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Happy Halloween, Biscuit! (Biscuit's Holiday Celebrations)

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3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  145 ratings  ·  13 reviews
The yellow puppy and the little girl find a pumpkin, try on costumes, and go trick-or-treating on his first Halloween.
---- Library of Congress Summary

Wooof! Wooof!
Biscuit and the little girl are going trick-or-treating on his first Halloween. What kinds of silly surprises are in store for them?

Pull back the flaps to find out!

--- Summary from Back Cover
Paperback, 20 pages
Published August 7th 1999 by HarperFestival (first published August 1st 1999)
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Linda Branich
This is a book in the Biscuit the puppy series. In this book the reader will meet Biscuit's little girl owner, and two of his friends. The little and Biscuit are going trick-or-treating on what is probably Biscuit's first Halloween. The book has adorable illustrations and open-up flaps that make this an interactive book for the,child, whether someone reads the story to him /her, or he/she reads it himself.
Rosa Cline
This Biscuit the puppy book is a lift the flap type. While the little girl and Biscuit get ready for Halloween and go Trick or Treating each page is made where your youngster can lift and see where Biscuit is into. A really cute book.
Weeny
読むところ(文字)が殆どない・・

犬ものとしてはharryシリーズの方が好み。そしてもう少し読むところが多いのであった。
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Dominique Maderitz
This story was a great book for pre-scholars and kindergarteners. This book was about a little girl and her puppy going on different Halloween time adventures. The puppy always seemed to be getting in trouble. I think that young children would really enjoy this book and be able to relate if they have little pets.
Erica Rhodes
My kids really weren't captured by this story. It was cute and all, but it's definitely more of a baby book. It just isn't as sturdy as the board books Little Bear prefers. I think this may be a bigger hit next year when Bear is two.
Robert
Eh.

It's a simple book. Biscuit seems like a friendly enough dog. The book has quarter-page foldouts. It's okay, but nothing to get excited about.
Rosanna
Biscuit is always cute, entertaining, and simple to read about. However, nothing about this book made it memorable or a must read.
Lauren
Jan 23, 2011 Lauren rated it 2 of 5 stars
Shelves: fall
Biscuit and Daisy get ready for Halloween. They pick out and decorate a pumpkin and get their costumes on for trick-o-treating.
Anaeka
A likes the words funny puppy, silly puppy. I have also caught reciting this book when she was almost two.
Ann
Cute to read with my nephew, but nothing special.
Dara
The dogs dress up and they all get candy
Shareena
it uses pop ups
Anca Maria
I liked the book.
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Alyssa Satin Capucilli was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1957. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, and pursued her interest in dance, becoming a professional dancer and dance instructor. Though Capucilli had written stories, poems, and even puppet shows as a child, she didn't consider a career as a writer until after her own two children were born. To this day she sees herself as both a da ...more
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