The Roll-Away Pumpkin by Junia Wonders
Celebrate the fall bounty with this beautifully illustrated story. It is sure to keep young ones thoroughly engaged as little Darla’s very large pumpkin rolls away through town and the townsfolk race to help her catch it.
Halloween Hustle by Charlotte Gunnufson
Ghost is throwing a Halloween party and Skeleton can’t wait to get his groove on, problem is he is just a bit klutzy and prone to falling apart.
Little ones will enjoy this colorful trip through town while their favorite Halloween “monsters” hustle their way to Ghost’s party. The wonderful illustrations do a terrific job of bringing the undead to life.
Beauty and the Witch by Sigal Adler
Who is the witchiest witch in all the lands? This sweet story told in rhyme about a witch with a big nose, a wart, a crooked back. She looks the way a witch should look and she is quite pleased with herself, most of the time, except that sometimes she wishes she were more like her neighbors, the beautiful fairies. Terrific illustrations highlight this story of being happy with who you are.