Frangoline and the Midnight Dream by Clemency Pearce & illustrated by Rebecca Elliott
During the day, Frangoline’s a perfect little angel. But in the darkest shadows of night, when all good children are sleeping tight, this little imp dons her jet-black cape and makes a break for it! Out the window, across the grass, screeching like a banshee, twirling like a dervish! The worried Moon looks down, warning, “Little ones should be in bed!” “You can’t tell me what to do. I’m Frangoline!” she says. But when Frangoline’s dancing antics wake the dead and they chase her to the tippy-top of the church steeple, how will she escape? And will she learn her lesson?
The Sleepless Little Vampire by Richard Egielski
Even creatures of the night can find it hard to sleep! What could possibly be keeping a little vampire up tonight? Is it the growling of werewolves? Is it the cackling of witches? Is it the rattling of skeletons? No! It’s that all scary creatures sleep during the DAY, silly! This gentle, read-aloud romp gathers all the favorite fall frighties together for a book that’s a year-round pleasure.