To celebrate our 35th birthday, Greenwillow is thrilled (and chilled) to announce new editions of some of our most beloved books—as you’ve never seen them before!
Amelia Bedelia Bites the Dust, by Herman Parish, illustrated by Lynn Sweat
The literal-minded housekeeper can turn even death on its head!
The Witchy Boy, by Sid Fleischman
Jemmy, a poor boy once living on the streets, now has supernatural powers. Prince Brat better watch out.
A Chair for My Undead Mother, by Vera B. Williams
A grave-warming story about one family’s joyful spirit.
Olive’s Black Lagoon, by Kevin Henkes
You know Olive was dead, right? Well this time, the story’s really about her.
Undeadline, by Chris Crutcher
What if you only had one year to live . . . and an eternity in high school afterwards?
The Afterlives of Christopher Chant, by Diana Wynne Jones
Christopher Chant may have nine lives, but what happens when he uses them all up?
“More More More Brains,” Said the Zombie, by Vera B. Williams
Need we say more?
Fright Train, by Donald Crews
A book to truly scare the youngest child.
Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse of Doom, by Kevin Henkes
When Mr. Slinger confiscates Lilly’s prized possessions, Lilly’s fury leads to revenge.
The Demon Queen of Attolia, by Megan Whalen Turner
Once again Megan Whalen Turner will shock readers with a twist they never saw coming.
The New Vampire on the Block, by Jack Prelutsky, illustrated by James Stevenson
Over 100 spooky poems about strange creatures and people!
Ida P . . . and Her Plans to Maximize Fear, Attract Disaster, and (Probably) Destroy the World,
by Katherine Hannigan
How does a fourth grade poltergeist cope when outside forces attempt to move into her orchard? She enters her Black Period, and it is not pretty.
Staying Dead for Sarah Byrnes, by Chris Crutcher
Because friends don’t let friends become zombies.
Ten, Nine, Ate, by Molly Bang
Counting down to bedtime takes a surprising turn when someone isn’t sleepy.