Winter's Silence - Winter’s Silence, written by Stephanie Silberstein, is the story of a 6-year-old Jewish girl. She is a very creative, intelligent child. A large portion of her time is spent in daydreams. This is probably a good thing, because no little child should have to face what Emily is experiencing.
Hallowe'en Party - Agatha Christie was a master of deception and one of the world’s most famous mystery writers. At the time of year associated with ghosts, witches and murder, it is only fitting to turn to a book by the queen of mysteries.
The Halloween Tree - The Halloween Tree was written by Ray Bradbury, a master of fantasy and science fiction. First published in 1972, it is a classic tale to be enjoyed by young and old alike.
The Magic Hour - The Magic Hour, by James S. Crowley, opens with nine-year-old twin brothers Eddie and Brian preparing to spend their first night alone outside in their tree house. Their friend, Tad, has loaned them a story that he says they must listen to.