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Oct 1, 2014

Celebrate Halloween with Books! (Giveaway)

It's October and this means all things candy corn, pumpkins and little ghosts and goblins. Halloween has always been a fun and memorable time for my kids. We have done various craft projects, baking and decorating over the years. One thing every little kid loves is a good Halloween story. I have seen my kids at story time and they give their full attention to the pictures and stories.

I received 3 super cute picture books right in time to get my little guy excited for all the Halloween festivities. My husband plans on making a surprise visit to our son's class to read Pumpkin Time! since they are studying a unit on pumpkins in his first grade class.
Pumpkin Time! by Erzsi Deák

The day the cows strolled down Main Street in fancy hats...Evy didn't notice.
What was Evy doing? Evy is so focused on watching her garden grow that she misses all the silliness going on around her―pigs DANCING, donkeys FLYING, and sheep HAVING A PICNIC. But after Evy's spent all year taking care of her garden, everyone's invited to pumpkin time!
Happy Halloween! By Lillian Jaine 

It’s Halloween night, and Count von Count is dozing off in front of his fireplace. Suddenly, he hears someone knocking at his castle door, but when he opens the door, nobody’s there! Could it be a spooky Halloween spirit playing a trick on him, or is it something less sinister? Join Count, Elmo, and all of the Sesame friends as they celebrate Halloween!
A Halloween Scare by Eric James

It’s Halloween night, and creatures and critters from near and far are starting to gather outside the front door. And now here comes a whole army of monsters, on broomsticks, buses, and bikes, all clamoring in the darkness. What is it they want? Are they coming for you?This humorous, creative story is the perfect Halloween adventure for children and parents to share.

All three books have very nice illustrations that fall in line perfectly with each story. My son adores them all! These books would be perfect to surprise your little ghoul or goblin with for Halloween. Enter below to win a copy of all three titles.
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This giveaway is open to US and Canada Residents only and will end on October 11, 2014. One winner will be chosen at random and will be contacted via email. Mom files is not responsible for any lost or stolen prizes.

Books were provided to me, as well as giveaway prize from Sourcebooks. All opinions are 100% my own as always. 
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21 comments

  1. I would love to win these. I am a grandmother to 6 kids and an constantly looking for new books to read to and with them. My grandkids are dressing up as Elsa from Frozen, Olaf from Frozen

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  2. We hand out full size candy bars. We have very few children come to our house.

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  3. Something different this year. No more thomas the train. He want to dress as mario or annoying orange (I do t like that one )

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  4. My grandson is dressing up as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.

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  5. My daughters will be wendy and peter pan this year.

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  6. We haven't decided yet but are leaning towards Peter Pan and Tinkerbell!

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  7. I'm not sure yet, we're just tossing around ideas

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  8. I buy lots of candy, chocolate candy bars, mm's, smarties, suckers, I give the neighbor kids a baggie filled with them all, we don't have that many kids so we really enjoy spoiling them

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  9. My granddaughter wants to go as a princess and my grandson wants to go as spiderman. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  10. We like to hand out Hershey's plain chocolate bars. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  11. My daughter is dressing up as a cowgirl

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  12. I love to hand out chocolate bars.

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  13. This year they are planning to be Marvel superheroes.

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  14. I like to hand out healthy fruit snacks.

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  15. My oldest grandson will be Buddy from Dinosaur Train. Not sure yet about my younger grandson.

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  16. My favorite treats to hand out are fun size M&Ms and Snickers.

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  17. My kids are going as strawberry shortcake and a strawberry

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  18. We like to hand out pop or juice depending on the age.

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  19. I don't know; he hasn't told me. I suspect it will be a superhero of some sort. :)

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