It's Halloween and Aunt Eater is going to a costume party. Dressed as her favorite detective, she's sure to find plenty of mysteries along the way. But even Aunt Eater may not be able to explain all of the strange happenings on Halloween night. Just in time for beginning readers' favorite holiday, Doug Cushman's fourth funny book about this beloved, and often befuddled, sleuth will have amateur detectives investigating their own Halloween mysteries.
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Doug Cushman is the creator of several I Can Read Books about Aunt Eater, the mystery-solving anteater, as well as two mystery picture books about Seymour Sleuth: The Mystery of King Karfu and The Mystery of the Monkey's Maze. He lives in Redding, California.From Booklist:
Gr. 1^-2. Aunt Eater, the anteater outfitted in Sherlock Holmes garb, returns in this addition to the I Can Read series. This time, Aunt Eater is involved in four short mysteries with Halloween as the backdrop. Except for the last one, the vignettes are on the bland side. In the first, a child thinks there is a monster in his house, but it is only his father, who has eaten too much candy. In the second, a mother and child have trouble with their costumes, and in the third, spooky music is coming from the piano--it turns out that a snake has sneaked inside. The last story features Aunt Eater dancing with a mysterious scarecrow. The watercolor-and-ink illustrations are lively and find the fun in each chapter. Consider this because there are few Halloween books for beginning readers. Ilene Cooper
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Book Description Harpercollins Childrens Books, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11006027803X