Halloween & Fall Library Ideas
For Elementary & Secondary!
Create a fun-filled library to celebrate the season!
A Book A Day Keeps the Monsters Away!
Bulletin Board Themes for Halloween and Fall
- Monstrously Good Reads
- It Came from the Library
- It's no Trick! Reading is a Treat!
- Want Brains? Read a Book! / Devour Books Not Brains
- See What's Brewing in the Library
- Teen Zombie Survivial
- Gobble Up a Good Book
- The Library is a Bushel of Fun
- Save a Turkey! Feast on Books!
- Leaf Through a Good Book
- Dead and Well Read
- Trick ... or Treat Yourself to Some Spooky Books
- Reading is Spooktacular
- Books That Go Bump in the Night
- Dare to be Scared
- These Books Will Scare Your Pants Off
How about a book character pumpkin decorating contest? No carving - just decorating.
Bulletin boards that are fun and not too scary!
Here are a few titles the younger crowd might enjoy... all in OverDrive eBooks!
- "Click Clack Boo!" by Doreen Cronin
- "Pete the Cat and the Five Little Pumpkins" by James Dean
- "Leo - A Ghost Story" by Mac Barnett
- "Creepy Carrots" by Aaron Reynolds
- "I Want to Eat Your Books" by Karin Lefranc
- "Eat Pete" by Michael Rex
- "Monster School: The Spooky Sleepover" by Dave Keane
- "How to Scare a Ghost" by Jean Reagan
- "Goldfish Ghost" by Lisa Brown
- "Olive and the Backstage Ghost" by Michelle Schusterman
- And every R. L. Stine book you could ever hope for...
Titles for teens and tweens - all in OverDrive eBooks!
- "The Graveyard Plot" by Jason Strange
- "Nightmares" by Jason Segel
- "Spirit Hunters" by Ellen Oh
- "Doll Bones" by Holly Black
- "Tales of the Peculiar" by Ransom Riggs
- "Lockwood & Company" - series by Jonathan Stroud
- "I Text Dead People" by Rose Cooper
- "The Girl From the Well" by Rin Chupeco
- "Shadow House" by Dan Poblocki
- "City of Ghosts" by Victoria Schwab
- "Anna Dressed in Blood" by Kendare Blake
- "Ashes" by Ilsa Blick
- "Rot and Ruin" by Jonathan Maberry
- "Dead Boy" by Laurel Gale
Did you know...
The ALA sponsored Teen Read Week in October is now "TeenTober" to encourage a month-long celebration of reading. What spooky books will you display in your library this month to get teens excited about reading?