Halloween Night Written by Elizabeth Hatch Illustrated by Jimmy Pickering A Doubleday Book for Young Readers
This is the child, draped drape
v. draped, drap·ing, drapes
1. To cover, dress, or hang with or as if with cloth in loose folds: draped the coffin with a flag; a robe that draped her figure. in white, who loves the cat, all inky black, who stalks the owl who hoots hoots
Variant of hoot2. at the bat who dips and dives up in the sky above the mouse
They all come out on this Halloween night--a timid timid,
adj in Chinese medicine, pertaining to inadequate energy needed to face and overcome obstacles. mouse, a diving A DIV Associate of Divinity 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!