Halloween Tales for Middle Readers

Check out Ghosts in the Fourth Grade by Constance Hiser. In this story, A group of friends decide to get even with the class bully by inviting him to a fake Halloween party that is really a haunted house!

From the Nate the Great series, Marjorie Weinman brings Nate the Great & the Halloween Hunt. Full of mystery and adventure, readers will join Nate and his dog who are trying to solve a case of a missing cat on Halloween night.

There's music in the air in Walter the Warlock by Deborah Hautzig. Walter Warlock loves to write music and is thrilled when his father asks him to write a song for the Halloween Ball! The problem is, Walter's father wants him to write the song using magic and Walter wants to do it on his own. Can Walter make his father proud with a song he actually wrote?

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