13 Ghosts of Halloween
by Robin Muller, illustrated by Patricia Storms
ISBN 9780439935692 Paperback
32 Pages | 7.97" x 9.95" | Ages 3 to 8
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On the first stroke of midnight, ten children, two dogs and a cat enter a haunted funhouse. On their journey through the rooms, they encounter bats and witches and goblins. As the clock strikes, the children bravely sing, "Oh, nothing frightens me!" and one by one they disappear. By the twelfth stroke of midnight, only one brave child is left and he's about to get a big surprise! This Halloween story is spooky and fun, and just right for young readers.
- Commended, Best Books for Kids and Teens, Canadian Children's Book Centre, 2008
- Commended, Resource Links, Best of the Year, 2007
- English (Korea) - Woongjin Thinkbig Book Club
- English (US) - Kane Miller
- French (N. Amer.) - Éditions Scholastic
- The familiar "Twelve Days of Christmas" tune with new lyrics to sing.
- Halloween is increasingly a shopping holiday, especially for children.
- Robin Muller is a well-known name in the children's book market; Patricia Storms' bright, energetic illustrations are be a perfect match for this story.
- This Halloween story is spooky but not frightening, perfect for young readers.