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Clifford: The Big White Ghost

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Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Scholastic
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Elizabeth S
Aug 15, 2011 rated it it was ok
Shelves: c-beginner
I really just prefer the original Clifford books by Norman Bridwell. The TV show is okay, but the books based on the TV show are a step worse.
Mary Elizabeth
Jan 02, 2018 rated it liked it
In this installment of Clifford the Big Red Dog, Emily Elizabeth, Clifford and friends go see a movie on Halloween, and after the viewing, Clifford manages to make the white screen fall on him, making every one believe he is the Ghost Dog of Birdwell Island!

What I most love about the book series Clifford, The Big Red Dog books are that through clear graphics, a compelling narrative that is easy to follow and enjoyable characters, the authors always introduce a moral. In the case of ''Clifford:
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Chanae Wills
Jan 31, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: lit-2
It’s Halloween and Clifford and his friends are watching a scary movie at the beach. Clifford is scared and one of his friends acts tough and says that he’s not scared of anything. When Clifford goes to look at the movie screen he gets caught in the screen and looks like a big white ghost. Clifford’s friend who said he wasn’t afraid ends up getting scared and ends up learning that everyone gets scared.
This book could be used if we are doing a unit on Halloween. I could read this to the students
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Josiah
Sep 28, 2009 rated it did not like it
This story, adapted from the successful Clifford PBS television series, does a nice job of bringing out the fun and personalities of the television characters in a necessarily short amount of text. The Halloween story is both safe and enjoyable.
Horace Mann Family Reading Challenge
Clifford and his friend went to the movies and they watched a very spooky movie. It was really good at the end. L.
Jaime Contreras
Jul 24, 2011 rated it really liked it
Shelves: childrens
This was a a funny and engaging 'scary' adventure for Clifford. It is a safe read for kids who want a little fun and a boo.
Sagan
Kid's Review: "Oh no! A ghost! Clifford is scared!" Got it from the library and had to renew it twice.
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Creative storyteller and arts consultant Dr. Gail N. Herman has performed and taught storytelling extensively throughout the United States, as well as in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Jamaica, Germany, Ghana, India, and the Virgin Islands. Besides performing for students in schools and libraries, Dr. Herman works with teachers and helping professionals to infuse storytelling and the kinesthetic, mus ...more