By the Light of the Halloween Moonby Caroline Stutson, Kevin Hawkes
In this “catchy, lilting cumulative tale with glorious comical/scary illustrations” (Kirkus Reviews), a little girl’s toe taps a tune as her legs dangle from a footbridge that has all sorts of creatures hidden underneath. There are cats and witches, bats and ghosts. With lots of repetition, a rhythmic, bouncy text, and imaginative illustrations, this Halloween title is sure to tickle your bones your funny bones, that is! And for the first time in over a decade, this Halloween gem is back in print.
- Amazon Childrens Publishing
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- 8.20(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.20(d)
- Age Range:
- 5 - 9 Years
Meet the Author
Caroline Stutson lives in Littleton, Colorado, where she enjoys storytelling and taking her dog, Seymour, for walks along the Highline Canal. She is the author of a number of picture books, including Pirate Pup illustrated by Robert Rayevsky, Night Train illustrated by Katherine Tillotson, and Cowpokes illustrated by Daniel San Souci. Caroline is a former elementary school teacher and has worked in the children’s departments of several libraries. She loves doing puppet shows for preschoolers, especially when they laugh themselves silly.
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Two years ago, my daughter was 3 when we first checked this book out at the library. We read it so often that she memorized the story. Throughout the past 2 years, we have checked out the book and enjoyed the story as well as the illustrations. We went to the library today and she told me that she wanted the Halloween Moon book. It's a tradition now, so I'm purchasing a copy of the book for her to enjoy.