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Board book Eek-A-Boo Book

ISBN: 0439173248

ISBN13: 9780439173247


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Format: Board book

Condition: Good

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Book Overview

This young, humorously haunting exploration of the spooky creatures that romp on Halloween night, filled with excitingly eerie and frighteningly fun illustrations, invites the reader to lift 11 oversized flaps, revealing one spooky ghoul after another.

Customer Reviews

4 ratings


After reading the reviews I thought this was going to be 'the halloween' book. But unfortunately I was disappointed. I do agree the art work is wonderful. Very livid and colorful. A+ on that. But for a young child (mine is 18 months) the flaps are very hard to lift. Very thin. One already tore in the first day. Maybe this book is better suited for preschool though the story does suit a toddler. Maybe it's my fault.. I just expected more.

Adorable Halloween book

Better than most Halloween books I've seen for preschool or kindergarten. Colors are bright and bold. The rhymes are well done. With the sounds the creatures make, it's also a good phonics lesson. And the flaps that you lift held up well under multiples readings. Most of all, it's just a cute book. I've given copies in place of candy to friends/family's kids at halloween this year.

Boo-tiful book for preschoolers

The art in this book is really nice. The rhyming story is simple but well-written and my sister's preschoolers love it. I also found this to be a good phonics lesson. My favorite pages are the cute vampires hanging upside down. One of them is holding a teddy-monster. The ending is fun.

Great introduction to Halloween - fun & silly

Great book to introduce young children to popular Halloween characters... pumpkins, spiders, skeletons, monsters, etc. ... in a fun, light-hearted and non-threatening way. Illustrations are bright, colorful and very cute. Each two-page spread features a single character with a simple rhyme and under-the-flap surprise. Book also has a very cute ending. I read many Halloween books looking for just the right one for my 14-month-old. This is it. My daughter loves it.Note: Pages are a heavy, slick paper not the heavy cardstock found in a lot of lift-the-flap books. This is a good in that it is easier to flatten out the flaps again if tiny hands bend them. But bad in that they're probably easier to tear. Probably best reserved for supervised reading.
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