Not-So-Scary Halloween Books, Movies & Games

It’s October, and we’re excited to celebrate Halloween all month long with books, movies, TV series, games, and activities. Join us in our post-hiatus return for an all-Halloween chat to get you inspired for the month ahead. And, as always, we’ll share what we’ve been reading lately. Enjoy!

Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls

This episode is sponsored by Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls, the best-selling book and podcast (now in its fourth season!). Look for the podcast wherever you like to listen, and thanks to Rebel Girls for sponsoring our show!

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Send us an email (hello@kidliteratepodcast.com) or a voicemail about what YOU are reading these days, and we might feature your family on the podcast! Be sure to tell us kids’ names and ages along with the books they recommend (and we love to hear what parents are reading, too!).

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Documentaries For Preschoolers Through Tweens

Family movie night doesn’t have to be for fictional tales only–we love a good documentary or documentary series in our house! With so many kids spending more time at home these days–and even learning remotely–we thought we’d round up a list of good documentaries for preschoolers through tweens and teens. Join us!

Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls

This episode is sponsored by Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls, the best-selling book and podcast (now in its third season!). Look for the podcast wherever you like to listen, and thanks to Rebel Girls for sponsoring our show!

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Documentaries we discussed (and a few more we forgot to mention!)

We are part of the Amazon Affilates Program, which means if you click through one of our Amazon links and make a purchase, we earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. Thanks!

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  • Clara, age 11, recommends Double Identity by Margaret Peterson Haddix, and The Strangers (#1 in the Greystone Secrets series) by the same author

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Movies At The Theater!

How young is too young to enjoy a movie in the theater? How do we handle choosing movies that aren’t too loud, scary, or overwhelming when viewed on the silver screen? And what, most importantly, does our 11-year-old co-host think are the best movie snacks and treats? Episode 8 is all about the experience of seeing movies in the theater, from toddler to tween and as a whole family. Join us!

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  • This episode was suggested by a listener! You can reach us at hello@kidliteratepodcast.com

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Thanks to the McCall family for sending in their current reads via voicemail!

Email us at hello@kidliteratepodcast.com – we’d love to hear from you!

“Can I Watch This?” (The Hunger Games & Parental Guidance)

How do we handle it when kids want to watch, read, or listen to something that parents think is of questionable appropriateness? We recently read The Hunger Games together – mom and 6th grader – and in Episode 3 of Kidliterate we discuss how we arrived at the decision to do that, as well as what we look at when making these judgment calls in general. Join us!

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Email us at hello@kidliteratepodcast.com – we’d love to hear from you!