Some Suggested Books for your Halloween Reading Enjoyment.
By Toni Trent Parker
This 16 page picture book will be a wonderful treat for your preschoolers.
It is full of tasty treats that are captured beautifully by Mr. Anderson.
There are lots of pictures of adorable African-American children in Halloween costumes. This book will aid in the teaching of this American tradition. Ages: 3 and up
By Kathryn Cave, Photography by Gisele Wulfsohn
This selection is a wonderful blend of counting, mixed with the beauty of rural South African culture. What a rarity of a gem to find.
This book follows Nothando as she plants a pumpkin seed, and with the help of her extended family grows a pumpkin. In the end everyone enjoys pumpkin stew. The book offers a recipe for the stew. This is a good read aloud picture book. Ages: 3 and up
This is a great book to help little ones overcome their fears of strange things that they imagine in the night. Little Bill thinks their is something in his closet when he goes to bed at night. He leaps from his bed and runs to get his parents. The children love to read and reread this one over and over again.
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Ages: 4 and up