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Ghost Storytime


Storytime and other Library programs.

Let the wild rumpus start!

Ghost Storytime

Scott Bahlmann

Opening: Shake My Sillies Out – Raffi


Book: Three Little Ghosties – Pippa Goodhart

Three Little Ghosties

(Not much story here, but the illustrations are playful, and there's great personality.)

Activity: In the Dark Dark Woods
(see the full version here)


(Just a little bit spooky. It's great to do again and have the kids try to remember what part comes next.)

Book: Ghost in the House – Ammi-Joan Paquette


(A little ghost find lots of things in the house, but wasn't expecting a live boy! Adorable illustrations.)

Activity: Ghost Hunt
(Adapted from the traditional 'Going on a Bear Hunt')


(This was a fun adaptation of a tried and true activity.)

We're going on a ghost hunt
We're going to catch a spooky one! (wiggle fingers by face)
With a wiggly body. (wiggle body)
and a big round mouth. (draw circle around mouth with finger)
Look over there!
It's a river...
(Hop across the river, Sludge through the muddy field,
sneak past the haunted house, duck under the branchy forest,
and then we find a ghost in the graveyard!)


Book: Ghosts in the House - Kazuno Kohara


(An adorable and original story. I love everything about it.)

Activity: Five Little Ghosts
(See the full version here)


(This has a fun interactive element with the kids predicting the colors that the ghosts will turn. Very fun!)

Book: Mine! – Mathilde Stein


(This book is a little bit long, but the pacing is fantastic so I left it as is. Even at the end of the program, the kids were very into it.)

Activity:  Ghost Craft


(Then we taped paper cut in strips into a plastic cup for a little ghost, and used stickers for the eyes. With yarn attached to the top, the kids had a great time 'flying' their ghost friends through the air.)