Happy Labor Day weekend!
Lots of good sales going on this weekend, but of course the ones I care about most are book deals!
Here are some of my favorites:
Labor Day Weekend Book Deals
Ghoulia And The Ghost With No Name by Barbara Cantini – audiobook
Tally loved Ghoulia when we read it last Halloween. Ghoulia is a zombie living with her aunt in a house on the edge of town. In this installment Ghoulia and her aunt are hosting a New Year’s Eve party and one of the guests need help! Will Ghoulia be able to save them? (This one is a Libro.fm title, which means you can make it into a Yoto card!).
Trouble with Tattle-Tails by Jonathan Auxier – audiobook
My girls have loved the books in this series about Auggie who is in charge of the one-of-a-kind Fabled Stables. This is book #2 in the series, and book #3 is also on sale for $2.99. (Like Mercy Watson books, you can read these in any order if you’d like).
Leila, The Perfect Witch by Flavia Z. Drago – audiobook
This is a fun story of Leila Wayward, a little witch is who is excellent at. . .everything. That is, until she tries to enter a bake off and realizes she’s not so perfect in the kitchen. Fortunately, she has three magical sisters who are more than happy to help her with her recipe. I recommended it in my post about new Halloween books in 2022 and I was delighted to see it as an audio version for such a good price! (P.S. you can make a Yoto Card with it if you’d like!).
My Weirdtastic School #1: Miss Banks Pulls Lots of Pranks! by Dan Gutman – audiobook
This is a silly series reminds me of the Wayside School series and my 6 year old has been VERY into them lately. This series follows AJ, a new 4th grader, and all the adults at Ella Mentry School are just a little bit weird…maybe REALLY weird!
Can Bears Ski? by Raymond Antrobus – audiobook
Little Bear is very tuned into his world – he can feel the floor shake and his bed rumble. But he also feels like he might be missing something. When Dad Bear takes him to see an audiologist so he can get hearing aids, he realizes the world can be LOUD.