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Peppa’s Pumpkin Party

Peppa’s Pumpkin Party is the perfect way to introduce fun Halloween traditions to little piglets, through this fantastically popular character. This simple board book is perfect for tiny hands. Watch favourite characters arrive at Peppa’s party in their fun Halloween costumes, and enjoy the tricks, treats and jack-o-lanterns brought to life through the bright and colourful illustrations. It’s sweeter than a bag of trick-or-treating goodies!

Funnybones by Janet and Allan Ahlberg

"On a dark, dark hill, there was a dark, dark town. In the dark, dark town, there was a dark, dark street…”. Written by the incredible Janet and Allan Ahlberg, the simple story of Funnybones is loved by generations. Join Little Skeleton and Big Skeleton, (don’t forget their pet skeleton dog!) on a charming adventure through their town, one dark dark night. The repetition makes this story delightful for young readers, along with the playful songs and beautiful illustrations. Funnybones may be full of skeletons, but these skeletons are definitely not the scary sort!

Peppa Pig: Peppa’s Halloween Sticker Activity Book

Peppa returns for another Halloween adventure in this sticker activity book. Watch Peppa and her friends get ready for Halloween; spot the difference, try and find your way through the spider's web and make it all the way to the haunted house! Full of puzzles, games and two pages of stickers, this book will keep tiny fingers busy, with hours of fun.

Spot’s Spooky Fun by Eric Hill

Loveable pup Spot returns for some spooky fun. It’s Halloween, and Spot is trick-or-treating with his friends. But what should the adorable scamp dress up as? Eric Hill’s infamous canine will delight young children, and help introduce Halloween festivities through its gorgeous imagery and charming story.

Meg & Mog by Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienkowski

This classic picture book is a firm family favourite. It’s Halloween, but Meg and Mog have got their spells mixed up – watch as hilarity ensues, told through wacky pictures and fun scribbles. The loveable duo - who always end up in a calamitous situation - are now over 40-years-old, so parents can enjoy a blast of nostalgia reading along with little witches and wizards.

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