Ammi-Joan Paquette has never met a ghost, mummy, monster, skeleton, or witch &; as far as she knows. This book, she says, was inspired by a game she used to play with her sister: &;Most of the details have been lost to time, but I still remember the shivery thrill I got when we played it. So, I drew on that same energy to write a spooky picture book, which eventually became A Ghost in the House.&; In addition to writing, Joan is also a literary agent representing authors of children&;s books. She lives outside Boston with her family. Adam Record started doodling on a bench in church. He only started to get serious about drawing after someone bought one of his drawings. He gets inspired by old children&;s books and vintage posters. This is his first picture book. Adam Record lives in Utah with his wife and two children.. Boo! Watch out for this rollicking, cumulative counting book for a Halloween treat that&;s more playful than scary.There&;s a ghost in the house, In the creepy haunted house, On this dark spooky night all alone.When a little ghost goes slip-sliding down the hallway, he suddenly hears...a groan! Turns out it&;s only a friendly mummy, who shuffles along with the ghost, until they encounter...a monster! As the cautious explorers continue, they find a surprise at every turn &; and add another adorably ghoulish friend to the count. But you&;ll never guess who is the scariest creature in the house!
Precioso Es un cuento precioso. Tiene pestañas para levantar y mostrar más cositas. Un lenguaje sencillo y muy llamativo para los nuños
Recomendado Buena opción para trabajar Halloween en el aula de inglés.
I also enjoy reading this book because you can choose different ways ... My son aged 4 loves this book and asks me to read it to him almost every night. The story is simple yet effective for teaching literacy to early learners such as the use of alliteration, rhyme, and onomatopoeia. Also effective for teaching numeracy, counting 1-5. I also enjoy reading this book because you can choose different ways to narrate which helps form different interpretations of fear, superstition, courage, friendship and humour. Well done to the author and illustrator!
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