Pumpkins Pumpkins Everywhere Book Review


I love Autumn and I love the holidays it brings, the best one being Halloween. I love to dress the house up, get sweets ready for children knocking on my door, to take my children Trick or Treating and sometimes to have parties (depending on work commitments) and my older two children love Halloween too. Harry only being 3 has not really experienced the excitement but we’ve been talking about it for the past week and he is starting to really get into it. He has decided he would like to be a bat 🙂

We were recently sent this brilliant book from Parragon Books called Pumpkins Pumpkins Everywhere. It is the perfect book to keep Harry’s (and mine) excitement up.

It’s quite a simple book and doesn’t have a long word count on each page so it keeps him engaged through the whole book. The pages are really bright and colourful so again helps keeping young ones engaged. It’s not scary but keeps the Halloween theme running all the way through with bats, spiders and of course pumpkins.

This is quickly becoming one of Harry’s favourites and I think we will be reading it long after Halloween 🙂


*We were sent this book for the purposes of review but as always all words and opinions are my own. 


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4 Responses to Pumpkins Pumpkins Everywhere Book Review

  1. Sarah says:

    This book looks lovely, I’ve seen this on another blog too and I’m really tempted to get it for my daughter, I don’t think we own any Halloween books! We really need to! I also love this time of year! SO excited for Halloween 🙂 #ReadWithMe

  2. Catherine says:

    Pumpkins are my favourite part of Halloween – this book looks really fun 🙂


  3. Claire says:

    Hehe, this book would have been perfect for us yesterday, we wen’t pumpkin picking! I think I’ll have to keep an eye out for it!!

  4. I do like a shorter story at bed times 😉 thanks for sharing with #readwithme

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