Fall is officially here, which means it’s the perfect time of year for spooky stories! I am working on some fun ones right now about a little bat named Echo and his pack of friends. These slightly spooky stories are sure to be a hit with mystery crowd, and while they won’t be available for purchase until this winter, here are a few other selections that you can enjoy right now. Read these around a campfire or under blankets with a flashlight. Be sure to check out the rest of Capstone’s creepy collection on our website—try entering “spooky” or “scary” and see how many results pop up on your screen!
Clues in the Attic by Cari Meister, part of our My First Graphic Novel collection and perfect for younger readers.
Michael Dahl Presents Super Funny Joke Books Screaming with Laughter: Jokes about Ghosts, Ghouls, Zombies, Dinosaurs, Bugs and other Scary Creatures.
Part of our popular Return to the Library of Doom series, Ghost Writer is a creepy tale about a vengeful writer who sends his enemies mysterious blank books that turn them into phantoms.
For older readers there is Jason Strange, a whole series of spectacularly spooky stories. In The Mothman’s Shadow a camping trip goes horribly wrong for a group of teenage boys.