The 13 Nights of Halloween by Guy Vasilovich

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On the first night of Halloween, what does your mummy give you?A bright, shiny Skeleton Key, of course!

In fact, for each of the thirteen nights leading up to the big night, your mummy is ready with gifts that include everything from singing skulls to demons dancing to icky eyeballs. The spookier and slimier, the better!

From debut author-illustrator Guy Vasilovich comes a picture book that is sure to inspire even the youngest readers to start the creepy countdown to Halloween. Sing along to the tune of “The Twelve Days of Christmas” as you get ready for the scariest—and silliest—night of the year.

 

About Guy Vasilovich

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Guy Vasilovich is supervising director of the international animated series Geronimo Stilton, as well as executive producer and creator of his own animated series for YTV in Canada, Moville Mysteries, starring the voice of Frankie Muniz. He has directed, developed, designed, and written animated shows for Nickelodeon, Warner Brothers, Universal, Disney, and Comedy Central and has served as Film Roman’s creative executive, developing original properties for live action and animation. Guy also cocreated the popular daily and Sunday syndicated comic strip When I Was Short. He lives in Burbank, California. This is his first picture book.
 
Published November 15, 2011 by HarperCollins. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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“On the first night of Halloween / my mummy gave to me: / a bright, / shiny / Skeleton Key.” The following nights bring a 2-headed snake, 3 Baseball Bats, 4 Icky Eyeballs and so on.

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In a raucous revamp of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” carol, an impish child describes the gifts that her “mummy” gives to her, starting with “a bright, shiny skeleton key.” On the third night of Halloween, she receives “3 Baseball Bats” (the flying mammals wear baseball caps);

Aug 29 2011 | Read Full Review of The 13 Nights of Halloween

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