by Happy Yak
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 7 Sep 2021 | Archive Date 7 Oct 2021
Jack-o-lantern, candles, spider, treats, fall, skeleton, friends, laughing… introduce your little ones to the words of the Halloween season with cute characters, bright colours and playful scenes.
From pumpkin picking to dressing-up fun, and slime to eyeballs, this charming book introduces a range of different spooky scenes and objects. Along with the halloween items, each scene contains one feeling word and one action word to spot, such as excited and running—color-coded circles point them out. With a glitter-accented cover that adds visual and tactile interest, this fun book inspires a deeper knowledge of the world, introduces language skills, and supports emotional intelligence.
An original, contemporary take on teaching first words, the My World in 100 Words series of board books helps children ages 0–3 boost vocabulary, engage with the world around them, and become familiar with specific subjects. With bright, playful illustrations from Sophie Beer, each book explores a different theme, including starting kindergarten, the home and Christmas. With 10 words per page and variation between full scenes and visual lists, there’s plenty for children to look at and enjoy.
Other titles in the My World in 100 Words series: Christmas, Kindergarten, Home.
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 6 members
What a gorgeous eye catching cover. Easy reading, Beautifully illustrated perfect for your little Halloween lover
What a wonderful book about Halloween to share. Every page is colourful, eye-catching and appealing in content. It’s educational too, so a great book for early readers, introducing Halloween-themed vocabulary and some verbs to describe the character’s actions. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this book. 5/5 stars. .
This is a fantastic little board book for young children aged 0-3, which teaches them about Halloween, using bright, colourful images and simple words. My daughter is 5 years old, but she still enjoyed the book and she loved repeating the different words after me and pointing to each halloween object, such as witch, bat, pumpkin, toffee apples, bucket, dark, hat, wand, shoes, cape, facepaint, pirate, skeleton, monster, princess, cauldron, skull, bunting etc. I highly recommend this book for your little ones to enjoy! Many thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.