Picture Books At The Library 217

I catalog hundreds of new picture books each year, and I read as many of them as I can. Unfortunately, I can’t review them all. But I can share them! Below are a few recent titles. (Summaries have been taken directly from the books whenever possible.) Check your local library or bookstore for availability.

Check out these fun and spooky tales, perfect for this time of year!

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GUSTAVO THE SHY GHOST: Gustavo is a very shy and lonely ghost who loves to play the violin, but when nobody shows up to his concert, his dream of making friends vanishes into the night, almost.
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ALIEN TOMATO: The curious vegetables decide the mysterious red orb that landed nearby must be a visitor from outer space, but Gopher knows better, or does he?
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SHE WANTED TO BE HAUNTED: Clarissa, an adorable pink cottage, wants nothing more than to be haunted, but her attempts to attract ghosts only make her cuter. Rhyme
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AFTER SQUIDNIGHT: A squad of squids are on a mission: make their way from the ocean to your house and leave their artistic mark by doodling on everything, even you, while you sleep. Rhyme
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I LOVE MY FANGS!: Young Dracula loves his fangs and is very upset after one falls out, especially when the Tooth Fairy tries to take it away.
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RUNAWAY PUMPKINS: When a poorly secured bus lock turns a school trip back from a pumpkin patch into a disaster, the neighbors along the road work together to turn the pumpkins into treats for the children. Rhyme
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IT’S HALLOWEEN, LITTLE MONSTER: As Little Monster makes his way around the neighborhood to trick-or-treat, Papa is there to guide him through his fears. Rhyme
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COOKIE BOO: When the cookies escape for a Halloween romp, they will have some tricks and treats before the night is through. Rhyme
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BEARS AND BOOS: When the bears search through the box of Halloween costumes, one little bear is left without anything to wear. Rhyme

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