This week’s Family-Friendly Friday theme is Ghosts.
They may make things go bump in the night, but with these ghosts you aren’t in for a fright.
Ghosties: A Silly Rhyming Spooky Picture Book for Kids by Gerald Hawksley
Halloween is in the air.
You’d like to see a ghost – but where?
At night when the sun’s gone down,
Come with me to Ghostie Town.
Where you will find the most colorful and cheerful collection of ghosties you could ever hope to meet.
You would like being friends with Leo. He likes to draw, he makes delicious snacks, and most people can’t even see him. Because Leo is also a ghost. When a new family moves into his home and Leo’s efforts to welcome them are misunderstood, Leo decides it is time to leave and see the world. That is how he meets Jane, a kid with a tremendous imagination and an open position for a worthy knight. That is how Leo and Jane become friends. And that is when their adventures begin.
Grinning Ghostly: 365 Haunting Rhymes for Little Monsters by Rusty Fischer
Here you’ll find ghosts and goblins, witches, zombies, werewolves, pumpkins and candy galore. It’s a romping good time through the month of October, and beyond, as we celebrate all things wicked, wacky, ghostly, goofy, haunting and hilarious!
This volume also includes a bonus chapter for teachers and parents on how to turn these festive poems into teachable moments for your own little monsters.
Available on: Kindle
You’re a sweet little ghost who wakes up to find people in the house. So, you do what any ghost would do and try to scare them away. The art style is adorable, bright and cheery, although there are some moments that may be a little bit creepy.
As spirits rise from fallen leaves, it’s your job to guide them home. You cannot control them, only their surroundings.
We hope to see you next week for the final Family-Friendly Friday of Blogtober.