Children were treated to all things spooky in Scariff Public Library last week. The theme was inspired by this year’s Creepy House summer reading challenge. The week kicked off with the scary film Paranorman for older children on the big screen while the little ones watched cartoons with popcorn and drinks. Tembre De Carteret transformed the filmgoers into spooky creatures with her face paints which proved a hit! On Wednesday children were treated to a Little Monsters story time and a fun bat-making workshop. Children loved the multi-coloured felted snakes they made with Mia Foley on Thursday and were thrilled how you could twist them into different shapes. Friday was the turn of Isabelle Gaborit’s scratched art workshop where children revealed beautiful colourful pictures underneath the black painted surface of their artwork.