Review: Teeny Tiny and the Witch Woman…and more spooky Halloween stories

Halloween is almost upon us and we’ve been having fun reading and watching all sorts of spooky tales with the kids and without! Since my daughter is still pretty young we are keeping the really creepy and frightening stuff at bay until she is old enough not to become afraid of it. And with that being said we’ve been enjoying and would like to recommend the Scholastic Storybook Treasure DVD collections of Halloween stories!

What’s been in our DVD player for the past week has been Teeny Tiny and the Witch Woman…and more spooky Halloween stories! These stories are quite kid-friendly and teach children important character skills such as stories about self esteem and creativity. Not to forget to also mention how all the Scholastic Storybook Treasure DVDs help improve reading skills with the read along feature.

Stories in this collection…

TEENY-TINY AND THE WITCH WOMAN (Written by Barbara K. Walker, illustrated by Michael Foreman) A deliciously scary story about a boy who outsmarts an old witch-woman before she can cook him and his brothers for dinner.

THE BOY WITH TWO SHADOWS (Written by Margaret Mahy, illustrated by Jenny Williams) An unforgettable tale about the mayhem that takes place when you promise to help a witch.

LOS GATOS BLACK ON HALLOWEEN (Written by Marisa Montes, illustreated by Yuyi Morales, narrated by Maria Conchita Alonso) This lively poem introduces a spooky array of creatures and Spanish words to little niños. There is also a bonus interview with author of this tale!

WHAT’S UNDER MY BED? (Written and illustrated by James Stevenson) Mary Ann and Louie are convinced there is something scary under their beds–until Grandpa tells them a spooky tale from his youth.

KING OF THE CATS (Written and illustrated by Paul Galdone) As the gravedigger tells a story of seeing nine black cats carrying a coffin into the cemetery his cat’s eyes start to glow. Does his cat know something?

If you are interested in purchasing Teeny Tiny and the Witch Woman . . . and more spooky Halloween stories, it’s $6.99 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping at Amazon.com.

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