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The adventures of a first time Mummy and my son Jack.

Little Tiger – Five little ghosts book review

As the cold weather draws in and our mornings start to darken, we all know Halloween is round the corner.

I was very kindly sent a Halloween themed book for Jack to review from little Tiger.

We were sent ‘Five little ghosts’, a cute board book perfect for toddlers.

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Written by Patricia Hegarty and Illustrated by Julia Woolf, ‘Five little ghosts’ uses rhyme to tell the story of five mischievous ghosts and their night time adventure.

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Featuring bright, comical illustrations along with the rhythm of the short rhyming verses, this tale captured Jack’s attention and ignited his curiosity.

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Jack is a total bookworm but as much as I love his enthusiasm, he can be a little heavy handed with his books. With the sturdy cardboard pages and padded front and back covers, there is no danger of ripped pages with ‘Five little ghosts’.

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Priced at £5.99 it wont break the bank and aimed at 1-5 years, ‘Five little ghosts’ is a charming, scare free way of introducing little ones to Halloween.

Little Tiger have a large range of books, including a Halloween themed sticker album and ‘I want to be a witch’  a charming picture book about a little girl who decides what type of witch she wants to be.

Why not take a look for yourself at www.littletiger.co.uk

How do you celebrate Halloween? Do you do anything specific to make it special for little ones?

Disclaimer: I was sent ‘Five little ghosts’ for the purpose of this review, all words, opinions and pictures are my own.

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2 thoughts on “Little Tiger – Five little ghosts book review

  1. Looks like a great picture book. we love reading in our house! #triedtested

  2. I love the look of this book, in fact I think I ‘may’ have recently put it in my Amazon basket, haha! I never knew it was a board book either which makes it sooo much better!! #triedandtested

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