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Holloween Night.

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Halloween Night Written by Elizabeth Hatch Illustrated by Jimmy Pickering A Doubleday Book for Young Readers

This is the child, draped in white, who loves the cat, all inky black, who stalks the owl who hoots at the bat who dips and dives up in the sky above the mouse

They all come out on this Halloween night--a timid mouse, a diving bat, a hooting owl, an inky black cat, a ghost-costumed child, and a regular dog. But who ends up with the Halloween treats? You'll have to read this book to find out. The artwork is spook-tacular!
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Author:Hatch, Elizabeth
Publication:Children's Playmate
Article Type:Book review
Date:Sep 1, 2006
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