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Random Stuff That Rocks: Halloween Fun

The Ghostly Tales of the Haunted South by Alan Brown

Have you heard of the headless ghost of Deer Island or the Rock and Roll Cemetery – right here in Mississippi? Pulled right from history, these fascinating ghostly tales will change the way you see the American South. This book is a fun read and is kid friendly. 

$12.99 | Amazon

Very Hungry Caterpillar Costume  

Inspired by the World of Eric Carle, this cuddly Halloween costume turns your little one into a Very Hungry Caterpillar. Comfy, cozy and utterly adorable, it’s made of soft corduroy and faux fur fabric with plump padding and embroidered details. Feels so soft on your baby’s skin.

$69 | potterybarnkids.com

iPlay, iLearn Rainbow Unicorn Dress 

Transform into a dazzling shimmering unicorn this Halloween. This rainbow dress comes with an eye-catching unicorn headband and is made of breathable fabric that’s non-itchy, soft and stretchy.  

$19.98 | Amazon

Two-Headed Dragon Hopper Toy 

This dragon, created by iPlay, iLearn, is not the scary type. He is the perfect play companion and will transport your little one to a magical world, while also helping to burn off that energy! What magical adventures will you and your dragon embark on?  

$32.00 | Amazon

Journey Down the Belly  

Me and Mine created fascinating kits for young scientists and explorers. This one teaches kids about digestion and metabolism in a fun engaging way. By the way, the slime components are borax-free, mess-free, and kid-friendly.  

$29.99 | meandmine.com

About The Author

Dasha Peipon

Dasha is originally from Ukraine (it’s in the heart of Europe, look it up on the map if you want!) and moved to Mississippi with her family in September 2017. Before that she lived in Massachusetts and Maryland. She guesses they have a thing for “M” states. She is a writer, an editor, a teacher and the type of mom that never sits still. Being part of Parents & Kids has been helpful for her goal of finding places to explore with her kids, getting plugged in and her family becoming true Mississippians.

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