Bill the Bat Loves Halloween by Daryl K. Cobb

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The creators of "Bill the Bat Finds His Way Home" come together again in this rhythmical tale of a fun-loving bat and his antics on Halloween night. In a story perfect for reading out loud and sharing, "Bill the Bat Loves Halloween" details how Bill discovers that by acting carelessly, he might just end up getting himself hurt. Look for "Bill the Bat Baby-Sits Bella" due out in 2008!
 

About Daryl K. Cobb

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Daryl lives in New Jersey with his wife and two children, only miles away from the town he grew up in. Most of Daryl's written work is specifically for children, originally created for his own two children as bedtime stories. Daryl is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI). Daryl's writing began in college as a Theatre Arts major at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. He found a freshman writing class inspiring and, combined with his love for music and the guitar, he discovered that he had a talent that would motivate him for years to come. After college, he spent a couple of years doing children's traveling theatre. He has appeared on stage in theatrical productions for adults and children across the country. Music has always been Daryls main passion through the years. He is a member of the Nashville's Song Writer's Association and has been writing music for more than 25 years. Daryl says, "I see myself as a storyteller, whether it is told by song or through books. I was born to do this. I love rhythm and rhyme and I have added that to the stories that I create.
 
Published September 9, 2007 by 10 To 2 Children's Books. 36 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Bill the Bat is back, and it’s time for him to watch his little sister Bella for a week while their parents are away.

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While kids don’t have to understand every word of a picture book, parents should know they may find themselves explaining random references to Nixon (and why that is the costume that scares Bill the most) and the tango (this one seems to be here mostly for the rhyme), as well as a tactful hint th...

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