Who's There on Halloween?

Who s There on Halloween Who s There On Halloween encourages readers to play along and use the clues to name the holiday characters hidden inside Featuring charming text by Pamela Conn Beall and Susan Hagen Nipp and adorable

  • Title: Who's There on Halloween?
  • Author: Pamela Conn Beall Susan Hagen Nipp Charles Reasoner
  • ISBN: 9780843105100
  • Page: 407
  • Format: Board Book
  • Who s There On Halloween encourages readers to play along and use the clues to name the holiday characters hidden inside Featuring charming text by Pamela Conn Beall and Susan Hagen Nipp and adorable illustrations by Charles Reasoner, these two Halloween books are sure to delight and entertain.

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      Posted by:Pamela Conn Beall Susan Hagen Nipp Charles Reasoner
      Published :2018-06-09T05:53:59+00:00

    1 thought on “Who's There on Halloween?”

    1. Big favorite with my twin 3 yr olds. We all love Halloween in our house and the spooky "cute" things in this book are fun to look at. The words that rhyme make it fun to try and guess what's coming on the next page, but my preschoolers already have this book memorized and fight over who can say it first. One we read over and over again.

    2. Prediction is an important skill for all children to learn and how much more fun is it with these whimsical illustrations of ghosts, witches, owls, skeletons, and bats hiding and waiting for the children to "guess who I might be?"My favorite picture is that of the owl but they are all wonderful!

    3. Prediction is an important skill for all children to learn and how much more fun is it with these whimsical illustrations of ghosts, witches, owls, skeletons, and bats hiding and waiting for the children to "guess who I might be?"My favorite picture is that of the owl but they are all wonderful!

    4. This story was cute for young readers. In the book it gives you clues of who will be on the next page. It is cute and I would have enjoyed it more if there wasn't the person/animal/etc in the back corner while they are giving you of who it is. But it is geared toward young children which is probably more helpful for them.

    5. I love that the book is helping me to teach Alice some basic Halloween vocabulary that she just wasn't quite ready for last year, like skeleton, jack o' lantern, witch, ghost, etc. Last year, all she really got was pumpkin and bat.

    6. the kids loved this book! It's very interactive and the kids were shouting answers and getting so excited. the pictures are super cute too

    7. It would have been 4, but I'm gonna dock a star for saying spiders and bats are creepy. 'Cuz they're not.

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