Ghost in the House: A Lift-the-Flap Book
|Rating||:||4.71 (617 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||20 Pages|
Excellent Spooky-Fun Book J.C.Phillipps This is such a great book and a perfect blend of scary tension and cuteness. As you're reading the fun rhyming story to your child, there is always a spooky sound before the reveal of the monster. Kids can guess what horrible creature is lurking behind the corner. But the thing is, the monsters are so cute!!! But they're not cutie-pie cute, they're monster cute. I love the dirty texture of the art - it gives the book it's dark, spooky feel, but the fun expressions on the cha. chloe said Best spooky book ever!. We found this book in a library. Since then my "Best spooky book ever!" according to chloe. We found this book in a library. Since then my 2 years old girl keeps reading it over and over. She now can read all perfectly though she cannot really read, she remembers all the lines what we read for her. It is just great.. years old girl keeps reading it over and over. She now can read all perfectly though she cannot really read, she remembers all the lines what we read for her. It is just great.. Ghost in the House Ami. S. Grades K-2This simple counting book has clean, nice looking illustrations. The pages are not cluttered and the five Halloween themed characters are well drawn and colorful. Children will like them. (The ghost on the cover looks a bit like a Pac-Man Ghost.) The book is a counting book, but the numbers are not shown on the pages and I wish they were. It seems like they were supposed to be, there's plenty of clean space on the page for them. The numbers are written in word form
He only started to get serious about drawing after someone bought one of his drawings. . This is his first picture book. This book, she says, was inspired by a game she used to play with her sister: "Most of the details have been lost to time, but I still remember the shivery thrill I got when we played it. He gets inspired by old children&rsquo
Boo! Watch out for this rollicking, cumulative counting book for a Halloween treat that’s more playful than scary.There’s a ghost in the house,In the creepy haunted house,On this dark spooky night all alone.When a little ghost goes slip-sliding down the hallway, he suddenly hearsa groan! Turns out it’s only a friendly mummy, who shuffles along with the ghost, until they encountera monster! As the cautious explorers continue, they find a surprise at every turn — and add another adorably ghoulish friend to the count. But you’ll never guess who is the scariest creature in the house!
. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. But the last creature they find is the most frightening of all: a boy! The discovery sends the five creatures running from the house in a panic as the child calls, “Good night!” At first, the ghost and his friends are worried about who they will meet around the next corner, but smile when they encounter another of their ilk. The group discovers a skeleton and then a witch. From School Library Journal PreS-Gr 2–“There's a ghost in the house/In the creepy haunted house/On this dark, spooky night, all alone./And he goes slip-slide/With a swoop and a glide/Until suddenly he hears… a groan!” The next page reveals a skinny mummy with an egg-shaped head; together they prowl around the house until they find a monster. This slightly spooky tale does not mention Halloween, so it c