Halloween Repetitive Stories
A Dark, Dark Tale by Ruth Brown
as a spooky, but not too scary book. It has dark, dark in almost every
Ahlberg's "Funnybones" for Halloween
(not a Halloween book per se, but it works about some skeletons who go
around scaring some animal skeletons)
Big Pumpkin" by Erica Silverman
Eve Bunting's Scary Scary Halloween
is a cute one.
Halloween mice! by Bethany Roberts
I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed
a Pie_ by A. Jackson.
It Didn't Frighten Me! by Janet
L. Goss and Jerome C. Harste, illustrated by Steve Romney :Willowisp Press,
Millions of Cats_ by Wanda Gag.
Mouse's First Halloween by Lauren
Old Devil Wind" by Bill Martin.
After just a few pages, the students are making the sounds and repeating
thewords along with you. We have a great time with that one!
One Dark Night by Edna Preston
- old but still wonderful
One Fall Day - Molly Bang
Teeny Tiny / DePaola & other
versions of the Teeny Tiny Woman ("...give me my boooone..."
That Apple is Mine by Katya Arnold
has all the animals saying that apple is mine a bunch of times.
The Ghost Eyed Tree and The Magic
Pumpkin by Bill Martin
The Ghost of the One-Black Eye".
The House That Drac Built by Judy
Sierra is very repetitive, but it would depend on the kids as far as scary
level. It's a story that adds a sentence to every page so that by the time
you get to the end, the kids know the whole rhyme.
The Runaway Bunny_ by Margaret
Wise Brown, is another showing thankfulness and having good repetitive
The Teeny Tiny Teacher: A Teeny
Tiny Ghost Story Adapted a Teeny Tiny Bit by Stephanie Calmenson, Denis
The Teeny-Tiny Woman: a ghost
story_ by Paul Galdone would be perfect.
Use brown bear brown bear and
change it to "black cat black cat what do you see? I see a white
ghost looking at me, etc, etc..
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