Big Witch and Little Witch have made stew, and now they want to have their friends for dinner! But when Skeleton mistakes the guest list for a menu, he takes off running, and soon Ghost and Ghoul join him too! But poor Little Witch has no idea there’s a misunderstanding. Luckily there’s one creature in the haunted forest who can help everyone figure it all out. This spooky and silly read-aloud is just right for Halloween.
"Halloween Good Night," by Doug Cushman. On Halloween night, creatures around the world tuck their little ones into bed. How do skeletons say goodnight? What about werewolves, mummies, or vampire bats? In this silly Halloween romp, young children can take a trip through spooky castles and haunted graveyards to find out!
Littlebat, who lives in the attic of the public library, loves to poke his head through a hole in the floor and listen to the librarian read stories to the children. One day he gets so excited by a picture in a book that he loses his grip and plummets into the room below. The children scream and the librarian shoos him away. Littlebat's mother says he must wait for "changes" before going so close to a book again. So Littlebat waits. The seasons slowly change, from spring to summer to fall.
In this rhyming picture book, a classroom of children goes on a field trip to the pumpkin patch, where they count everything in sight. The book is perfect for the fall season, and an extra-fun way to teach children to count backward from twenty.
"Halloween Hunt: A Spot-It Challenge," by Sarah L. Schuette. Spooky ghouls greet guests, chattering skeletons stalk the streets, and blazing jack-o'-lanterns light up the night. It must be Halloween! This chilling collection of fun, creepy scenes contains hundreds of hidden items. Are you up to the challenge? Put your seeking skills to the test with Halloween Hunt.
"Boo!" by Joe Fenton. Bold and brilliant illustrations crafted with Joe Fenton's distinctive style tell the tale of a little ghost who wants to be spooky enough to win his school's Halloween costume contest. But how can he be terrifying if he can't make a scary face? Even the youngest of readers can relate to this earnest spirit's struggles, as well as read along-"Boo!" is the only word used throughout the imaginative and colorful story.