Looking for more than just sugary tales to celebrate All Hallows Eve.or Day of the Dead? Never fear; pick the treat just right for you, whether it be a window or a mirror.
Los Gatos Black on Hallowen by Marisa Montes
Looking for spooky Spanish vocabulary, then this Bilingual Halloween poem is for you.
Behind the Mask by Yangsook Choi
When A Korean-American boy trick or treats in his grandfather’s mask, “Talchum,” a traditional Korean mask dance, meets up with American trick or treat culture.
Shy Mama’s Halloween by Anne Broules illustrated by Leane Morin
Halloween is the way a Russian immigrant family finds acceptance.
Closet Ghosts by Uma Krishnaswami, illustrated by Shiraaz Bhabha
When you move to a new country and find ghosts in your closet, it is time to call on the Indian Hindu monkey god,Hanuman.
Ghost for Breakfast by Stanley Todd Terasaki, illustrated by Shelly Shinjo
In 1920’s California, a Japanese-American boy and his father investigate a field of ghosts and confront their fears.