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Sneaking Treats: A Halloween Haunt

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Following a clumsy accident, the Prince confronts himself. While the Queen hopes he won't be too hard on himself, the Princess keeps herself above the fray and the King just wants to see a little more self control. Meanwhile the Pumpkin Wraith lurks in the shadows... Featuring the remarkable illustrations of Jessica Gadra, this clever tale carries shadowy undertones withou ...more
Published October 1st 2012 by Publishing (first published September 21st 2012)
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Kathleen Kelly
Sep 19, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: finished
Sneaking Treats is a beautifully illustrated children's story that is just in time for Halloween. The characters are a royal family consisting of a King, Queen, a Prince and a Princess. Preparations are under way for Halloween, with pumpkins all over the castle. The King admonishes his children to stay out of the cauldron filled with treats or the pumpkin wraith will get them. The Prince doesn't listen and lifts a pumpkin that is way to heavy for him and drops it making a mess. He gets teased by ...more
Carrie Ardoin
Sep 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: children, i-own-this, tour
I thought this was a cute and unique Halloween tale. The young Prince gets him Self into trouble, and then learns that everyone makes mistakes sometimes, and you shouldn't be too hard on your Self (I am separating and capitalizing Self because that's the way it is in the book).

The book features beautiful illustrations that are slightly creepy and only feature color for the pumpkins. The illustrations are somewhat reminiscent of Tomie DePaola books, to me.

While my four year old couldn't sit still
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