Sunday, 28 September 2014

{Review} Five Little Ghosts by Patricia Hegarty & Julia Woolf

21813265Posted by Donna
Release Date: September 1st, 2014
Finished Date: September 20th, 2014
Publishers: Tiger Tales 
Genre: Children's picture book 
Ages: 3-6 years
Source: For Review
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 22
Five little ghosts at the end of the day, are on the lookout for somewhere to play! 

Follow the adventures of five little ghosts in this comical rhyming caper. 

From a dress-up box to midnight feasts, this cute board book features a host of friendly Halloween mischief!

The Review: Five Little Ghosts is a fun and enjoyable board book that follows the adventures of five little ghosts who are looking for somewhere to play, but we seem to find them in more mischief than anything else. 

This is exactly the type of story that my daughter loves and it was even fun for me to read it to her. With its brilliantly crafted rhyming all the way through, it’s definitely not a dull story. It’s entertaining and keeps a smile on your face all the way through. We really enjoyed how each little ghost had their own personality and my daughter loved pointing out the differences between each ghost, like one wears a shiny hat and they are different colours. 

What made this story memorable for us what that this is the first Halloween story that we’ve read together. There definitely should be more books like this around because it’s something that you won’t forget and can read for several years – depending on the age of your child. Plus there’s the added bonus of trying to find the cat and frog which are featured on each page. We had tons of fun trying to find them.

Patricia Hegarty has written this story perfectly and I would love to see more from her. Five Little Ghosts has captured our hearts and is perfect for any young child who loves reading.

Thank you to Tiger Tales for giving me the opportunity to review this book in exchange for an honest review. 

1 comment:

Cali Willette said...

Perfect childrens' book for October. <3