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Who Will Haunt My House on Halloween?

by Jerry Pallotta

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Loved reading this book aloud to my students. The onomatopoeia is fun to read and the children loved the pictures. ( )
  lnmeadows | Nov 20, 2013 |
I've read this book countless times for my daughter. She enjoys it whether its April or October.
The story is about a girl who is passing out treats on Halloween. The various scary ghosts, ghouls, goblins, and otherwise, are drawn with a blend of realism with a cartoon style. The illustrations are cleverly drawn to show each scary figure appearing real only to find out at the end that they were only trick-or-treaters.

The book is really fun because it sort of reminds me of the fear/excitement that I used to feel on Halloween nights during my childhood; anxious with the anticipation of going out to trick-or-treat. ( )
  Scott_Nilson | Oct 2, 2013 |
a little girl is giving out candy at her front door on halloween. She is scared of all the goblins that visit. Then she goes trick or treating herself.
  kag026 | Feb 22, 2011 |
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It's Halloween night. While a mother is upstairs getting her daughter's costume ready, lots of trick-or-treaters stop by the house - from werewolves, ghosts, and zombies to witches, bats, dinosaurs, and more! But are they really... real?

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