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Scaredy Squirrel Prepares for Halloween: A Safety Guide for Scaredies Hardcover – August 1, 2013
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Boo! Halloween, with its haunted houses and bloody fangs, is cause for serious alarm when you’re a nervous squirrel. In this latest in a series of safety guides, which includes Scaredy Squirrel Prepares for Christmas (2012), Scaredy Squirrel has assembled a hodgepodge of zany safety tips for getting through October 31 unscathed. There are eight chapters in all; in the chapter dealing with costumes, Scaredy Squirrel models six ensembles, each paired with a scare-o-meter evaluating its fright factor (all but one is deemed “terrifying,” even though the squirrel couldn’t look cuter). Other topics, from carving a pumpkin to planning a bash, receive equally silly treatment. Illustrated in comic book–panel style, this is a jam-packed, fun guide to a highly anticipated holiday (for most, anyways). Grades 1-3. --Ann Kelley
The timid and brave alike will laugh their way through this holiday addition to Watt's series.―Publishers Weekly - Starred Review
Watt certainly has hit on a formula that provides readers with a familiar but guaranteed-to-be-hilarious experience.―Kirkus Reviews
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They are loaded with fun and great vocabulary builders!
My son is 5 but a good reader and he just have to read them all one by one at least twice a day.
The author should immediately start to write few more of these. Please!