Our young narrator has gone trick or treating, and now it's time for bed. As he lays there, he hears noises. Is it a mummy? a ghost? a vampire? a scary spider? or not.
This seasonal picture book is great for pre-readers and early readers. The format also encourages listeners to create their own stories.
Our daughter loves this book, particularly the pages in the back where she can give the creatures names and then add her own events to the story.
We were surprised. We thought this might be a little bit stilted, but it is fun to read ... and to listen to our daughter's tales. We also like the fact that many of her Level 1 sight words comprise the story, making it easy to practice reading.
Discover Halloween with this picture book for young readers, that also includes games at the end.
The story is really about Halloween, but it is perfect for helping new readers gain confidence with sight words, and all readers/listeners to use their imagination and create their own stories.
7 to 10
3 to 8
Started reading with 6-year-old child.
Borrow, at least. This is definitely worth your time, and is perfect for creating special reading memories with the kids.
|Title||A Halloween Story|
|Publisher||Maroma Books © 2007|
|Illustrators||Pilar De La Fuente|