Boo Who? A New Kid-Friendly Halloween Book With a Good Cause

Boo Who Halloween Book

Toss the scary stuff to the side, it’s time for a fun new book that your kids will love. The book was just released in time for the Halloween season and has a great theme of acceptance and friendship wrapped throughout the tale. It follows a little girl named Gracie, her dog, their animal friends, and a new friend they’ve made, a ghost Boo Montague.

The story is full of whimsy and fun but not-so-scary Halloween fun. It’s an excellent reminder for younger kids about accepting others who may be different and doing so in a fun Halloween way. The story is told in a rhyming narrative and helps kids with lessons in friendship, facing their fears, and empathy. The book is perfect for preschool and early elementary-aged kids. And as an added bonus, all of the proceeds from the book are donated to the ASPCA.

Want to start a new Halloween tradition with your little ones? Grab a copy of The Wildly Whimsical Tales of Gracie & Sniggles: Boo Who? on Amazon now.

About The Wildly Whimsical Tales of Gracie & Sniggles: Boo Who?

A magical adventure awaits young readers in Boo Who? when a precocious girl named Gracie, her dog, Sniggles and their friends; Bob, a crotchety crow; Lucy and eccentric cat; and an anxiety-filled squirrel named Ziggy, befriend a fearful little ghost, Boo Montague, at the Hocus Pocus Pumpkin Patch.  Boo was shunned by the other ghosts because he’s cheerful, not spiteful and frightful, Gracie invites Boo to join them for Halloween.  All is well until Sully the snail, who delivers the mail, arrives with a note from Annie McFannie that reads, “Halloween has been canceled!”


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