That One Spooky Night by Dan Bar-el

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There can only be one night a year when a broom will go in search of a witch, when mermaids might swim in a bathtub and when a house party can get a little too batty. Here are three strange stories about that one spooky night!

About Dan Bar-el

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Dan Bar-el teaches preschool children and travels around the country as a storyteller. He has also worked as a professional comedy writer and performer, and is a published poet. Dan is the author of one chapter book, SUCH A PRINCE is his first book for Clarion. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. Raised near Chicago, David grew up half a block from the candy store in one direction, and half a block from the playground in the other. Along with a limitless supply of Legos, cartoons and all genres of books, the resulting high-fructose queasiness is the point source for everything he has made ever since.
Published September 1, 2012 by Kids Can Press, Ltd.. 80 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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The second story, “10,000 Tentacles Under the Tub,” depicts the over-the-top antics of two boys in costume as Aqua-Ranger and Aqua-Ninja who, after an evening of rambunctious and disrespectful behavior, find themselves in a battle for their lives when cunning mermaids beckon them into the horrifi...

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The longest piece, “The Fang Gang,” is last but simplest: a group of friends who specialize in scary costumes that frighten kids out of their candy are lured into a haunted house by some real monsters.

Jul 02 2012 | Read Full Review of That One Spooky Night

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