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Fright Club

Fright Club

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Fright Club

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4/5 (3 évaluations)
Longueur:
33 pages
10 minutes
Sortie:
Aug 11, 2015
ISBN:
9781619634183
Format:
Livre

Description

This monster mash-up from Geisel winner Ethan Long doles out the laughs and the chills in equal measure.

Each year, on Halloween eve, Fright Club meets to go over their plan: Operation Kiddie Scare. Only the scariest of monsters can join Fright Club--Vladimir the Vampire, Fran K. Stein, Sandy Witch, and Virginia Wolf have all made the cut. They've been practicing their ghoulish faces, their scary moves, and their chilling sounds. But when a band of cute little critters comes along asking to join in the fun, the members of Fright Club will find out who really is the scariest of all!

This clever, rollicking read aloud text and delightfully spooky illustrations will have young readers laughing, cheering, and begging to be the newest members of Fright Club.
Sortie:
Aug 11, 2015
ISBN:
9781619634183
Format:
Livre

À propos de l'auteur

Ethan Long is the Geisel Award-winning author and illustrator of Up, Tall and High!, as well as many other picture books, including Fright Club, Scribbles and Ink, and Chamelia and the New Kid in Class. He also created Tasty Time with ZeFronk on the Disney Channel. Ethan lives in Orlando, Florida. www.ethanlong.com

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  • (3/5)
    Busy planning for the upcoming Halloween celebrations, Vladimir the Vampire and the other members of the Fright Club have no time for the cute little bunnies knocking at the door, wanting to join their group. When the bunnies show up with a lawyer, the monsters continue to ignore them, but then a full-blown protest gets going, and things get pretty hairy. It turns out that cute critters can be just as frightening as the monsters...An entertaining, lighthearted Halloween-time romp, Fright Club touches upon issues of inclusion and belonging, but does so without descending into any sort of preachiness. Youngsters with a sense of humor, and a taste for ghoulish tales will enjoy seeing the bunnies and other cute animals prove that they too have a few Halloween-night tricks up their sleeves. The illustrations, done in graphite on dark paper, and then enhanced digitally, is suitably creepy, with a cartoonish style kids will enjoy. Recommended to all young monster lovers, and to anyone looking for fun new Halloween fare for the picture-book set.
  • (4/5)
    cuddly animals join the fright club; funny asides