“Granddaughter says, ” This is a great story! I love this book! I love that the old witch makes friends on her birthday which is Halloween and is not lonely and sad anymore.”” -Amazon Customer
Where did all the pumpkins go?:
Halloween kid books, Halloween short stories,
Halloween books for preschoolers, Book about friendships for kids
It is a true friendship book for kids telling the Halloween short stories of how a little girl helps a witch to make friends. As far as witch books for children go “Where did all the pumpkins go?” is a true gem.
- Beautifully illustrated Halloween kid books.
- For young readers aged 4-8 years.
- Teaches children to be friendly.
- Written in an easy to read format.
- Halloween bedtime stories kids
- Halloween kid books
Halloween short stories are suitable for the youngster in your life and for the ideal Halloween children’s book, “Where did all the pumpkins go?” is the ultimate choice.
What people saying about kids books by Aaron Adams:
Dr. Grace LaJoy Henderson
“Creatively written. This story is great for helping young children learn how to recognize various animals.”
Teacher, Miami, Florida
“Nice for beginning rhyming stories & cheerfully illustrated. A very charming story for children. And nice for the complimentary material.”
“What a wonderful illustrated colorful book this is! I am buying it for my kids. It is a very positive, beautiful color and illustrations. My six year old is going to love this. If you would like your child to read a very cute story with little words that they can pronounce and rhyme this is i! Beautiful job.”
“Cute book, I think the poems are sweet and funny. The graphics are so colorful and appropriate – great job of illustrations.”
About the Author:
He graduated from the university with a degree in sociology. Worked with children aged 5 to 10 years. Now Aaron is dedicated to helping parents teach their children great values and life lessons in an easy to understand manner.
Aron gives illustrations particular attention in his books. Beautiful illustrations and magical stories not only entertain children but also develop and educate.