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By The Light of The Halloween Moon

By The Light of The Halloween Moon

Escrito por Caroline Stutson

Narrado por Sherry Stringfield


By The Light of The Halloween Moon

Escrito por Caroline Stutson

Narrado por Sherry Stringfield

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4/5 (3 valoraciones)
Longitud:
5 minutos
Publicado:
Jan 1, 1997
ISBN:
9780545637565
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

Join the fun as a brave young girl, who would rather play a trick than be gobbled up as a treat, is the star of this spirited romp under an old wooden bridge by the light of the spooky Halloween moon.
Publicado:
Jan 1, 1997
ISBN:
9780545637565
Formato:
Audiolibro

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  • (5/5)
    This story is a great read aloud for Halloween! It is mildly scary but, oh, so silly and the girl who is the main character is very brave indeed. After all, she is making music in the dark!The fun refrain for a large group is: "By the light, by the light, of the Halloween moon." I like to draw moon out like moooon.Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes.
  • (4/5)
    This is a cumulative rhyming story that begins with a child's pair of bare feet dangling peacefully over the side of a bridge in the silvery moonlight of a Halloween night. One by one, various creatures of the night reach forward to grab one of the little, unsuspecting toes, but each attempt, in turn, is botched by the next creature. Black cats, bats, witches, ghouls and other spooky folk take a crack at the toe and the suspense keeps building in a delightfully fun and entertaining way. The Halloween creatures are all so funny that this story really cannot be considered at all scary but the level of suspense takes it out of the realm of the cute and deftly places it in the realm of the spine-tingly! It's high spirited Halloween fun for one and all.
  • (3/5)
    A series of creatures, from a black cat to a witch, a ghoul to a ghost, each attempt to tickle or prick the tapping toe hanging down from a dock in this entertaining Halloween picture-book. As one after the other is foiled by the next creature, they eventually attract the attention of the toe-owner - a fiddle-playing girl - who informs them that the toe is HER's, thank you very much...Originally published in 1993, and then reprinted in this 2009 edition, By the Light of the Halloween Moon uses a cumulative narrative - "A ghost! / A williwaw ghost / who trips the ghoul / Who swats at the bat / Who bumps the witch as she snatches the cat / When he springs through the air to catch the toe / that taps a tune in the dead of night" - that put me in mind of classic nursery rhymes like "This Is the House That Jack Built." The text here reads well, and the artwork is appropriately spooky, while also being humorous. Recommended to anyone looking for entertaining nursery-rhyme style picture-books for Halloween.