The entire book is like the cover with orange pages and the back block pictures. It reminds me of the old fashioned style of books. And the story is cute too.
We love this author! The kids love the “spooky” story and I like how it rhymes. Rhyming stories keep me on my toes when I’m reading.
It’s a spooky story and an educational book all in one. The song lyrics are the basis of the book with little parts about each bone thrown in. I even learned a few things.
The story is about a child watching all kinds of monsters pass by but it’s really his friends in their costumes. A nice story through the eyes of a young child.
My favorite Halloween song ever! I love singing this song all month long at random times and a book about it is even better. Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate. The first one said, “Oh my, it’s getting late.”
It’s a takeoff of “Twas the Night before Christmas” but with ghost and goblins. It’s silly and fun and the kids like hearing the same rhythm from something they are familiar with.
One of my absolute favorites. It follows a Little Old Lady on her way home as pieces of a scarecrow pop out and follow her home. “Get out of my way I’m not scared of you.”
Another neat rhyming book and there’s also a lot of opportunities to use all kinds of silly voices as well. The witch should really be driving a car.
Are there any you think we should add to the list? What are some books you plan to read with your kids this fall? Do you have a list of go-to favourites or do you have some new ones in mind?