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What am I? Halloween by Anne Margaret Lewis

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Published by Albert Whitman in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Halloween,
  • Juvenile literature

Book details:

About the Edition

Rhyming text provides clues for the various Halloween themed pictures hidden under the flaps.

Edition Notes

Other titlesHalloween
Statementby Anne Margaret Lewis ; illustrated by Tom Mills
SeriesMy look and see holiday book, My look and see holiday book
ContributionsMills, Tom, ill
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGT4965 .L38 2011
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25147618M
ISBN 100807589594
ISBN 109780807589595
LC Control Number2010049643
OCLC/WorldCa701237530

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The Book of Hallowe'en is about what you'd expect--or at least, it was exactly what I expected. It's basically a bunch of traditions from over Europe briefly explained, and a few from the USA, too. There's not a whole lot of depth, but there is a very long references section which can probably provide that depth/5(72). What am I? Halloween (My Look and See Holiday Book) Hardcover – September 1, by Anne Margaret Lewis (Author) › Visit Amazon's Anne Margaret Lewis Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? 5/5(1). HALLOWEEN is without a doubt, one of the best movies ever made, and I'm glad they turned it into a book! I love everything about it! I love that it takes place on HALLOWEEN! I love all the characters; especially Michael Myers, Dr. Loomis, and Laurie Strode. I love the mood and atmosphere! The book is just as awesome as the movie/5(35). I am an Eclectic collector. Play all. Halloween Books Angelika Reimer; Froggy's Halloween children read aloud story toddler and preschooler halloween picture .

  Hell House, by Richard Matheson Matheson’s most famous book is I Am Legend, but Hell House is scarier. Using a familiar premise—paranormal investigators seek proof of life after death by studying the titular house, known as the most-haunted house in history—Matheson expertly undermines your sense of security and grip on reality as he undermines the sanity of Author: Jeff Somers.   Once the flap is opened, the complete picture is revealed. "I am a spooky ghost/on Halloween./That's me!" The large, vivid cartoons lend themselves to group sharing. No new ground is covered here, but the book design is pleasing and attractive. Pages are of heavy stock so they should be able to tolerate plenty of : Anne Margaret Lewis. This a super cute Halloween poetry book and great addition to any poetry collection. Or the beginning of one. My kiddos (12, 8, and 5) and I really enjoyed it. The poems aren't intricate or deep, just fun seasonal poems for anyone and everyone to enjoy. Read more. Helpful/5(54). John Carpenter's Halloween the no-brainer "Set on Halloween" book. A classic, one of the original slashers. Often imitated. Interestingly enough, until today, I'd never seen the movie. I fell into this perfectly. It wasn't until I started the book and read the blurb that I realized that this book is a novelization of the film/5.

  Hey Happy Readers!! Welcome to our Children's Books Read Aloud! Today we read from our fun Halloween Books for Kids - Scary, Scary Halloween book read aloud by Beth with Happy Cultivated. Hallowe'en Party tells the story of a Halloween Party thrown for some teenage kids where things go horribly wrong and A fan of Agatha Christie, I've had this one on my TBR pile for too long. For the last three years I have checked this book out for Halloween with grand plans to read it/5.   Jack Prelutsky is the best-selling author of more than fifty books of poetry, including The New Kid on the Block, illustrated by James Stevenson, and Stardines Swim High Across the Sky, illustrated by Carin Prelutsky lives in Washington State. Marylin Hafner illustrated many beloved books for children, including the seasonal favorites It's 5/5(4).   Sara wrote: "Halloween is not a favorite for me, so I'm going to have to search hard to find a book that will work for me. I may go middle grade for this one." I spent so much effort trying to avoid Halloween for the non Christmas holiday book prompt this year and now they are trying to force the issue. I may let myself skip it.