Halloween Hoots and Howls by Joan Horton

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There's going to be a party.
You're invited one and all.
We'll be waiting there to greet you
At the Ghost and Goblin Ball.

A Frankenstein who shops at the grocery store. A ghost who's afraid of ghosts. A witch with a turbo broomstick. These are just a few of the quirky ghouls and goblins children will meet in this playful picture book brimming with holiday cheer.

Joan Horton's silly, spooky poems and JoAnn Adinolfi's whimsical illustrations capture the spirit and excitement trick-or-treaters expect on Halloween. So this year, give a giggle and a shiver for Halloween Hoots and Howls!

About Joan Horton

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Joan Horton has written poems for several children's magazines. She makes her children's book debut with Halloween Hoots and Howls. The mother of four grown children, Ms. Horton lives in Glastonbury, Connecticut with her husband.JoAnn Adinolfi wrote and illustrated Tina's Diner, and has illustrated many other books for children, including Johnny Germ Head by James Quigley. She lives in Oakland, California with her husband.
Published October 15, 1999 by Henry Holt and Company. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Sports & Outdoors, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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In zesty, candy-corny poems from a first-time author, a witch places an ad for a ""Turbo broomstick (color--jet)/ With dual exhausts.

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