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TPiB: Turn Your Library into Lovecraft Middle School (spooky crafts and Halloween fun)

Halloween is one of my most favorite times of the year.  The leaves turn beautiful colors and glide gently to the ground, perfect for leaf pile jumping.  Everyone gets to dress up.  And there is candy.  Lots and lots and lots of candy.  I may or may not be the parent who sneaks candy out of the candy stash after my kids go to bed.  In my love for Halloween, I have set up my library as a haunted house a couple of times.  And as I read through the Tales from Lovecraft Middle School series, I can’t help but think that this is not only the perfect Halloween read, but the perfect programming tie-in.

Tales from Lovecraft Middle School is a series about school that was built where a bizarre house used to stand.  Now, there are portals in the school, gateways to another dimension where this house once stood.  And sometimes strange, terrifying creatures come through the portals.  Not everyone knows about them, but Robert and Glenn do.  These are fun, slightly terrifying tales for middle grade readers – think a modern day take on Lovecraft for the Goosebumps set.  I’ve read all four books and they are more fun then scary, perfect for the MG crowd.

You can turn your library into a haunted house (Pinterest is your friend to research this).  Also, there are a few fun hands on activities below you can do for a program.

Gargoyle Stained Glass

 

Book 1 of LCMS is called Professor Gargoyle, so of course a gargoyle craft is a great idea.  Follow this link to Free Kids Crafts for a complete list of materials and instructions.  If you are ambitious, you can make gargoyles out of non-bake clay and let it dry.

Snake Charming

Book 2 involves two sisters who have snakes for hair, ala Medusa.  Oriental Trading (every librarian’s friend) has wooden wiggly snakes you can purchase and let participants color.  You can also make these springy spiral snake mobiles to hang from the ceiling or make these cool paper folded snakes.

Buggy Crafts and Games

Book 3 involves bugs.  There are no shortage of bug crafts out there.  Again, Pinterest is probably your friend here.  This bug is made from a calculator and school supplies.  I love this spiderweb made with colored chalk and school glue.  I also think it would be fun to buy some Hexo Bugs (not cheap, but you can buy them in bulk) and let the kids build HexoBug parks/arenas out of boxes, etc. and do some racing/fighting.

Monster Lab

Book 4 has a sinister substitute teacher and an army of monsters.  For some hands on monster fun you can either do an Exquisite Corpse activity (directions here) or pull out your left over craft supplies and let the kids loose to make their own monsters.  I love craft closet clean out!  You can also check out these previous posts: It’s a Dead Man’s Party , Bring Out Your Dead and Monster Fest.

You could also do some face painting and a monster make-up lab. 

Instagram It

The people in my neighborhood are already starting to decorate for Halloween.  Get out your smart phone and take pictures.  You can then Instagram them to add atmosphere and, if you like, add words to create cool signage for the season.  You can use your pics to create bookmarks, wall or end cap art, and more.

Here is some more random fun that you can throw in:

Tombstone Making : You can find instructions (and lots of other fun Halloween themed ideas) at It’s Written on the Wall.

Ghost Lights

Bat Mobile (which you can also turn into garland)

Creeptacular Touch Test: Check it out here at Craft Interrupted

Eyeball Miniature Golf – Make a min golf course (book ends, boxes, tubes, etc.) and use these floating eye ball balls as your golfball.

Additional Resources
20 Mod Podge Halloween Craft Tutorials
50 Halloween Crafts & Ideas 

Haunted House Pinterest Board Ideas
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The Tales from Lovecraft Middle School are written by Charles Gilman and published by Quirk Books.

Book Review: Monsters by Ilsa J. Bick

A bolt of bright yellow light sprang from the dark. Nearly blinded by the glare, Alex squinted and would have put a hand up if she hadn’t needed both to hang on. Belatedly, she realized that the light must be for her. The Changed saw very well in the dark. She saw Wolf, his legs braced against rock, dangling from some kind of crude rope harness looped around both thighs.

