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Boo Who? A Spooky Book by Joan Holub
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Boo Who? A Spooky Book

by Joan Holub

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This small square book introduces Halloween vocabulary in a fun way. We're asked questions such as "Who is that in the pointy hat?" and we lift the flap to see a picture and text of the answer. A few of the words are tricky to explain to our littlest ones: mummies, for example, but we can at least describe the costume if not the full details.
The rhyming questions create a pleasing rhythm. Double spread watercolors have a friendly cartoony style. Geared to a preschool audience, the sturdy pages are another bonus.
  scducharme | Oct 8, 2011 |
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From a ghost that says "Boo!" to an own that hoots "Whooo?" young children will love guessing what is beneath each over-sized flap in this adorable novelty book.

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