Spooky Little Halloween: A Finger Wiggle Book

Illustrator: Nick Sharratt

Binding: Board Book

Imprint: Walker Books

Book 8 of Finger Wiggle Books Series

Age 1+

Novelty, Toy & Die-Cut Books

Enjoy and encourage imaginative Halloween play with your baby in this spooktacular finger wiggle book!

Poke your fingers through the holes of this lighthearted Halloween board book to make wiggly legs for your favourite cast of creepy characters in spooky season! From the witch on her broom to the wolf howling at the moon, from the bat that's hanging upside down to the pumpkin that's round, share the joy of reading together with your baby. Bright, high contrast illustrations and finger holes to explore, make this book the perfect start to a lifelong love of books.


Sally Symes trained as a designer and has worked as a paper engineer, before she started to write her own books. Nick and Sally have worked together on four previous titles in the Finger Wiggle series. Something Beginning with Blue; A Boot, a Hat, Now Who Is That?, Whose Nose and Tail and Toes Are Those? and Yawn. www.sallysymes.com

Nick Sharratt is an award-winning popular children's book artist, well known for illustrating the books of Jacqueline Wilson. He has written and illustrated many of his own books including What's in the Witch's Kitchen?, Once Upon a Time, Pirate Pete and The Foggy, Foggy Forest. www.nicksharratt.com


On each spread that introduces Nick Sharratt’s endearing characters, Sally Symes’ simple rhyming text provides a ‘wiggle wiggle’ and a fun, sometimes onomatopoeic phrase to join in with.

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An interactive board book for tinies enjoying Halloween. It features holes to wiggle your fingers through, creating the legs of a little witch, wolf, cat, pumpkin, spider, ghost, bat, and vampire in Nick Sharratt’s bold, appealing style.

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This delightful little board book for Halloween will appeal to all pre-school children.

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I strongly recommend this deceptively simple picture book which uses Sharratt’s distinctively bold colours and uncluttered style throughout. There is just enough detail on each page to encourage a child to use some new vocabulary without overwhelming the very young reader.

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