Sniffed me out, just like I caught his scent earlier this morning. Came to get me. Had he tracked them all along? Possibly. The Changed followed a route, kept to a pattern. So maybe Wolf had bided his time, waiting to see if she was still alive, then planned a way to get her out. Before the Zap, when Wolf was Simon Yeager and not a monster, maybe he and his friends had done a lot of rock climbing, exploring all the ins and outs of the Rule mine.

Then she remembered: Tom. Her heart stuttered. Tom had been up there. He’d called to her, and then she’d heard shots. “Did you kill him?” She was so afraid for Tom she thought her chest would break. Was Tom lying dead in the snow because of her? “If you killed him, if you hurt him . . .”

Wolf said nothing. He couldn’t. But now that he was so close, she smelled something else in all that mist and shadow: a scent sweet and . . gentle, a light perfume of lilacs and honeysuckle. Her dad’s face suddenly flickered in a quick flashbulb of memory: Jump to me, sweetheart.
“Safe.” The word slipped off her tongue. For an instant, where she was, what was happening, ceased to matter. It was as if she and Wolf had slipped into a private, silent, well-lit room built only for them. And not only safe. . . “Home,” she whispered. “Family?”

The scent deepened. His face smoothed, and for a second, there was the ghost of Chris- the lips she had kissed, the angles and planes of a face her fingers knew- and she felt her monster suddenly reach; was aware of an ache and a fiery burn that was need and desire flowing like lava through her veins.

The monster knows Wolf. This was new, as was the hard throb in her neck and the claw of something so close to raw, red yearning that she felt the rake of it across her chest. What the hell was going on? The times her mind had sidestepped from her to end up behind the eyes of the Changed- Spider, Leopard, Wolf- had been few, and mainly in response to their intense emotion, not hers. Long ago, Kincaid wondered if her tumor was reorganizing, the monster becoming something separate and distinct from her. God, and now it has. The monster wants Wolf.

“No, I’m in control,” she ground out, no longer sure whether she spoke to the monster or Wolf. She clung to the rock. “I’m Alex. I’m not a mon-“

CRACK!

A yelp bulleted from her mouth. The sound, somewhere to her left, had been enormous. At first, Alex thought she saw more water, a wide stream running a jagged dark course over stone. But then there were more snaps and cracks, the crisp sounds like thick ice over a deep lake in the dead of winter, because ice is restless, never still, always in flux, the stress building and building to the breaking point. Before her eyes, that jagged seam became a black lightning bolt, growing wider and darker and longer . . . Water still swirled around her waist, but now she also detected an insidious tug, much stronger than before.

From above came a hard bang and a thunk as rocks ricocheted and rebounded before slamming down in a stony fusillade. Crack! The rock wall squealed, singing with the strain.Crack-CRACK!

And that was when the Uzi actually moved.

Terror blazed through her veins. Almost without thinking, she sprang, her right hand splayed in a grab. If her ankle shrieked, she didn’t feel it. All she saw were Wolf’s hands, the one knotted in her parka and the other, gloved, clinging to the taut snake of rope that would have to be strong enough to hold them both. She felt his wrist sock into her palm, and then she was swinging a half-assed trapeze move as Wolf whipped her, hard and fast, like a stone in a bolo, trying to fold her against his chest. He might have done it, too. He had the strength she lacked, and he was solidly anchored besides. But then the Uzi shifted again, a sharp jolt down that knocked the breath from her chest.

She missed, dropping as the rock crumbled beneath her feet. Skating away, the Uzi was swept in a sudden tidal surge into this new and ever-expanding fissure, one that had grown so wide it was a sideways grin and then a toothless leer and then a black scream that matcher her own.
In the next instant, the wall shattered and split and opened with a roar.

The Review:

In the conclusion to the Ashes trilogy, everyone is fighting, and no one seems to be on the same side. Alex is fighting against Wolf and his pack of Changed even while learning their secrets, and while fighting against the monster in her head. Chris has left Rule and has fallen in with a band of travelers who may or may not be his salvation- if he can survive. And Tom has found refuge with a band former military vets who have the destruction of Rule their main goal, and have the perfect solider in Tom, especially when they twist tales of Chris’s and Alex’s relationship. Threatened by The Changed, the Saved, and everyone else, will Alex, Tom, and Chris be able to survive the darkest hours? Or will they finally fall to their foes?

