Book Review: Pumpkins, Pumpkins Everywhere
In this book we follow the adventures of four little trick-or-treaters as they make their way to the pumpkin parade… and there are pumpkins everywhere!
This book has very few words – which is ideal for little people who are just starting to learn letters – and probably for slightly older ones who want to have a go at reading for themselves.
S loves this book because of all the spooky Halloween costumes – and all the pumpkins! The illustrations are brilliant and if you want to make the story a little longer there are things to talk about in the pictures as well.
S loves to point out the different Halloween costumes; sometimes we count the pumpkins or talk about what songs they might be dancing to. S loves to point out the different costumes on each page, and to point out the different faces on the pumpkins.
This is a lovely book, perfect for younger children who want to have fun and enjoy Halloween without being scared!
You can’t see from the cover image below, but the moon is covered in iridescent which is really effective and makes the book look even more exciting for a young reader.
NB I was provided with a copy of this book for the purpose of review, but all opinions are my own.
Thanks for reading.
Sarah Doyle - let them be small
ooh, my son has started talking about pumpkins recently since we saw one in a shop. I might try and get a copy of this for him #readwithme Sarah Doyle - let them be small recently posted...NEW Miffy TV
Catherine @ Story Snug
I love the illustrations in this book - so many pumpkins makes it great for counting practice :) #readwithme Catherine @ Story Snug recently posted...Harper And The Scarlet Umbrella by Cerrie Burnell & Laura Ellen Anderson
love a good halloween book, this looks ideal for the family rather than just younger children, thanks for sharing with #readwithme chantelle hazelden recently posted...Read With Me #39
I love this! Halloween's so much fun anyway, and this looks like it would be a great book to introduce it to younger kids. #readwithme Alison recently posted...Bird Box, by Josh Malerman