A Very Scary Half-Term: Creepy, Crawly and Downright Dangerous!



Forget the treats, today we’re talking about tricks! In between dreaming of the perfect costume and the sweets you’ll be gathering on Saturday, don’t forget Halloween can be downright scary.

In his travels across time and space, Doctor Who has met hundreds of monsters. He knows a thing or two about the creepy and crawly and he’s created a handy spotter’s guide to the biggest, smallest, tallest, hungriest, smelliest and most dangerous creatures in the Whoniverse – like this Giant Spider! You never know what tricks Halloween may bring, but rest assured you’ll find everything you need to know about each dangerous monster, advice for battling them and how and when to make a speedy escape in Doctor Who: The Dangerous Book of Monsters.

Did somebody say Danger?! We interrupt this post with an important safety reminder from dangerologist Docter Noel Zone: don’t forget Halloween can be downright dangerous. Heed this warning and follow his costume advice, PODs!


Finally, just like we promised, and because it wouldn’t be a proper Halloween without a few tricks mixed in with the treats, here’s Dennis and Gnasher with 5 Halloween Pranks to Play on Your Family and Friends:

Tomorrow is our last day of Halloween activities, and we’ve saved the sweetest for last! Check back here for some delicious bakes to keep you busy on the last day of Half-Term.

But before we say goodbye, enter for a chance to WIN a bundle of Halloween reads! Nothing scares us more than a classic spooky story so hop on over to our Pinterest board for reading recommendations and enter below to win a few of our favourites:

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