Those who loved Ashes and Shadows will love the action in Monsters- it does NOT let up, just shifts points of view through the huge cast of characters that Black has created throughout her series. Familiar characters in the previous books come back for the final book, and almost all of the plot lines (see after the spoiler space for one that bugged me) are tied up relatively neatly (who are Wolf and the others, and what are their relationships to those in Rule? Why are the ones against Rule working from within?) in a huge and satisfying conclusion that is not a nice, neat, or pretty bow, unlike so many other series’ conclusions.  The narration does jump back and forth between characters frequently, so a close reading is recommended. 4 out of 5 stars. Definitely pair with other zombie fiction series such as Rot and Ruin or The Forest of Hands and Teeth.

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I read the whole series back to back, and even I had a bit of trouble keeping track of the narration and cast of characters in Monsters, so I was really glad that there was at least a small guide in the back of the book. I would have been happier if it had been in the front- it detailed what happened to who in the first two books. For those who had waited a year between Shadows and Monsters, it might be a bit hard to keep track of who Greg was, or Sarah.

I really enjoyed the detail and the writing within the story, and the fact that (as my teens say) Black used “big words.” Sometimes, it seems that YA literature does not use the full beauty and complexity of the English language, which can challenge teens, but they want and need that in writing- otherwise they can grow stagnant.

I really liked the fact that Alex was the main focus, and Alex was the one to save herself, although the whole thing with the love …triangle? I guess you’d call it square since it’s her, Tom, Chris, and Wolf… stuff gets really weird after a while. There are some scenes in there where it seems like Alex is really losing it, and falling for Wolf seems to be part of it. I adore the climax, however, and I really do like the end.

The one thing that bugged me, however, that probably won’t bug a lot of readers, is that they never explained what set off the EMP. At the beginning of Ashes and the whole series, everything is set in motion by a huge electromagnetic pulse. I get that- I understand science things. But no one explains where it came from; we get the science of the Changed, and the biology of what may or may not happen in the future, so we can know what will happen with Chris and the others, but there’s no explanation of WHY anything happened. It’s a pet peeve of mine, and it is just a smudge in my overall enjoyment of the series, but it’s still a buggy, naggy thing.

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An Interview with Monster Hunters (Guest post by D. C. McGannon and C. Michael McGannon)

D.C. McGannon and C. Michael McGannon, authors of Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters: The Varcolac’s Diary, are on the set of their second book Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters: Witch Moon to interview characters from the books. Here they are with Darcy Witherington (Books 1 and 2) and Kerinnon (Book 1) engaged in an entertaining chat about some of the adventures from both books and what they’ve learned from their trials and sacrifices. Plus, there is an important message at the end of the interview that may just save someone’s life.




D.C.: Thanks for having us guys! D.C. McGannon here with my coauthor and son, C. Michael McGannon.

Michael: Greetings, earthlings!

D.C.: [Chuckles] We’re on the set of our second book, Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters: Witch Moon, which is just about wrapped up and ready to ship out this fall. Everyone is pretty busy with fight scenes and plot twists, but we were able to pull Darcy Witherington, one of the main characters from both books, away for a short interview.

Darcy: Hey, everyone! [Waves]

Michael: As well, we have here with us a special guest from Book 1: The Varcolac’s Diary. Kerinnon. As you all should remember, Kerinnon was the legendary and spooky ferryman from the first book, and was able to step away from his busy schedule of ferrying people between magical worlds to meet with us today.

Kerinnon: ….

Michael: Kerinnon?

Kerinnon: ….

Michael: [Shrugs at D.C.]

D.C.: KERINNON, how are you doing today?

Kerinnon: OH, ARE WE ON? [Taps on lapel mic] BONJOUR, Y’ALL! HOW’RE ALL YOU THIS FINE DAY?

D.C.: There you are….

Michael: Hey, Kerinnon, glad you could visit with us today.

Kerinnon: [In a groovy, bluesy voice] PLEASE, CALL ME BONE DADDY, Y’ALL.

Michael: Oh…o-okay. Bone Daddy….

