Family life School & Family Great new children's book releases this October Check out our pick of the best reads for children coming this month 1 of Ad break Fab new October book releasesCelebrate Children's Book Week (October 4-10) by snuggling up with your child and getting stuck into a good book. Feed their imagination and encourage their storytelling skills with books at anytime of day, not just bedtime. We've tracked down six of the best children's books due out this October, to get your bookworm started. Happy reading! Charlie and Lola Slightly Invisible, £7.14, Lauren ChildCharlie and friend Marv are in search of strange and tricky creatures, and luckily Lola knows how to catch them! The help of Lola's invisible friend, Soren Lorensen, is enlisted, too! Charlie and Lola Slightly Invisible, £7.14, Lauren Child. Available October 7 Best for ages 2 years + April and Esme Tooth Fairies, £9.78, Bob GrahamTooth fairies now have mobile phones. April and Esme are asked to make their first ever "tooth visit". After a windy flight, they reach the boy's home and sneak in to collect his tooth. April and Esme Tooth Fairies, £9.78, Bob Graham. Available October 12 Best for ages 5 years + Ahmed and the Feather Girl, £10.79, Jane RayAhmed lives with a travelling circus. His life is changed when he finds an egg in the forest - from it hatches a little girl who sprouts feathers that turn into wings! Ahmed and the Feather Girl, £10.79, Jane Ray. Available October 7 Best for ages 3 years + Continue slideshow > Meg Goes to Bed, £4.19, Helen Nicoll Perfect for Hallowe'en! Mog and Owl are hungry, so Meg makes a spell. But it doesn't go to plan, so Mog and Owl end up going to bed still hungry! Meg Goes to Bed, £4.19, Helen Nicoll and Jan Pienkowski. Available October 7 Best for all ages The Stick Man Jigsaw Book, £6.92, Julia DonaldsonThe Stick Man lives in the family tree with his Stick Lady love and their Stick children three! This classic book is back again but with a twist - this time there are six 12-piece jigsaws. The Stick Man Jigsaw Book, £6.92, Julia Donaldson. Available now Best for ages 2 years + Witches at War! The White Wand, £5.67, Martin HowardAnother book that's ideal for Hallowe'en! This is the second volume in the series. It sees Esmelia Sniff and her apprentice Sam trying to stop evil Diabolica Nightshade from creating an army of witches to take over the world. Witches at War! The White Wand, £5.67, Martin Howard. Available October 18 Best for ages 4 years + By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums Cheryl, Liam Payne and child - family facts The moment a little boy, aged 2, sat on Santa's lap one last time Ferne McCann: I've cried every day since becoming a mum Helen Skelton on taming a 2-year-old: "Bribery works for me"