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The Halloween Play (edition 1999)

by Felicia Bond, Felicia Bond (Illustrator)

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Title:The Halloween Play
Authors:Felicia Bond
Other authors:Felicia Bond (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (1999), Edition: First Printing, Hardcover, 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:****
Tags:Easy, Halloween

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It is a fun book to read during Halloween time, I think the students will enjoy that. After reading the book, the teacher can make an activity out of it. The students can draw a pumpkin or even a mice to make it fun. ( )
  thnguyen | Sep 23, 2014 |
The Halloween Play is a simple story about Roger, who is a mouse, and his class preparing for a Halloween Play they are putting on for the school. It tells of the practicing and invite making. The words are separated by small pictures within the page. I think this would be helpful in letting the student either read it to you while they point at the word or to follow along while you read the words. At the end, Roger's part of a huge success and he is very pleased with himself. I would definitely recommend this book for Halloween time and a lesson on being confident. ( )
  AnnaMoody | Nov 23, 2012 |
A little mouse has a role in the school play. Even though he has no speaking role he knows that his part is very important. "The Halloween Play" teaches kids that everyone has an important part to play no matter how little it may seem to others. ( )
  lmhudson | Nov 16, 2012 |
An adorable book about a mouse and his halloween class play. He plays the pumpkin in the play. The audience cheers when he shows at the end of the play. He goes to bed and is so proud of his performance. ( )
  sarahbatte | Dec 2, 2011 |
Rodger is a mouse, and he is participating in his class' halloween play. He knew his role was small, but he still felt important because he was simply apart of it. Rodger counted down until it was his time to emerge onto stage as the halloween pumpkin that everyone danced around at the end of the play. Rodger came home, and his father took a picture of Rodger in his outfit to remember this very night. But, Rodger was so happy and pleased with himself, that he felt that he did not even need a picture to remember this night. It is so wonderful when even the smallest of things can bring happiness, a sense of belonging, and the feeling importance. ( )
  klsulliv | Aug 25, 2011 |
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Felicia brins along her famous little mouse from her and Laura Numeroff's collection. He has a tiny, but very important spot in the Halloween play at school. As usual he is the star! Sometimes small parts are the best!

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Roger plays a small but important part in the school Halloween play.

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