D.C.: Darcy, it looks like you and the other Monster Hunters have been put through a lot lately in the new book. How are you all faring on the set of Book 2?

Darcy: [Laughs sarcastically] Well, D.C., I can say it’s sure been loads of fun, thanks in no small part to you, cough, cough. [D.C. smiles sheepishly] Travelling non-stop, eating stale bread, some really gross soup, and trail-mix. None of us have had a proper meal or a shower in days. I’d kill for a hot shower right now! So, I’m pretty tired, bruises everywhere from all the fight scenes, I’m in another country, and I smell. How does it sound like we’re doing to you?

Michael: You and the other Monster Hunters do look pretty rough. Is this just from the journey or—

Darcy: Oh no, there has been a lot of fighting. Totally brutal! You know, battling for our lives, unheard of monsters, foreign lands that are nothing but magic and danger…and dangerous magic…that kind of thing. Know what I mean? Thanks for the macchiato by the way. It’s been too long!

D.C.: No problem, I remembered from the first book how much you loved them. Correct me if I’m wrong, but part of the difficulty you are having in Book 2, and one of the biggest reasons it is so much more dangerous for you, is because you guys are not in the Otherworld this time, like in Book 1: The Varcolac’s Diary, right? You’re fighting in our world, without the power of the Otherworld to help you get over small cuts and bruises.

Darcy: Are you saying I can’t handle a few cuts and bruises? Really?

D.C.: Well, no, I mean—

Darcy: Listen. Lisa, Aisling, and me are in this group full of guys, but truth be told we’re doing a lot more of the hard fights. We’ve faced off against wolves, kelpie, I personally dealt with this giant…gross…monster-thing – I don’t know what that thing was actually – and Lisa was telling me about the powrie she went one-on-one with. And where were the boys? Can you tell me that? Where are the guys and who are they fighting this time around? Huh?

Bone Daddy: I THINK Y’ALL MADE THE LADY UPSET.

Darcy: I don’t think it’s so much that our powers are not enhanced by being in the Otherworld. I think it’s because we are being separated and facing a lot more crazy stuff without all of us right next to each other. You kinda’ get used to fighting with the team. Now, with Liev…. Oh, wait, I’m not supposed to talk about that am I? Sorry.

Michael: [Laughing nervously] Moving on, you mentioned Aisling. For those in the audience, Aisling is a local girl the Monster Hunters have met. And she’s not the only new addition to the team. How is it, working with these new characters?

Darcy: It’s been great. Aisling’s really smart and fun. I think she’s sweet on Charlie, too, which has stirred a certain other person up, but I won’t get into that either, even though I absolutely love watching it all [Giggles]. There’s Priest and Chen, of course. Those two are really cool to work with, for old people. And Maurie too, she’s got to be one of the strongest women I’ve ever met.

D.C.: Priest and Chen aren’t that old, are they?

Darcy: Well, yeah, they totally are. Besides Priest having gray hair, he and Chen both were frozen in time for, like, two-hundred years or so. I’d say that’s old.

D.C: True, I had forgotten about that. Still, from what I saw earlier today Priest still knows how to hold a sword, and Chen could probably kick even my butt. [Laughs]

Michael: That’s all I think we can say about Witch Moon without giving too much away. Darcy, Kerinnon—

Bone Daddy: YOU MEAN BONE DADDY?

Michael: Er, yes, Bone Daddy. Darcy, Bone Daddy, how do you feel about the re-release of The Varcolac’s Diary this month just before Book 2 comes out?

Darcy: I think it’s great! Totally excited about it.

Bone Daddy: IT’S JAZZALICIOUS, MAN. I’M READING THROUGH DEM PAGES AGAIN, REALLY DIGGING IT.

D.C.: While it’s probably a little ways off, if there was ever a Monster Hunters movie made, what movie stars could you two see filling your roles?

