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Kiddosphere: One Week Until Halloween!

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Halloween is just one week away! Do you have your costume ready? Have you decorated your house (or your car if you’re going trunk-or-treating)? If you’re still doing errands for Halloween preparations, stop by the library to check out some terrific Halloween books!

hauntedGalaxy Zack, starring a human boy living on the planet Nebulon, is one of my favorite new easy chapter book series; A Haunted Halloween features Zack attempting to track down the mystery of ghost apparitions.

Nina Laden’s board books are must haves in any board book collection. Her latest, Peek-A-Boo, encourages children to make predictions about the (not-so) spooky creatures hiding throughout the story.

I discovered the History of Fun Stuff and Science of Fun Stuff series several months ago; I had a feeling that they would be instant hits, and I’m so pleased that I was right! The subject matters appeal to many children, and the concepts are explained creatively and succinctly.  The Tricks and Treats of Halloween  is a fun look at the history of this unique holiday.

If your family attends a harvest festival or a trunk-or-treat event instead of Halloween activities, Trunk or Treat is for you! It’s a sweet and simple look at a super fun event. This obviously takes place at a church; you can see the steeple and some children are dressed as Biblical characters; readers are free to emphasize these subtle illustrations or mentions as they wish.

Happy Halloween!

Jennifer Schultz, Youth Services Librarian, Fauquier County Public Library 

Looking for more program highlights and staff suggestions for children and young adult readers published prior to January 2015? Check out Kiddosphere!

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