6 Children's Books for Halloween

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With the 31st October just around the corner here are our top picks for Halloween books...

No Such Thing

No Such Thing

This is an amazing book, a different way of celebrating and looking at Halloween, especially with younger children who are easily spooked! Follow fearless Georgia as she has all the explanations and none of the fear when it comes to the strange happenings in her home. Ghoulish and ghostly activities are abundant in this beautifully illustrated book - a wonderful read to help with the Halloween jitters!

 

Jabberwocky

Jabberwocky

These books look at a range of early skills so that children can learn through a reworked classic. The Jabberwocky focuses on the beautiful words and the imagery that is created through this verse.

 

Little Red Hood

Little Red Hood

This isn’t your run of the mill Little Red Riding Hood story, this is Red Riding Hood with a difference. Not only are the illustrations captivating and intriguing, but the story has a brilliant twist in it. An edgy take on a classic with stylish illustrations and a wicked sense of humour - a perfect read!

 

How to Demolish Dinosaurs

How to Demolish Dinosaurs

A book all about how to ‘demolish’ what scares you – in this case Dinosaurs. The clever text and fun illustrations help children to banish their fears, but have fun whilst doing it!

 

The Hackney Martian

The Hackney Martian

Who says Halloween has to be all spooks and ghouls! Something is afoot in our neck of the woods. The Hackney Martian is a tale of friendship and teamwork, follow an exciting journey in true Indiana Jones style!

 

Tickle Monster

Tickle Monster

A Book about facing your monster fears and taking charge of the situation! This wonderful read urges you to tickle various parts of the monster, deconstructing him. His horns become the moon and his legs and arms become trees. Bold illustrations and clever text empowers the reader to be brave and confront their fears - while laughing!

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