From School Library Journal
PreS-K–The kids from 10 Trick-or-Treaters (Knopf, 2005) are ready to trim a tree in their building's lobby. The youngsters dress for the occasion; each roundheaded child is adorned with a halo, antlers, or red-and-white stripes, placing corresponding ornaments on the tree (three little angels, five reindeer, eight candy canes). Nine menorah candles “mark the gift of light” on the mantle, and they all go caroling when their job is done. A one-page summary of the ornaments and appropriate numerals appear at the end, prompting beginning counters to turn back the pages and count some more.Joanna K. Fabicon, Los Angeles Public Library
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About the Author
JANET SCHULMAN has worked in publishing for over forty years. She is the author of 10 Trick-or-Treaters
and Pale Male: Citizen Hawk of New York City
. At holiday time, she helps trim her grandson's tree in Toronto with birchbark moose, tiny ice hockey skates, and other quintessential Canadian ornaments. Janet Schulman lives in New York City.
LINDA DAVICK is the illustrator of 10 Trick-or-Treaters
and Kindergarten Countdown
. She doesn't have a Christmas tree, but she does have a giant palm tree in her backyard. Her favorite ornaments include foil-wrapped chocolate bells, iced sugar cookies, popcorn balls, and other edible decorations. Linda Davick lives in San Francisco. You can visit her on the web at www.lindadavick.com.