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.
Publisher: Boyds Mills Press
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 497 g
Dimensions: 254 x 280 x 10 mm
"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