Creepy Castle

Creepy Castle A brave young mouse and his lady fair venture into a deserted castle unaware that a villainous outlaw has been skulking behind them

  • Title: Creepy Castle
  • Author: John S. Goodall
  • ISBN: 9780689822056
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A brave young mouse and his lady fair venture into a deserted castle, unaware that a villainous outlaw has been skulking behind them.

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      Published :2018-06-05T03:02:22+00:00

    1 thought on “Creepy Castle”

    1. Although I don't remember the story really, I'm pretty sure I had (I can't say "read" as it is wordless) this one as a kid, as well as the author's The Surprise Picnic which I had likewise forgotten until seeing it on the other day. Such nice illustrations, I wonder why I forgot them? In this story a princess mouse and a squire(?) mouse are out for a walk and see a castle. They start to explore and some jerk rat who is poaching locks them in. There are various mildly scary things inside. Nothin [...]

    2. Lovely picture book with no words and half pages that change what's happening on the page before.Two beady eyed, fairytale mice spot a castle, but a disreputable figure is lurking in the undergrowth. When they enter the castle the figure reveals itself to be a rat laughing behind his hand in true villain style. He locks the door behind the poor mice and leaves them to explore the castle and meet with it's inhabitants. Wonderful story and illustrations, fun and imaginative. Nothing scary and it a [...]

    3. A wonderful, wonderful find! John Goodall's artwork and book style are fun and unique, telling his stories beautifully without words.Also check out Shrewbettina's Birthday and Little Red Riding Hood.

    4. What a sweet tiny treasure. Little hands can snuggle it, and little people can 'read' it themselves. Unfortunate, though, that bats are equated with monsters.

    5. Creepy castle was one of my favorite books in the elementary school library. It's a wordless tale about a pair of mice who outsmart a dastardly villain. The illustrations totally hold up for me--just lovely.

    6. This was such a fun picture book for my son and I to look at together. There's opening flaps on every page, and we had fun guessing the storyline and making up dialogue. The art was beautiful and kept us both intrigued.

    7. Honestly I have been searching high and low for this picture book. as a young child it was hands down one of my favorites at the library. Last I heard it had gone out of print, or at least it's been insanely difficult to track down. this just made my holiday season.

    8. I love the illustrations. Also, the author alternates full pages with half pages to give the characters action. It is very clever!

    9. An engineered book of sorts, that tells the story of a mouse couple, who goes through a castle where they encounter bats, dragons, and another scary mouse who follows them around.

    10. This is a story without the words written in. Flannery actually jumped when we got to the monster on the stairs. We love it.

    11. A young mouse and his lady explore a deserted castle and meet a variety of fierce and friendly creatures. Great paintings and half pages add to the quick pace of the story. A fun quick read.

    12. Also from Goodall is my favorite, The Surprise Picnic. My favorite page is where the turtle eats the tarts!

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