A spooky Halloween read-aloud guaranteed to tickle the smallest funny bones!
After nine lives, Skeleton Cat is back for his tenth. And he has big dreams: to be a drummer. So he rattles and shakes his way through town to find the perfect band. And this phantom cat cause quite a hilarious scene.
Kristyn Crow's punchy beat, rollicking action, and clever rhyme paired with Dan Krall's ghoulishly charming art makes Skeleton Cat a perfect, catchy read-aloud for all ages.
About the Author
Kristyn Crow is the author of many humorous books for kids including, BEDTIME AT THE SWAMP, illustrated by Macky Pamintuan; COOL DADDY RAT, illustrated by Mike Lester; and THE MIDDLE-CHILD BLUES, illustrated by David Catrow. She lives with her husband and their litter of seven kids in Utah. You can visit her Web site at www.kristyncrow.com.
Dan Krall is an animator by day and a picture book illustrator by night. His first book is Being a PIG IS NICE: A CHILD'S-EYE VEIW OF MANNERS, written by Sally Lloyd-Jones. He lives in California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Skeleton cat awakes from the grave with a big dream. He wants to be a drummer. Despite the discouragement from the other ghost and ghouls of the graveyard, when he sees a flyer for an audition that night, Skeleton Cat makes his was across town. As he rattles and shakes, clinks and ka-plinks, Skeleton Cat finds his beat. But will he find his perfect band too? With silly rhymes, an upbeat attitude, and catchy illustrations, Skeleton Cat makes a great read out loud. Recommended for readers age 4-8.