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Story originally published: New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972.
This is a special audio edition of Halloween written and told by Jerry Seinfeld, illustrated by James Bennett, produced by iPicturebooks. So the first time you hear the concept of Halloween when you're a kid, your brain can't even understand it. "What is this? What did you say? Someone's giving out candy? Who's giving out candy? EVERYONE WE KNOW is giving out candy? I gotta be a part of this!" In his first picture book, comedian and bestselling author Jerry Seinfeld captures on the page his hilarious views on Halloween, from Superman costumes that look like pajamas to the agony of getting bad trick-or-treat candy. Seinfeld's tale resonates with vivid experiences of a night every kid loves. Both kids and adults will eat up Jerry's distinct and unwritten rules of Halloween. Hamilton King award-winning illustrator, James Bennett's outlandish illustrations perfectly depict these unique observations, reminding us why Jerry Seinfeld is still the funniest man alive.
"There's a big round moon in a dark, dark sky. The chickens are nervous. Witches, wizards, robots, and an alarmingly enormous mouse (eek!) are prowling around town tonight, and it's up to the chickens to get to the bottom of it -- that is, if they can uncover their eyes long enough!"--
Offers Halloween decoration and food concepts, including costume designs, pumpkin and squash carving tips, ideas for creating a haunted house, and recipes for making "mauled" apple cider and spiderweb sundaes.
Four pairs of eyes stare from the blackness to watch fearsome creatures trick-or-treat. "Carefully planned and executed, illustrations and text nicely unified, this is well designed for group use and a fine introduction to Halloween story programs." -- School Library Journal, starred review
Every October 31, children—and even some adults—dress up in costumes. Some go door-to-door looking for a treat, some carve faces into pumpkins, and others tell scary stories about Dracula and Frankenstein. But where do these traditions come from? Wendie Old gets to the bottom of this and other questions in her informative and witty nonfiction picture book. Halloween riddles and ideas for throwing a Halloween party are included. Paige Billin-Frye, who previously teamed up with Wendie Old in The Groundhog Day Book of Facts and Fun, adds her comical and spooky illustrations to the text.
Did witches always ride brooms? No! In fact, long, long ago, witches crept about on tiptoe. On Halloween, they would scare children and cast spells . . . but always from the ground. No witch ever thought of flying—no witch until Druscilla. Druscilla was an old witch with the loudest, creakiest knees anyone had ever heard. But she was determined not to let anything spoil her element of surprise. One Halloween, after many failed attempts at sneaking up on unsuspecting villagers, Druscilla made a discovery that changed the course of witch history.

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