It's a glittering carnival for ghosts and goblins. The attractions are dazzling: a warlock rodeo, a witches' brew contest, goblin pie, and a tricky hall of mirrors. When the adventure ends, Daphne and Sam once again find themselves on their own street. Was it a Halloween trick, or a Halloween treat? Hard to know for sure, under that butterscotch moon. Mary Ann Fraser's pun-filled text and striking artwork make this an irresistible holiday tale that begs to be read again and again.
About the Author
Mary Ann Fraser is the acclaimed author and illustrator of many books for children, including Pet Shop Follies. Among her other books are I. Q. Goes to School, How Animal Babies Stay Safe, and In Search of the Grand Canyon: Down the Colorado with John Wesley Powell, A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year. She lives in Simi Valley, California.
"Has plenty of heebie-jeebies that are tame enough for a reassuring ending. . . . A rollerghoster of fun for younger trick-or-treaters." —Kirkus Reviews
"A lively Halloween adventure (sans parental figures) with playfully spooky artwork and a gentle homecoming." —Publishers Weekly
"The pages are packed with action and energy. Children will love poring over the many details." —School Library Journal