Eek! Halloween! (Boynton on Board) (Board book)
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Boynton celebrates Halloween!
There's a big round moon in a dark, dark sky. The chickens are nervous. Do you know why?
Strange things are happening. One chicken saw a pumpkin with flickering eyes, another spied a mouse of enormous size. They all saw a wizard and a witch, and a spooky robot. “WHAT’S GOING ON HERE? WHAT DOES IT MEAN? / Relax, silly chickens! It’s HALLOWEEN!”
Eek! Halloween! is a holiday favorite that's all treat and no tricks. Oversized lap edition also available—perfect for reading aloud!
About the Author
Sandra Boynton is a popular American cartoonist, children's author, songwriter, producer, and director. Since 1974, Boynton has written and illustrated over sixty children's books and seven general audience books, including five New York Times bestsellers. More than 70 million of her books have been sold, "mostly to friends and family," she says. She has also written (with Michael Ford) and produced six albums of renegade children's music. Three of her albums have been certified Gold (over 500,000 copies sold), and Philadelphia Chickens, nominated for a Grammy, has gone Platinum (over 1 million copies sold). Boynton has also directed twelve music videos of her songs, including the award-winning "One Shoe Blues" starring B.B. King, "Alligator Stroll" starring Josh Turner, and "Tyrannosaurus Funk" (animation) sung by Samuel L. Jackson. She lives in rural New England, and her studio is in a barn with perhaps the only hippopotamus weathervane in America.
“Kids anticipating their first Halloween will be easily convinced....that the upcoming holiday is full of spooky fun.” —School Library Journal
“The pigs are cute, and the coloring and illustrations evoke a warmth...emphasizing all the fun Halloween has to offer. An excellent, rounded effort from a creator who knows how to deliver. (Board book. 1-3)”—Kirkus Reviews
“With humorous rhymes and boisterous, expressive drawings, “EEK! Halloween!” is a treat.” —The Washington Post