Pumpkin Pleaser

Pumpkin Hill gets great giggles from second grade.  Author Elizabeth Spurr uses literary devices, including alliteration and rhyming, to put smiles on her readers’ faces and give their tongues a work-out. 

The story starts with one pernicious pumpkin that grows “plump, plump and plumper” and ends with the reason for roasting salty seeds on Halloween.  This book will have your interest from start, end, and in between!

Come check out Pumpkin Hill, or any other Autumn and Halloween related books, in our library today!   

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