Not-So-Spooky Songs and Stories | Daniel Boone Regional Library

Not-So-Spooky Songs and Stories

Mother and child in witch costumeWhile we are doing lots of virtual story times, which are pretty awesome, I do miss in person story times! One of my favorite things to do during story time is to sing “Zoom Zoom Zoom” with our babies and toddlers. They absolutely love it! Usually we blast off to the moon in our rocket ships after this rhyme, but my awesome coworker has created new lyrics for our patrons who celebrate spooky season.

Zoom, Zoom, Zoom—Boo!

Zoom, zoom, zoom,
Climb onto my broom.
Zoom, zoom, zoom,
Climb onto my broom.
If you want to ride around,
to spook the people in the town.
Zoom, zoom, zoom,
Climb onto my broom.
In 5, 4, 3, 2, 1,
BOO!

~By Erin (and inspired by Jbrary!)

Want to read some not-so-spooky books with your kids? Try out these eBooks on Hoopla!

  • Ollie's HalloweenLittle Halloween” by Denise Brennan-Nelson
    Ten Halloween-related topics are presented in a rhyming riddle format with illustrated clues and answers. Costume, candy and black cat are included in this board book.
  • Ollie’s Halloween” by Olivier Dunrea
    This Halloween, Gossie is a wizard and Gertie is a chicken. Peedie is a dragon and BooBoo is a bunny. Ollie is a mummy who thinks sharing is more fun than scaring. Join the goslings as they hoot, howl and haunt the night away. Goslings are on the prowl!
  • Halloween Treats” by Ruth Owen
    Ghosts, witches, pumpkins and candy are great baking inspiration. This book is chock-full of themed Halloween recipes for young bakers to tackle during the spookiest time of the year.
  • Super Simple Halloween Activities” by Megan Borgert-Spaniol
    Get ready for creepy crafts and spooky snacks! Kids will learn all about Halloween and its traditions and explore ways they can celebrate the Halloween season by making a mini cemetery, a ghost greeting card and more.

Click here! to explore more Halloween eBooks for kids.