Halloween Picture Books
Summary:All the other dogs make fun of Oscar the dachshund until one Halloween when, dressed as a hot dog, Oscar bravely rescues the others.
Click, clack, boo! : a tricky treat
Summary:Farmer Brown does not like Halloween, but the animals hold a Halloween party in his barn.
Minerva Louise on Halloween
Summary:On her first Halloween, Minerva Louise the hen puzzles over costumes but enjoys her first taste of candy corn.
Little Blue Truck’s Halloween : a lift-the-flap book
Summary:Little Blue Truck and his friend Toad pick up their animal friends for a Halloween costume party and attempt to guess the identities of the dressed-up passengers, in a story complemented by interactive lift-flaps.
Pick a pumpkin
Summary:"One of the most loved Halloween traditions is visiting a pumpkin patch and picking out the perfect pumpkin! Once you bring your pumpkin home, invite your friends and family to form a carving crew and help you turn that perfect pumpkin into–a grinning, glowing jack-o’-lantern! With vibrant, joyful art and a rhythmic, read-aloud text filled with the spirit of community and the thrills of the season, here is a celebration of every fun-filled step in creating the perfect jack-o’-lantern on Halloween night!"–Book jacket.
It’s raining bats & frogs
Summary:"What’s a witch to do when a rainstorm threatens the Halloween Parade? Make it fun, that’s what!"–Back cover
Five little monkeys trick-or-treat
Summary:When babysitter Lulu takes the five little monkeys trick-or-treating, they decide to change costumes with their friends and try to fool Lulu and their mother.
Los gatos black on Halloween
Summary:Easy to read, rhyming text about Halloween night incorporates Spanish words, from las brujas riding their broomsticks to los monstruos whose monstrous ball is interrupted by a true horror.
Summary:Stumpkin is the most handsome pumpkin on the block. He’s as orange as a traffic cone! Twice as round as a basketball! He has no bad side! He’s perfect choice for a Halloween jack-o-lantern. There’s just one problem–Stumpkin has a stump, not a stem. And no one seems to want a stemless jack-o-lantern for their window. As Halloween night approaches, more and more of his fellow pumpkins leave, but poor Stumpkin remains. Will anyone give Stumpkin his chance to shine?