Friday, October 16, 2020

New Fall Kids Books Review + Giveaway

Books


MBE partnered with Simon & Schuster for this review and giveaway

Fall & Halloween Kids Titles


You know what's really scary, but also exciting? The diverse array of all-new spooky children's books parents and kids from toddlers through teenagers will discover in Simon & Schuster's Fall 2020 youth collection. 


Fall 2020 New Kids Books


Among the season's 23 new titles literally covering the full age range of kids to enjoy are board books for toddlers; beautifully-illustrated picture books for preschoolers; fun titles for early book worms to read aloud; books to entertain seasoned middle grade readers of tweens; and several new dark and exciting Young Adult (YA) reads for the more independent teenage crowd.


Halloween Kids Board Books 2020



Board Books for Toddlers


Starting off, for the youngest kids are some adorable seasonally-inspired board books including In a Spooky Haunted House ($12.99) by Joel Stern, an author my family happens to know personally since he was my son's first origami teacher. Other cute sturdy Simon & Schuster books for little ones are a 3D novelty board book shaped like a cat called One Black Cat ($7.99) by Robie Rogge and Click, Clack, Boo! ($12.99), written and illustrated by the popular New York Times bestselling duo Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin who brought us Farmer Brown and his animal friends to young children's literature.


Fall Picture Books Kids 2020


Picture Books for Young Kids


For kids who enjoy being read to or even reading to a big brother, sister, or you, how about I Love My Fangs ($17.99) by Kelly Leigh Miller? Another new good one is The Little Kitten ($16.99) by Nicola Killen featuring interactive die cut pages. And for unicorn fans, check out Unicorns Are the Worst ($17.99) by Alex Willan, a funny and imaginative illustrated book about celebrating differences when a grumpy goblin first meets the new unicorns in the neighborhood. Also among the Simon & Schuster new fall picture books are In My Creepy Valentine ($17.99) by Arthur Howard; Spooky Sticker Surprise ($6.99) by Ryan Kaji, an interactive storybook which includes a spook-tactular sheet of stickers; and a scratch-and-sniff book called Daniel's Apple Picking Adventure ($8.99), adapted by Maggie Testa.


Kids Early Reader Fall Books


Creepy Stories for Early Readers


Spooky adventure books for new readers ages 5 to 9 include Henry Heckelbeck and the Haunted Hideout ($5.99) by Wanda Coven and Escape from the Roller Ghoster ($5.99) by Andres Miedoso. Kids ages 5 through 7 might enjoy Ready, Set, Scream! ($17.99) adapted by Ximena Hastings and based on the popular Hotel Transylvania series on Disney Channel. Meanwhile 6 to 9 year-olds can dive into Basil and the Library Ghost ($5.99) by Cathy Hapka and for the older budding readers there other fun chapter books such as Monster of Disguise ($5.99) by Joe McGee (Ages 7-10) and The Creature in Room #YTH-125 ($6.99) by Mark Young (Ages 8-12).


Books Middle Grades Kids Fall 2020


Intriguing Books for the Middle Grades


Creepy and magical stories abound for readers age 8 to 12 in this collection. Among the selection ranging from mysterious to fantastical to choose from are Whispering Pines ($17.99) by Heidi Lang and Kati Bartkowski; Beetle & The Hollow Bones ($21.99) by Aliza Layne; Time of Green Magic ($17.99) by Hilary McKay; Daring of Della Dupree ($17.99) by Natasha Lowe; and Bye-Bye Blue Creek ($17.99) by Andrew Smith, a story about vampires who move into the house next door which is a follow up novel to Smith's The Size of Truth.


Fall Young Adult Books



Young Adult Literature for Ages 12-14 and Up


Last, but not least, are several new riveting dark YA Fall 2020 book releases perfect for the season of ghosts and goblins. For Age 12+ teen readers will want to check out Magic Dark And Strange ($18.99) by Kelly Powell. In this historical fantasy, think The Bone Witch meets Sherlock Holmes, a girl with the ability to raise the dead digs into the dark, dangerous and magical underworld to stop a series of murders. Then, in Silent As The Grave by Zoe Aarsen ($12.99) for ages 14 and up -- the third and final installment of the Light As a Feather series -- McKenna is tasked with interceding and saving her friends from their predicted deaths.

Giveaway


Read on to learn how you can enter to win your choice of book prize package!

Thanks to Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, ONE (1) lucky MBE giveaway participant will win a prize package which includes a set of books (ARV up to $75) from one of the collections featured in this post: Board Books, Picture Books, Early Readers, Middle Grade Books, OR Young Adult Literature. 


Simon & Schuster
Fall Kids Books
Winner's choice of Prize Package


MBE Giveaway


Fall Kids Books Giveaway


To enter the giveaway Mommy Blog Expert is hosting, visit this MBE Instagram post. Contest is open to US residents only and qualifying winner will be selected at random. Hurry, this giveaway ends October 26, 2020 at 12 am PST/3 am EST. Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing is providing the prize package and is responsible for delivery to winner. Good Luck to everyone who enters to win this Fall and Halloween literary prize!

More About Simon & Schuster


Founded in 1924, Simon & Schuster, is a subsidiary of ViacomCBS. With worldwide distribution, the company publishes 20,000 new titles annually under 35 different imprints. To learn more about their huge collection of literature for youth, visit Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing's Fall 2020 Digital Catalog. Visit the publisher's official website to stay up on what's new for all ages, as well as follow them on TwitterFacebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

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