A spirited collection of Halloween tongue twisters tickles the funnybones of young readers with such challenges as ""Plump Pumpkins Play"" and ""Glowing Goblins Gleam,"" and whimsical illustrations accompany the text.
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Nola Buck was born and grew up in Alberta, Canada. She is a children's book editor and the author of the Not-Too-Sweet Trick or Treat books and Christmas in the Manger. She lives in New York City.
Sue Truesdell's hilarious illustrations can be seen in many books, including the I Can Read Books about the Golly Sisters by Betsy Byars. Ms. Truesdell lives in New Jersey.From School Library Journal:
PreSchool-Grade 2?Terrific Halloween tongue twisters that are just silly enough to make beginning readers giggle, whether they read them silently or aloud. Watercolor-and-ink illustrations add to the amusement, telling their own story of children celebrating Halloween. Visual details such as witches in britches and bats eating bedbugs will make observant readers laugh even after they tire of the text. Great seasonal fun.?Pamela K. Bomboy, Chesterfield County Public Schools, VA
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