Three Little Ghosties by Pippa Goodhart

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How much trouble could three harmless little ghosties get into in one night? Plenty! These silly spirits love boasting to each other about who is the scariest. Ghouls, witches, and even a neighborhood ogre all find themselves at the mercy of these naughty ghosties, who spook them with a "woooo, woooo, woooo, BOOOO!" But when the ghosties decide to scare some boys and girls for a change, who will get the biggest fright of all?
    This bouncing, rhyming tale by Pippa Goodhart is just the antidote for bedtime jitters and Anna-Laura Cantone's perfectly spooky illustrations will inspire nothing but giggles. Look inside--if you dare!

About Pippa Goodhart

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PIPPA GOODHART is the author of many well received books for children, including Arthur's Tractor. She lives in England.ANNALAURA CANTONE is an award-winning illustrator of more than thirty books for children. She has twice been selected for the Bologna Book Fair illustration competition. Anna lives in Milan, Italy.
Published January 1, 2007 by Scholastic. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Yeah, and boyses too!” Cantone’s googly-eyed, comical figures are sure to inspire plenty of giggles, and so will the extended wordplay: Ghostie Number Two, for instance, emits a “BOOOO!” that causes “some mean witches / sitting in dark ditches, / lipsticking their lipses, / plotting evil trickses...

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three little ghosties swap “big boasties” of their most frightening moments. With a cat-who-ate-the-canary grin, the first recalls scaring “ghoulsies/ sitting in their schoolsies.

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The tables turn when they go after human children, and a boy takes over the storytelling: \x93They thought I was asleep,/ so they started to creep..../ I sat up in bed and shouted 'Booo!' \x94 Goodhart's (Arthur's Tractor) diminutives, though cutesy, contribute to a bouncy and mischievous Hallowe...

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