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Perfect Halloween book for the littles: Pug & Pig Trick or Treat by Sue Lowell Gallion

Pug & Pig Trick or Treat

Halloween night has come to Pug and Pig’s house, and the darling duo is sporting matching costumes. The costumes are cozy. They glow in the dark. And they have masks! There’s only one problem—Pug hates wearing his. So he decides to rip it up and stay home. But Halloween just isn’t any fun for Pig without Pug! Can Pug find a way to be a good friend and get back into the Halloween spirit?

Pug & Pig is the cuuuuutest friggin fraggin Halloween book this year! If you remember my review of the first Pug & Pig you’ll know how completely in love I am with this adorbs duo!

So if you have a reluctant Halloweenie at home, don’t try to push them into it. Find a way like Pug did, to enjoy the activities.

Swoooooon.

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Bibliographies, Information, General Children Lists

Halloween Books for Preschoolers

Preschoolers want Halloween books too!

But if they’re like me, they don’t want scary books.

Here are 7 Halloween books for the little lovies:

From the top:

My Jack o lantern by Nancy Skarmeas

Say Boo! by Lynda Graham-Barber

Halloween Night (with googly eyes!)

DK Touch and Feel Halloween

Biscuit’s Pet & Play Halloween by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Five Little Pumpkins pictures by Dan Yaccarino (the fingerplay that all kids love)

The Cheerios Halloween Play Book  (fill in the missing cheerios)

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Children

Preschoolers Want Halloween Books Too!

Preschoolers don’t realize they are small.

They think they are just as big as the big kids.

And because of that, they want what all the other kiddos have.

They want Halloween books in their sizes too!

And PammyPam aims to give it to them.

Here are 7 Halloweenie books for the little lovies:

From the top:

My Jack o lantern by Nancy Skarmeas

Say Boo! by Lynda Graham-Barber

Halloween Night (with googly eyes!)

DK Touch and Feel Halloween

Biscuit’s Pet & Play Halloween by Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Five Little Pumpkins pictures by Dan Yaccarino (the fingerplay that all kids love)

The Cheerios Halloween Play Book  (fill in the missing cheerios)

AND because I can’t help myself, a

BONUS:

a little surprise for my lil neighbor who lives next door:

Unconventional Librarian

Jack and Jill, A Halloween Nursery Rhyme

Any of these would be cute in a Halloween treat bag!

Have a safe and yummy Halloween

from

Unconventional Librarian

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Books Giveaways

Bookie Brunch Trick or Treat Blog Hop

Welcome to Unconventional Librarian Day.  I think I like the sound of that! If you’re stopping by from Book Brunch, THANK YOU! If you’re not, WELCOME! Today on my stop on the tour I’m sharing some fun and ridiculously cute stuff.

Not sure what Bookie Brunch is? Check it out here.  See anything familiar? YES, it’s Random Magic!

Remember all the fun we had on the Pinterest Tour? Catch what we did here.

If you’re like me, you don’t like to be scared but you like having fun and eating candy.  So, because I’m a scaredy cat, I like to celebrate Halloween in an unconventional way.  I read  only CUTE kids books!

So…my treat today is a collection of CUTE Halloweenie type treats!

Inside this treat is a cute Halloween book about a square pumpkin, tattoos, greeting cards and cute lil erasers. All kinds of fun things to put in someone’s Halloween treat bag. Or to keep!

Here’s how to enter:  leave a comment below telling me about your favorite Halloween candy.  You can enter as many times as you’d like; the more you comment, the better your chances to win!  Contest runs October 25 at midnight until October 28th midnight. I’ll contact the winner via Random (Magic) on Monday October 29th so that I can send your prize in time for Halloween!

Remember, leave your comment below and Happy Halloween!