The Case of the Halloween Ghost

The Case of the Halloween Ghost

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by John R. Erickson, Gerald L. Holmes
     
 

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It's Halloween, and strange things are happening on the ranch. When darkness falls, Drover reports that he has seen a witch, a ghost, a pirate, and two skeletons on Slim’s front porch . . . and, these terrifying creatures were saying something about “Tricker Trees.” Can Hank and Drover solve the mystery--before they get too spooked? USA Today

Overview

It's Halloween, and strange things are happening on the ranch. When darkness falls, Drover reports that he has seen a witch, a ghost, a pirate, and two skeletons on Slim’s front porch . . . and, these terrifying creatures were saying something about “Tricker Trees.” Can Hank and Drover solve the mystery--before they get too spooked? USA Today calls the hilarious Hank the Cowdog series "...the best family entertainment in years."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014146050
Publisher:
Maverick Books, Inc.
Publication date:
04/09/2012
Series:
Hank the Cowdog , #9
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
718,721
File size:
13 MB
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This product may take a few minutes to download.
Age Range:
9 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

For more information about the author, John R. Erickson, please visit Hank's official website at www.hankthecowdog.com.

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The Case of the Halloween Ghost (Hank the Cowdog Series #9) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book has its crrepy moments, but overall this is one of the funniest. Like USA Today says, Hank the Cowdog is the best family entertainment in years.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recomebd this book to everyone bexause its uhmmm.....AWSOME!!"
Guest More than 1 year ago
A good story teller is a wonderful gift to his audience. The Hank the Cowdog tapes are such a gift. Mr Erickson's tapes are made for children but just as pleasurable for adults. There is a refreshing lack of condescension. Listeners not familiar with ranch life may find themselves confused at times, but catching on is not hard. Some of the dialog is reminiscent of the Marx Brothers rather than more recent childrens literature. So what is wrong with that! The Marx Brothers are classics and children the age these books are slanted toward love silly stuff. Hank is no heroic paragon; he is a very 'doggy' dog a coward, a bully a glutton and a hero at the same time. He is closely related to the 'Coyote Tales' of the Navajos complete with appropriate grossness. Remember, kids have been known to be fond of grossness. The music which accompanies these tapes is as funny as the story. There is very fine 'old timey' background music as well as catchy songs. I would say that there is a real mud puddle,(rather than reservoir), of talent up there in the Texas Panhandle.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im gonna pop some farts write out of my butt! Im hunting looking for sosme fresh air cuz my toooot! Funnyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy fart huh! : )