“Bedtime for BOO” by Mickie Matheis Review and Giveaway!!!

 

The air her in the Northeast is getting cooler and crisper and we are now officially in Autumn.  Halloween will be here very soon, it is a fitting time to read some fun books to your child.  I recently received Bedtime for BOO by Mickie Matheis for review.  After a night of haunting, Boo the little ghost is wide awake! But Mama Ghost knows just what to do to help Boo fall asleep. “Listen,” she says, and Boo slowly dozes off to the comforting creaks and squeaks of the house. This lullaby-like picture book has the lyrical beauty of Margaret Wise Brown and is the perfect bedtime read.  This is such a wonderful read and my sons just adored it.  My boys are not scared of monsters or ghosts so they had no problems with this story before bed.  Some kids who have issues with monsters and ghosts may not find this great for before bed.  This book is sure to be well requested many times before and after Halloween in our house.

MICKIE MATHEIS lives in a ghost-free but nonetheless spirited home in northeast Ohio with her husband and three young children. Growing up, the sound that soothed her to sleep at night was the furnace kicking on, which is still one of her favorite house sounds—along with the sleepy chatter of her children at bedtime. Mickie has written numerous licensed titles for young readers. Bedtime for Boo is her first original book.

Random House is sponsoring a giveaway on Mommy Ramblings.  One lucky blog reader will win their own copy of Bedtime for BOO!!!  Thank you Random House for the review book and for sponsoring this spooktacular giveaway on Mommy Ramblings!!!  Open to US residents.

 

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9 Responses to “Bedtime for BOO” by Mickie Matheis Review and Giveaway!!!

  1. Shannon F.

    My daughter would love Sweet and Spooky Halloween (Disney Princess). 🙂

  2. Kimberly Schotz

    I like a Home for Bunny
    Kims2312@verizon.net

  3. Erika P.

    I like Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Crafts book.

  4. Carmen Van Deursen

    I like Holidays Around The World: Celebrate Halloween
    With Pumpkins, Costumes, and Candy
    Written by Deborah Heiligman it looks informative and educational for my kids.

  5. Janet W.

    I like the book called The Chicken Problem.

  6. Melissa

    Ten Dollar Dinners

  7. Casey

    The Maze Runner looks good

  8. Wendy W.

    Martha Stewart’s Homekeeping Handbook looks like it might be quite handy!

  9. Anne

    I like Duck & Goose, It’s Time for Christmas!

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