11 FUN, FRIENDLY, AND FREE HALLOWEEN EBOOKS TO ENJOY

11 Fun, Friendly, and Free Halloween eBooks for you and your children to enjoy!

From October 12th-14th you can download all the ebooks listed below for FREE! Links:   US bit.ly/hallowUS21  UK bit.ly/hallowUK21   CN bit.ly/hallowCN21

1. Ruby the Rainbow Witch: A Picture Perfect Rainbow Day by Kim Ann

Best for Ages 3-8 

Teachers’ Pick  Young witch Ruby loves making new friends. So she goes out for a walk in her candy-filled neighborhood. And when she meets Fudge, the friendly frog, she happily uses her swirly-whirly wand to make his day!

2. I Don’t Want to be Scary on Halloween by Gina Gallois

Best for Ages 3-8

Poppy Opossum does NOT want to be scary on Halloween.

Everyone is already afraid of her.

Pepper Porcupine and Sassy Skunk promise to help, but will they find the perfect costume in time to go trick-or-treating?

3. The Witch and the Anxious Broomstick by Sonica Ellis

Best for Ages 3-8 

The Witch and the Anxious Broomstick is an easy-to-read children’s book about being anxious, overcoming worry, and developing a growth mindset towards trying new things. The goal of this book is to help children realize that everyone gets anxious from time to time and it’s nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about. Just remember to take big breaths and center yourself, but most importantly to go at your own pace.

4. Bo The Bat by Alma Hammond

Best for Ages 3-8 

Bo is a fun-loving bat who just wants to join in on all the fun. But the children have heard about bats and they want no part of them. See how Bo wins the kids over by teaching them all the good things about bats. Fun Facts and coloring pages in the back help reinforce what they’ve learned.  Bo the Bat is the first book in the Learn and Love series, a series about misunderstood animals and social skills for children. Stay tuned for more books in the series to come!

5. How To Tame My Anxiety Monster by Melanie Hawkins

Best for Ages 3-8 

Anxiety doesn’t have to be SCARY! 

Do you have an anxiety monster that is big, and wild, and likes to visit you?  

Is there any way to tame him? Can he be a helpful monster that you just might not mind having around? 

Find out in this delightful book with practical solutions that can help empower your child with the tools they need to understand what anxiety is and that there are things that can help. This book will help parents, teachers, or therapists teach coping strategies and simple techniques in a non-scary, very child-friendly way. It can help give your child the confidence they need to tame their own Anxiety Monster!

6. When The Clock Strikes On Halloween by Lisa Ferland

Best for Ages 3-8 

It’s Halloween night which means trick-or-treating in spooktacular costumes.

This is the perfect book to get kids interested in learning about time, counting every hour until Halloween. Simple rhyming sentences reinforce learning the language of telling time. Little clues on every page will hold your child’s attention and have them going back through the book over and over again.

7. Cowgirl and the Ghost Horse by Rae Rankin

Best for Ages 3-8 

She’s back and this time she’s on a quest to find the legendary ghost horse. It will take courage, bravery, and a little bit of luck. Come along and see if maybe, just maybe the legend is true. Cowgirl and the Ghost Horse is a fun, hair-raising, not too scary ghost story your kids are sure to love!

8. My Scared Robot by Joey Acker

Best for Ages 3-8 

My Scared Robot’ is a comedic social-emotional story that teaches kids what fear is and how to channel it in a positive way with easy-to-use strategies that can be utilized at school or home. With fun, bright illustrations and easy-to-understand language, ‘My Scared Robot’ is a great tool for any teacher, parent, or counselor!

9. Natalya Loves Candy by Rebecca Yee

Best for Ages 3-8 

Natalya is a kind-hearted and curious little girl who loves her family, friends, and animals. Follow her as she goes trick or treating with her friends and finds something she wants to keep. She sneaks it back into her room. Will she be able to keep it?

10. The Witchetty Grub and the Grubbety Witch by Daniel Williamson

Best for Ages 3-8 

Perfect for Halloween! The Witchetty Grub and the Grubbety Witch is a spell-binding tale, sure to captivate any child who believes in the magic of friendship, the wonder of an underdog, and the power of a unique fairytale with a twist!

11. Merry Fairy Halloween by Melissa Spencer

Best for Ages 3-8 

Fairies love Halloween!  Dink, the Tooth Fairy, is thrilled to show you how fairies celebrate Halloween in Fairyland. See the fairies’ faBOO-lous costumes, their BOO-tiful decorations, their SPOOK-tacular parties!  Giggle (or groan) at the unBOO-believably punny jokes and enjoy a Merry Fairy Halloween!

A fun fairy picture book for young children, showing that Halloween can be cute and not scary.

** I hope you enjoy these books by these wonderful Indie Authors. Please know that reviews are always greatly appreciated!!

Happy Reading!

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Author Kim Ann