Bone Daddy: WELL, DAT’S A TRICKY ONE, D.C., MON AMI. Y’SEE, I’D HAVE LOVED FOR SOMEBODY LIKE KIETH DAVID TO PLAY ME. HE’S GOT A FAAANTASTIC VOICE AND COULD REALLY GET THAT CAJUN VIBE DOWN, I THINK. THEN I REMEMBER Y’ALL WANTED NO ACCENT FOR THE BOOK, SO MY OWN GROOVY LOUISIANA DRAWL PROBABLY WON’T BE SHOWIN’ UP IN NONE DEM MOVIES EITHER, AM I RIGHT?

Michael: Kerinno—Bone Daddy, I apologize, I just thought it would seem kind of silly in the book to have this skeleton dude in a magical, legendary world with a French Quarter accent.

Bone Daddy: YEAH. SO, I’M THINKIN’ IF A MONSTER HUNTERS MOVIE DOES GET MADE, I’M GONNA WANT SOMEONE WITH A BRITISH ACCENT PLAY THE ROLE.

D.C.: A British accent?

Bone Daddy: DAT’S RIGHT, MY MAN. A COOL, SEXY BRITISH SOUND. LIKE BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH, OR MAYBE IAN MCKELLEN OR ALAN RICKMAN. YEEAAH MAN, OL’ ALAN’S GOT DAT DEEP SOUND, SOOTHES MY SOUL. HE COULD DO IT.

D.C.: Alan Rickman?

Bone Daddy: YEAH, YA KNOW, BRITISH ACCENTS ARE ALL THE RAGE THESE DAYS. SEEMS LIKE IF YA WANNA BE FUNNY, BRITISH ACCENT. YOU WANNA BE HOT LIKE A BAYOU BREEZE, BRITISH ACCENT. DON’T KNOW WHAT’S ALL TO DO WITH DEM BRITISH ACCENTS AND ALL, BUT I GUESS IF I WANNA LOOK SMOOTH IN MY MOVIE, IT’S A BRITISH ACCENT ALL THE WAY!

Michael: Actually, that’s a pretty good idea.

D.C.: Darcy, are there any stars that you think could portray you well?

Darcy: Well, me of course. Whenever you get the ball rolling on the movie deal, I’ll start my career in acting.

Michael: But you’re a Monster Hunter. Wouldn’t schedules clash from time to time?

Darcy: [Flipping her hair over her shoulder] Oh I’m sure we could work it out. Who better to play me, than me, right?

D.C.: Sure, right, I suppose. Who am I to argue?

Darcy: Right! Who are you to argue?

D.C.: Moving on… Is there a message in either book that you feel is important for people to hear, or is this just about monsters and adventures in magical worlds?

Darcy: No, no. I think, even though there are some really freaky monsters, we do some amazing stunts, and, of course, with our newly discovered “gifts”, the message you find in the story is much bigger. The Monster Hunters as a team are made up of so many different types of people and personalities. I mean, we didn’t even like each other before all this began. When you really break it down, the cliques we were hanging out in, and the things we were doing in school every day was probably not the best way to be acting. I think people like Nash, Lisa, her brother Liev, and even Charlie probably didn’t have a whole lot of fun at school. They were always being ridiculed, or at least talked about, and a lot of times getting in trouble for things they didn’t do….

Bone Daddy: NO GOOD, JUS’ NO GOOD AT ALL!

Darcy: Yeah, totally, so… You know, I think there are a lot of people that get picked on that we don’t even realize. And we definitely don’t know just how bad it makes them feel. What’s worse is when I started hanging out with the other Monster Hunters, I realized just how much of a jerk I was being to others. I never really meant it, but I was just so caught up with myself and my friends and what people thought about me, that I would treat others like dirt sometimes….

Bone Daddy: NO GOOD, JUS’ NO GOOD AT ALL!

Darcy: [Giving Bone Daddy a nasty sideways glance] SO…. I think a message we’ve all heard loud and clear is that we definitely need to treat each other better. Be nicer to people and just figure out how to do the right thing, regardless of who it is and even, especially, if they are different than you.

Bone Daddy: DATS GOOOOD, DATS REAAAAL GOOD!

