Beneath the Ghost Moon by Jane Yolen

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The farmyard mice are slumbering; beside each bed lies a tiny costume specially designed for the upcoming Ghost Eve Ball. Meanwhile, the dreaded creepy-crawlies are preparing to attack! Full color.

About Jane Yolen

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Jane Yolen was born February 11, 1939 in New York City. She received her BA from Smith College in 1960. After college, she became an editor in New York City and wrote during her lunch break. She sold her first children's book, Pirates in Petticoats, at the age of 22. Since then, she has written over 300 books for children, young adults and adults. Her other works include the Emperor and the Kite, Owl Moon, How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? and The Devil's Arithmetic, which tells the story of the life of a Jew in a concentration camp. She has won a multitude of medals for her work including the Kerlan Award, the Regina Medal, the Keene State Children's Literature Award, the Caldecott Medal, two Nebula Awards, two Christopher Medals, the World Fantasy Award, three Mythopoeic Fantasy Awards, the Golden Kite Award, the Jewish Book Award, the World Fantasy Association's Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Association of Jewish Libraries Award. Laurel Molk is the author and illustrator of several children's books including The Mitzvah Project Book, Off We Go! and When You Were Just a Heartbeat.
Published September 1, 1998 by Little, Brown. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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The mice are despondent when they see the mess and even consider moving away, but they are inspired to battle by one small white mouse.

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With a nod to ``The Night Before Christmas,'' Yolen introduces a group of sleeping mice that dream not of sugarplums, but of a Halloween ``fancy-dress ball.'' The rodents never get the chance to dance in the moonlight, however, for a band of salamander-like creatures sneaks into the house and des...

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