Nonna’s Corner Halloween Edition

October 11th, 2017 Kimberly Review 41 Comments

11th Oct

nonna's corner halloween

Happy Halloween Everyone! Today on Nonna’s Corner I am sharing Bootastic Books for the little trick or treaters in your life. Grab a hot cup of coffee and an apple cinnamon donut while you check out these cute titles.


Nonna’s Corner Halloween Edition
Duck & Goose, Honk! Quack! Boo!
by Tad Hills
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 40
Source: Publisher
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Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne StarHalf a Star

It’s Halloween in the meadow, and the beloved, classic, and New York Times bestselling feathered friends Duck & Goose are ready for trick-or-treating!

Duck is going as a spooky ghost. Goose is going as a brave superhero. And Thistle’s costume . . . well, that's a secret. But what will Duck and Goose do when they hear a very scary swamp monster is looking for them?

DUCK & GOOSE HONK! QUACK! BOO! by Tad Hills author of the Duck & Goose and Rocket, books delivered another fun Halloween story. Duck, Goose, and Thistle are discussing costumes for trick or treating.  Thistle announcing her costume is a secret but warns Duck & Goose to beware of the swamp monster! The tale that unfolds has Duck & Goose trick-or-treating in the forest when they come across the swamp monster!!! This tale will delight young listeners and readers. Princess Sophia squeed, clamped her fists and peered closer at the illustrations. The tale ends with delightful squeals of laughter and is sure to be a favorite.

  • Age Range: 3 – 7 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool – 2

Duck and Goose


Nonna’s Corner Halloween Edition
Goodnight, Little Monster
by Helen Ketteman
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 32
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Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne StarHalf a Star

Little Monster needs to get ready for bed. That means howling at the moon, scrubbing his scales, getting into his creepy PJs, and enjoying a nice snack before bed: worm juice and baked beetle bread. And, of course, Little Monster’s mother is nearby to tuck Little Monster into bed and turn on his night-light—because even little monsters can be afraid of the dark. Bonnie Leick’s soft, child-friendly illustrations rendered in watercolor bring a new and quiet twist to the evening’s bedtime ritual. Sweet dreams, Little Monster!

GOODNIGHT LITTLE MONSTER by Helen Ketteman is an adorable story about bedtimes and routines. Its soft-colored illustrations by Bonnie Leick are delightful and whimsical. Perfect for bedtime this fun book reinforces nightly rituals.

  • Ages 3-5
Nonna’s Corner Halloween Edition
by Nina Laden
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 10
Source: Purchase
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Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne StarHalf a Star

It's hard to find a child who doesn't want to play peekaboo, and this book will become a favorite as well. Children will delight as they discover, among other things, cows, ghosts, and choo-choo trains. The end of the story features a real mirror, allowing kids to see themselves -- an endless source of fascination. Simple rhyming words help build an understanding of sound and language.

PEEK-A-WHO? is an adorable board book that has your child playing peek-a-boo and guessing what creature is around the corner. Geared for children one to three years of age it’s the perfect non-candy treat. Clayton enjoys this one and laughs as we turn the page. It’s sturdy construction and size is perfect for little hands.

  • Ages 1-3

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Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. Whovian, Ravenclaw, Howler and proud Nonna. She owns and manages Caffeinated PR. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat. Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

41 Responses to “Nonna’s Corner Halloween Edition”

  1. Suzanne

    Such a fun post!. I distinctly remember my son loving Goodnight, Little Monster when he was in pre-kindergarten.

  2. Michelle@Because Reading

    We have one book called the Halloween Bus that I still read to the kids even now and another about a Little Monster. These look so cute! The monster one looks adorable. I hope you were able to read them to the Royals! 🙂

  3. Tyler H. Jolley

    Very cute, having grand royals has really widened your scope of reading. One day, a steamy romance, another a snarky mystery, all glued together with a delightful children’s novel. Happy reading Kimba. I hope the weather has been nice and not too rough on your joints.

    • kimbacaffeinate

      Bwahaha…yes by day I read kiddie books and at night everything from steamy to horror. We have the heat on, lows in the forties. I am so not ready.

  4. Kristin @ Addicted to HEA

    Peek a Who!!! YAY!!! Or Peek a BOO? “Who” was totally worn out in this house but “Boo” wasn’t out yet 🙁 We had sooo many favorite Halloween books – Jake liked the Hallo-weiner and I liked Goodnight Goon.

  5. Angela

    Love kids books. We bought Peek-a-Who? and my son just loves reading it. I’ve add the other two you featured to my library request. They both look adorable. I love trying out new kid books with my 5-year-old son. Just love Nonna’s Corner posts. ^_^

  6. Wattle

    Aw these look cute 🙂 I must admit, I still have some of my books from when I was a kid and flick through them every now and then. Maybe I could read them to my cats *ponders*

  7. Christine @Buckling Bookshelves

    These look cute! We are fans of Little Blue Trucks Halloween and Eek! Halloween (Sandra Boynton) here. I also love Room on the Broom but my little guy has deemed the dragon scary, soooo maybe we’ll hold onto that one for another year 🙂