Darcy: Yeah, and totally, like, another great message I think is teamwork. There are really big things we can do in life. Significant things. But you can’t do it all by yourself. It takes working together. A lot of what we figured out during the writing of Book 1 is that we really needed each other. And the more different we were, the more we didn’t understand each other, the more, we realized, we needed each other’s help. It was really cool. And you know what? Some of my best friends now are Charlie, Lisa, Liev, Nash, Fish, and Dink!

Bone Daddy: SWEEEEET, LIKE BUBBLIN’ JUMBALAYA!

Darcy: Really?! Jumbalaya? Bone Daddy you are one freaky…skeleton…type…monster, thingy.

Bone Daddy: THANK YOU. YOU ARE ONE COOL CAT YOURSELF!

[Awkward glances all around…]

D.C.: OK…. Well, Darcy, those are really good insights to think about. Thank you. As an author, I do think it is important to treat others right and do the right thing, no matter what. And life is much bigger than just one of us. We are all here for a reason, and we need to realize that about each other.

Michael: I agree. Personally a huge message I see in the books is Good wins! No matter the sacrifice – and you all have had some pretty big sacrifices so far – do the right thing and stick together, and Good will win. Say, Bone Daddy, in all of your travels and all the lands you’ve served as a Ferryman, what is the most interesting thing you’ve seen on your Ferry?

Bone Daddy: HMMM…. PROLLY DEM CRAZY TEENAGERS WHO STOOD UP TO DAT CRAZY WITCH WOMAN IN BOOK 1. I THINK THEY CALLED HER THE SAGEMISTRESS OR SOMETHIN’. SHE WAS ONE BAD JUJU KIND OF WOMAN. NO GOOD AT ALL! THEN DEM MONSTER HUNTERS [Points thumb toward Darcy] CAME ALONG, PAID ME MY FARE AND JUS’ ABOUT GOT US ALL KILLED! SHE WAS A BAD ONE, DAT WITCH WOMAN. AND DEM MONSTER HUNTERS, WITH CHARLIE AND THOSE CRAZY RED EYES OF HIS, NOW DAT DUDE WAS SPOOKY…MAYBE A LITTLE TOO CRAZY FOR MY GUMBO!

[Darcy flashes a proud smile to both of us]

[Nash Stormstepper, from off screen: Darcy! You done yet? The full moon is up tonight, we kinda’ need to hurry! World to save and all….]

Darcy: I’ll be right there guys! Sorry, guys, I gotta go. They are waiting on me to write the next scene. Deadlines and all….

D.C.: Well, Darcy, Bone Daddy, we won’t keep you. I know you’ve got to get to Drakauragh before the full moon, Darcy. And, Bone Daddy, I’m sure there are monsters and souls waiting for your ferry service.

Darcy: It’s been a pleasure!

Bone Daddy: A REAL PLEASURE! Y’ALL HAVE SOME GOOD JUJU GOIN’ ON HERE.

Michael: Thank you, Kerinnon! I think….

D.C.: I wish you both the best of luck! And to everyone out there watching or reading this, we hope you’re as excited as we are for the release of Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters: Witch Moon, book 2 in the series.

Michael: And for the second edition of book 1, The Varcolac’s Diary! If you haven’t read the first book in Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters, be sure to grab the second edition this Fall! Action, adventure, romance, aliens…!

D.C.: We don’t have aliens in our book, Michael.

Michael: Right, action, adventure, monsters…!

D.C.: I think they get the point.

Michael: Oh. Okay.

D.C.: Right, so check it all out at www.MonsterHunters-TheBook.com, and be sure to keep checking through the Fall for updates and news! Thanks for having us and we’ll see you next time.

Michael: Seeya!

[D.C., Michael, and Darcy all appear courtesy of Wyvern’s Peak Publishing & Entertainment, LLC. Bone Daddy / Kerinnon appears courtesy of his legendary status.]

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D.C. and Michael McGannon would like to remind everyone that October is National Bullying Prevention Month and encourage everyone to learn how to respond to the problem of bullying appropriately with the many resources available to us through our local libraries, schools, and other available help. We believe, together, we can make a difference! Please educate yourself and remain aware of this dangerous and pervasive problem facing our nation right now. Over 250,000 students stayed home from school today because of bullying. Your response may save someone’s life!


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