By Washington Irving
The Legend of Sleepy Hallow is about a man name Ichabod Crane who moved to Tarry Town, then he fell in love and gets driven out by a man with no head on a horse.
3. The Shining By Stephen King
The Shining is a story about Jack Torrance, a writer who has a caretaker’s job to take care of the Overlook Hotel while it’s closed in the winter. Jack takes his wife and child, Wendy and Danny, to the hotel with him in complete isolation and things go crazy.
4.(Poetry for Young People) Edgar Allan Poe
By Edgar Allan Poe
(Poetry for Young People) Edgar Allan Poe contains some of the most widely known
Edgar Allan Poe poems and short stories with fascinating illustrations.
5. It By Stephen King
It is a story about seven friends who bonded over a summer of opaqueness. Almost 30 years later they
reunite to figure out what happened during that terrifying summer.
I LIKE TOAST AND CHICKEN!!!
Caution : Some of this stories are graphic and you might want to leave the light on while sleeping after reading these books. You can find all of this great titles in the Foley Public Library, and you can even locate some in at our own Foley High School Library!