|Rating||:||4.67 (963 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
Before darkness falls, they race home and return all evidence of their escapades. The pair attend a party where they bob for apples and Carl briefly gets wrapped up in a toilet paper "Mummy" game. From School Library Journal PreS—In this addition to the long-running series, the lovable Rottweiler takes his young companion trick-or-treating throughout their neighborhood. Day's luminous watercolor illustrations capture the magic of the evening's festivities, with glowing jack-o'-lantern decorations and sidewalks full of costumed children. VERDICT Carl fans will enjoy this latest adventure.—Linda Ludke, London Public Library, Ontario, Canada . As in the previous books, most of
They even stop in at a party to bob for apples before they return safely to their house, content from their Halloween adventure and with Mom none the wiser.. Mom has to go help Grandma, but it's Halloween, and Carl and Madeleine don't want to miss out on the fun. So after Mom leaves, they make their own costumes and go out trick-or-treating by themselves
Alexandra Day is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including thirteen previous books in the celebrated Carl series. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
dana lockhart said Five Stars. I love these books.. Lovely pictures for this new adventure BrittyMama The Carl series is now entertaining our next generation! Having grown up with these books (and two large rotties) I was delighted to share this book with my little one. The lovely pictures and the mischievous rottie/baby friendship is just as I had remembered it.This time, Baby and Carl are left alone while Mom goes to help Grandma with something on Halloween. The pair decides that handing out candy and staying home isn't as fun as going trick-or-treating. Kindle Customer in Jville said Destined to Become a Favorite Halloween Book for Toddlers. I love the Carl books and pre-ordered Carl's Halloween to arrive the day it was published. This volume is good. Lovely illustrations, though Carl has evolved into a rottie with a narrower, longer muzzle and an odd ear set. Still the lovely custodial dog that will shepherd Baby through another adventure. Colors are brighter overall in this book. I suspect this book will be a hit with my little niece and quickly become her favorite Halloween story. The only