The fun of Splat the Cat continues in New York Times bestselling author-artist Rob Scotton’s paper-over-board edition of Scaredy-Cat, Splat! It’s Halloween, and Splat is determined to be the scariest cat in the class. Unfortunately, he’s just too much of a scaredy-cat. He’s afraid of a little spider, and everyone says his costume looks more silly than scary. And when Mrs. Wimpydimple tells a ghost story in the dark, Splat gets so frightened that he tips over his jack-o’-lantern. But when the lights go back on, the entire class is scared silly by a small, black, furry creature with a big pumpkin head. Whooooo can it be?
This funny Halloween book can be used in speech therapy for noticing character expressions and for targeting /sp/ and /sk/ sounds! Discover more of the speech and language teaching concepts for using Scaredy-Cat, Splat in speech therapy below: