The other day, I posted a list of some books that are perfect to read to your little one on Halloween. Well, when I’m not reading stuff about fluffy puppies, I often like to venture into worlds of murder, abuse, and psychological torment. Why? I’m not too sure. Watch this video to get some ideas. Of course, do that after you check out this nice, Halloween-related list for grown-ups. I tried to pick books that are not only gross and depraved, but are also well-written and thought-provoking.
I started working as a children’s librarian two months ago. It’s kind of the best job ever. I get to read all the new picture books that come our way, and ’tis the season for stories about… I thought it’d be fun to put together a list of books you can read to your kids/students/siblings/nieces+nephews/drunk 25-year-old friends this October. Five oldies and five titles that were published in either 2014 or 2015.