Some of our new favorites. Who’s There on Halloween by Susan Hagen Nipp Who's There On Halloween? encourages readers to play along and use the clues to name the holiday characters hidden inside. Featuring charming text by Pamela Conn Beall and Susan Hagen Nipp and adorable illustrations by Charles Reasoner, these two Halloween books are sure to delight and entertain. Who’s on the Broom by Julia Donaldson With soft fabric flaps which are easy to lift and help develop fine motor skills, this felt flaps book is perfect for sharing with even the youngest child. Join the witch and all her animal friends for a magical broomstick adventure in Who's on the Broom?: A Room on the Broom Book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, creators of The Gruffalo. Pete the Cat 5 little Pumpkins by James Dean a sturdy paper-over-board format and filled with vibrant, engaging illustrations for even the youngest of Pete fans. Young Halloween fans will enjoy chanting along with Pete That’s Not My Bat… by Fiona Watt This delightfully spooky Halloween addition to the series, complete with purple holographic page edges. Babies love the best-selling That’s not my… books with their bold illustrations, patches to stroke, and a mouse to spot on every page, all designed to develop sensory and language awareness.
There’s a Witch in your Book by Tom Fletcher HOCUS POCUS! There's a witch in your book and she's making a terrible mess. Can you use your own magic to show Messy Witch who's boss and help her keep your book tidy?
Worst Witch by Jill Murphy Catch up on Mildred Hubble’s magical adventures at Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches with these reissued editions featuring energetic new covers.
Mildred Hubble is starting her first year at Miss Cackle’s Academy for Witches — and making a mess of it! She can’t ride her broomstick without crashing, she’s always getting her spells mixed up, and worst of all, the teacher’s pet, Ethel, has just become her sworn enemy.