I had to go dig out my Halloween box!
Yes, one is The Ghost Eyed Tree.
Here are others that I have used:
*Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich
*It's Halloween (Jack Prelutsky)
*Skeleton Bones & Goblin Groans Poems for Halloween
*Dinner With Dracula A Spine-Tingling Collection of Frighteningly
*Halloween Howls Holiday Poetry
*A Very Scary Jack-O-Lantern
*Ghost's Hour, Spook's Hour (Eve Bunting)
*The Haunted Ghoul Bus
*ABCs of Halloween-^^^^(A Definite Must)^^^^^
There is another one that is just as good as ABCs of Halloween that I check out from our school library, but can't remember the name of it. It is by a well-known author, though.
These books (and other Halloween books) are great for teaching:
*Play on words
My kids' writing comes alive every October. And they truly do remember it and use it the rest of the year. Pulling out my box makes me happily anxious for next year.
1956BD-thank you for asking. I told you once that I wish I could teach with you, as you have SO many neat ideas on PT that you share. Not just ideas, but general teaching information, too. So, if this helps just a little, I'm glad.