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One Scary Night by Antoine Guilloppé
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One Scary Night

by Antoine Guilloppé

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  Kathrin.McCoy | Dec 3, 2017 |
This is a completely image-oriented story with no words included. The illustrations have a spooky vibe to them, which would be fun to read to young students around Halloween! This type of book (wordless stories) allow young readers to use their own imagination and interpret what is going on in the story. It's fun to see what kind of things children can come up with, and what they predict will happen!
  ErinnnPratt | Jun 9, 2014 |
I love this book! This is a picture book with no text throughout the book. It is only in black and white colors. This is a good book to introduce young audience and ask them questions about what is going on on each page and describe what is happening. This book can make students think! ( )
  McEvilla | Nov 17, 2012 |
Wordless picture books are wonderful way for children to use their imagination to create their own story. The classic black and white illustrations allow for even more imagination and could be turned into a coloring book (make copies of course). I would love to use this book in a classroom as a writing project. The other great thing about these is the story will never be the same. ( )
  linnaea44 | Dec 7, 2009 |
Black and white illustrations take the reader on an adventure as a young boy makes his way through the forest. It appears at first that someone spooky is following him. However, the readers is surprised to find out how this creature ends up helping the young boy.
  leighanngoodwill | May 17, 2009 |
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"Black-and-white illustrations narrate this spooky story."--Jacket.

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