Friday, September 26, 2014
Megan Cooley Peterson
Halloween can be filled with fun and candy. But it also brings some safety concerns that children need to be made aware of. Each page has a bright and colorful photograph of children dressed in Halloween costumes. The black lettering with an orange background really sets the mood. Each page talks about safety concerns and how to get the most out of the trick-or-treating experience. The author has presented the facts in a fun and non-scary manner. The book also includes instructions on how to make your own candy bucket. The list of needed items is simple and if not already on hand, should be inexpensive. The instructions are clear and easy for a child to make with minimal help. The end of the book has a glossary for those hard to understand words, a section with books for additional reading, and some interesting internet sites to visit that relate to Halloween.
I received this book free of charge from Children's Lit in exchange for my honest review.