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Overview

"A shiveringly good tale for ghost story enthusiasts who like happy endings."

-Kirkus Reviews

"Readers will fall for this spooktacular tale!"

-The Children's Book Review

Aah! Dude! It moved!

Can the mysterious shuddering pumpkin the three kids found in the forest be alive? They're going to find out when they lift it from its resting place and carry it home. But what happens if someone-or something-comes looking for it?

This evocative graphic novel is spooky yet ultimately gentle and charming. It presents a tale of unfounded fear of those who are different and the similarities we all share. Told in richly stylized full-color artwork from illustrator Meaghan Tosi whose previous work Kirkus Reviews praised as delightful.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781954782068
Publisher: Dooney Press
Publication date: 09/20/2022
Pages: 78
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range: 7 - 10 Years

About the Author

MEAGHAN TOSI was born and raised in New Hampshire and earned a BFA from Laguna College of Art & Design. They illustrated the middle-grade novel "Six Thousand Doughnuts" alongside author Thomas Tosi, and created the graphic novels "Dweedy: The Imagined Adventures of My Deceased Cat", "Squashed", and the "Dweedy and The Bush Cats" series. They are currently illustrating the next book with Thomas Tosi, "The Curse of the Crummy Mummy". They now live in Portland, Oregon, for the art scene, extraordinary hikes, and many neighborhood cats.

Thomas Tosi is a bestselling author and filmmaker whose writing includes six feature screenplays, three novels, and a children's chapter book. He has written and directed numerous short dramatic films and the feature film "Dribbles." His films have been screened nationally on the USA TV Network, internationally at film festivals in Europe and North America as official entries of the United States, and regionally on PBS stations. His novel "Six Thousand Doughnuts" was narrated for audiobook by AudioFile Magazine Golden Voice, Michael Crouch. In August of 2022, it became the Number One Bestselling Children's Audiobook in independent bookstores across North America. He graduated from Boston University winning both the Blue Chip Award for undergraduate achievement and Redstone Award for filmmaking. Living in his native New Hampshire, he frequently collaborates on creative projects with his family.
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