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HAUNTED HOUSE

By: Disney Book Club

Dark Night

By: Dorothee de Monfreid

Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf . . . tiger . . . and crocodile?!Little Felix is all alone, walking home through the forest when he hears a spooky howling and spots a wolf approaching! His luck...

Pee Wee Scouts: Camp Ghost-Away

By: Judy Delton
illustrated by: Alan Tiegreen

Donuts, donuts, a mountain of donuts. Molly Duff rubs her stomach. She'd like to eat them, but the Pee Wee Scouts are going to sell them. Door to door. To earn badges and help pay for a weekend at camp....


Pee Wee Scouts: Halloween Helpers

By: Judy Delton

Mrs. Peters is missing! The Pee Wees' leader has been called out of town on a family emergency. Who will run their scout meetings now that Mrs. Peters is gone? And who will help the Pee Wees plan their...

Stampede of the Supermarket Slugs

By: Bill Doyle
illustrated by: Scott Altmann

Fast on the fins of Attack of the Shark-Headed Zombie is Bill Doyle's second tale of magic and mayhem.Mr. Cigam has a new job for Keats and Henry. All they have to do is capture one little slug in the...

What Was I Scared Of?

By: Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss in a glowing new format!What were we waiting for? We’ve taken the classic Dr. Seuss short story What Was I Scared Of? (from The Sneetches and Other Stories), added glow-in-the-dark ink,...


The Goblin Baby

By: Berlie Doherty
illustrated by: Lesley Harker

The fairies have stolen Tam’s baby sister—and he has to get her back!Tam wakes up in the middle of the night to the sound of laughing . . . and howling. He runs to his baby sister Blue’s...

BABAR AND THE GHOST

By: Laurent De Brunhoff

Attack of the Shark-Headed Zombie

By: Bill Doyle
illustrated by: Scott Altmann

New to the Random House list is author Bill Doyle with a tale of monsters, magic, and mayhem.After Keats and Henry lose their bikes, they need money—fast. So the help-wanted ad at the supermarket...