Spooky Stories for Brave Kids
We've just released a very unscary story full of MONSTROUS ... apple trees? and FRIGHTENING ... rainbows!? The Unscary Book is a book from usually giggling (and this time also giggling and not at all frightened) storyteller Jimmy Rees and creator Nick Bland for the children out there who like the not-so-scary things! But we know that there are some kids out there who really do like scary stories. We've put together some of our spookiest stories for halloween, sure to scare even the bravest of kids.*
My dead bunny's name is Brad,
his odour is extremely bad.
He visits me when I'm in bed,
but Bradley wasn't always dead ...
After unexpectedly being fried and dug up by his owner, zombie bunny Brad decides to hang around his former home, much to the horror of the family. It's a terror-filled tale from James Foley and Sigi Cohen.
I’m scared of them.
But not jelly snakes.
They’re scared of me.
Especially the yummy ones that taste like pineapple.
Everyone is scared of something ... And anyone could be scared of anything from alien zombies and bees to escalators and knees! Danny Katz and Mitch Vane have created an encyclopaedia of all the scary things.
Are you ready for a spooky story?
Aaron Blabey unleashes his creative creepiness to deliver words and illustrations for The Ghost of Miss Annabel Spoon, with a very spooky reading from Nick Cave.
Once upon a scary night, three friends set out on a journey.
Hare, Cat and Pig wander through the darkness.
But, where are they going? It’s a mystery!
Chanelle Sheehan puts her theatrical chops to perfect use as she takes readers on a journey to find out where.
This is a wonderfully creepy tale written by Lesley Gibbes, with just the right amount of scare factor for 3-6 year olds. And little ones will be captured by Stephen Michael King’s illustrations all the way to the not-so-scary end.
Poor Miss Corker, what is she going to do with 4F, the class without a yearning for learning?
Writer and comedian Chris Taylor brings to life Leigh Hobbs' frightening but loveable set of characters. Packed with loads of drama, conflict and suspense, Chris' telling of this story is guaranteed to deliver many laughs for children and adults alike. Will Miss Corker survive the mayhem? Be sure to keep listening for the exciting twist at the end.
*WARNING: Themes explored in these books may not be suitable for younger children. We strongly suggest you refer to the suggested age level before watching these stories to avoid sleepless nights talking about ghosts that may or may not be in your house.