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by Lisa Ann Marsoli,Lucy Barnard

  • ISBN: 0375844295
  • Author: Lisa Ann Marsoli,Lucy Barnard
  • ePub ver: 1114 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1114 kb
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Robin Corey Books; Brdbk edition (August 12, 2008)
  • Formats: lit mobi azw txt
  • Category: Kids
  • Subcategory: Holidays & Celebrations
epub Halloween--What A Treat! download

Halloween-What A Treat! Board book – August 12, 2008. by Lisa Ann Marsoli (Author), Lucy Barnard (Illustrator). Lisa Ann Marsoli has been developing content for children’s books and toys for over 20 years and is the author of over 100 children’s books.

Halloween-What A Treat! Board book – August 12, 2008. She lives in Los Angeles, California. She lives in Manchester, England.

Halloween-What A Treat! book. This unique board book format features five touch-and-feel tactile elements, rotated by use of a sturdy wheel to match with the colorful illustrations

Halloween-What A Treat! book. This unique board book format features five touch-and-feel tactile elements, rotated by use of a sturdy wheel to match with the colorful illustrations. The tactile elements include: black fur, white iridescent paper, shiny red patent leather, orange felt, and bumpy green skin. Unlike other touc YOUNG READERS WILL love trick-or-treating with a bunch of cute, costumed kids.

HALLOWEEN What a Treat! : Turn the Wheel to Touch and Feel

HALLOWEEN What a Treat! : Turn the Wheel to Touch and Feel. By (author) Lisa Ann Marsoli.

She lives in Manchester, England

She lives in Manchester, England.

Select Format: Board book

Select Format: Board book.

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Halloween is celebrated on the night of October 31. Kids and adults attend costume parties, make lanterns out of big pumpkins . Even adults become a participant in costume parties. Trick or Treat has become customary for kids. Kids and adults attend costume parties, make lanterns out of big pumpkins and visit haunted locations. Children, dressed in costumes, go from one house to another asking the question ‘Trick or treat?’ The treats given to children can be various candies, things to eat or sometimes money.

YOUNG READERS WILL love trick-or-treating with a bunch of cute, costumed kids. This unique board book format features five touch-and-feel tactile elements, rotated by use of a sturdy wheel to match with the colorful illustrations.The tactile elements include: black fur, white iridescent paper, shiny red patent leather, orange felt, and bumpy green “skin.” Unlike other touch-and-feel books, Halloween—What a Treat! features two elements per spread and all five on the last page.This book also teaches hand-eye coordination, color identification, and enhances toddler cognitive development.
Comments (2)

Wetiwavas
Great for little hands!
Arador
This is a very nice little board book. The pages are sturdy enough to stand up to little hands that might rip the pages of a regular book. So I feel comfortable letting them read it themselves or take it with them for nap or quiet time.

There are just 5 “pages”. The last two pages are glued shut with a large wheel in between. The wheel has 5 circles with each with a different material in a different color. There is black fur for a black cat, a spider, and a bear costume; white shiny material for the moon, a ghost, and a fortune teller’s crystal ball; orange fuzz for pumpkins and a witches hat; red vinyl for a cape and a lollipop; and green scaly material for a monster. As the child turns each page, they rotate the wheel to line up the right material for that page. On the last page, all 5 materials are visible. My grandkids like to turn the wheel and feel the materials.

Each page has a short message about the characters on that page. So it only takes a few minutes to “read” the book.

The little trick-or-treaters pictured include a good range of diversity. My grandkids up to about age 4 like it.

The wheel works well, but there is one design flaw. The last two pages are glued together with the wheel in between. The problem is that the glue is only on the small circle in the center. That leaves the edged of the pages open, making it look like they can be opened. My 3 year old granddaughter did open them tearing the glue. She brought it to me saying, “I broke it. Can you fix it?”. Because of the way it was designed, there is really no way to really fix it. I did re-glue it and I also glued the parts that touch on the left side. But that still leaves the right edges looking like pages that can be opened. The right edge should extend beyond the wheel so it can be glued.

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