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Arthur's Halloween (Arthur Adventure) Kindle Edition
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From bat-wing brownies to skeleton decorations, Arthur keeps getting spooked by Halloween. But then his sister wanders into the scariest place in the neighborhood to trick or treat—the witch’s house! Will Arthur be brave enough to save her? Join Arthur and friends on a spooky adventure in this newly designed Kindle edition.
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About the Author
Marc Brown is the creator of the bestselling Arthur Adventure book series and codeveloper of the children’s PBS television series Arthur. He has also created a second book series, featuring D.W., Arthur’s little sister, as well as numerous other books for children. Marc Brown lives with his family on Martha’s Vineyard.
The books that inspired the multiple Emmy Award Winning children's TV series
* "Sure-fire appeal for the primary grade set, as well as Arthur addicts of all ages."―School Library Journal, (starred review)
"Brown's sweet, colorful illustrations sparkle with humor and child appeal, and his message comes through loud and clear."―Booklist --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- ASIN : B00NKQCQPI
- Publisher : Two Lions (Jan. 6 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 9069 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Not Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Sticky notes : Not Enabled
- Print length : 32 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #42,375 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #20 in Children's Halloween Books
- #26 in Children's Siblings Books
- #260 in Children's Books on Siblings
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Top reviews from Canada
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My only complaint is that the spine became completely unglued after a couple readings, but a bit of tape fixed that.
Arthur and his friends go trick or treating. Arthur is very scared at first, but he learns to overcome his fears along the way. Only D.W. is brave enough to approach the "witch's" house, but then Arthur and D.W. learn that the "witch" is really just a misunderstood elderly lady with a messy house and yard.
Arthur's Halloween is about trick-or-treating, mainly, and there is no mention of Halloween parades, bobbing for apples, or other Halloween traditions. If your children are afraid of trick-or-treating, this book may help them to escape their fear.
Often characters in Arthur videos and books daydream or imagine episodes, and I find that those episodes are presented in a way that my three year old finds confusing. He does not distinguish between the trappings of characters' imaginations and the regular plot. Now I know that I can add commentary so that he understands that certain elements in a book are just the dreams of a character.
For example, in Arthur's Halloween, some of the kids imagine that the "witch" is harming Arthur and D.W. in several different ways. When a toddler sees illustrations of the "witch" doing such things, he believes it just as he believes the rest of the plot. I have learned that I can say "Francine (or The Brain, or Buster, etc.)just THINKS this is happening. It's not really happening, is it?" Then my child doesn't confuse the "real" plot with the characters' fanciful thoughts.
In any case, Arthur's Halloween is not a bad Halloween picture book, and even if you steer your child away from "series" books or books allied with television series, give this one a try.
Top reviews from other countries
The artwork is really nice and is the best part of this book, in my opinion. It also has some good messages about not being afraid of things you don't understand and not making assumptions about people. It might not have the best stranger danger advice, however, as the protagonist enters a stranger's home while trick or treating, but to be fair, the protagonist is also a talking anteater, so...
Overall, it's a really cute Halloween story with cool artwork.