Is it teething time for your little one?


This October, instil a love of reading within your kids by gifting them with a different kind of Halloween treat: a book. 


From lift-the-flap books to activity workbooks, there are plenty of new books available just in time for the spooky season to choose from!


1. Little Monster and the Spooky Party by Pippa Goodhart

When an invitation to a spooky party arrives on the doormat, Little Monster is very excited. Lift the flaps and help him to discover yummy (and yucky!) treats in the kitchen, find his friends in a game of hide-and-shriek and discover who could be underneath that enormous ghost costume?


Pippa Goodheart is best known for her picture book You Choose and the Winnie the Witch storybooks, written under the name of Laura Owens, and her new book is perfect for Halloween.


Published by Egmont, it is available here


2. Mr. Men Halloween Sticker Activity Book

Join the Mr Men for some spooky Halloween fun! With creepy colouring, ghoulish games, perfect pumpkins and four pages of stickers, there is all you need for a Mr Happy Halloween. 


This spooktacular sticker activity book is full of colouring, crafts and activities featuring your little one's favourite Mr Men and Little Misses. 



Published by Egmont, it is available here


3. Halloween by Richard Platt

Join in the Halloween adventure and discover fun facts about trick or treating, dressing up, Halloween celebrations around the world and the history of the holiday. Kids can even find out how much the world's largest pumpkin weighed. 


Published by Egmont, it is available here


4. Molly Maybe and the Ghost Train by Kristina Stephenson

Through a door in the floor of her tree house is the entrance to a magical world of monsters! And only Molly and her dog, Waggy Burns, know that it's there! Is your little one ready for an adventure? 



Published by Simon and Schuster, it is available here


5. Molly Maybe and the Monster Mission by Kristina Stephenson

Molly Maybe has the most amazing secret; through a door in the floor of her tree house is a magical moving machine that takes her down, round the bend and into the world of monsters! Molly's going to Undermunder - does your little one want to go too? 



Published by Simon and Schuster, it is available here


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