Ten Little Tricksters

Ten Little Tricksters This charming ten to one reverse counting Halloween book shows a number of cute little creatures to count on each page There are ten ghosts nine goblins eight monsters seven ogres six bats five z

  • Title: Ten Little Tricksters
  • Author: Penelope Anne Cole Kevin Collier
  • ISBN: 9781616335229
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ten Little Tricksters

    This charming ten to one reverse counting Halloween book shows a number of cute little creatures to count on each page There are ten ghosts, nine goblins, eight monsters, seven ogres, six bats, five zombies, four skeletons, three witches, two black cats, and a pumpkin all out trick or treating Suggested age range for readers 4 7

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    1. Regan Macaulay

      Penelope Anne Cole’s Ten Little Tricksters is an adorable rhyming and counting Halloween-themed picture book! Excellent use of rhythm and rhymes that match up uniquely with each group of little tricksters, from ten little ghosties to one little pumpkin. The illustrations by Kevin Collier are a bewitching seasonal treat—including “creaky” skeletons and “screechy” bats. Children will love counting down to Halloween with this delightful tale and parents will not be able to resist readin [...]

    2. Patricia Reding

      I’ve yet to meet the child who doesn’t love to play “dress up.” Luckily, little ones get one special day a year in which to take that game to its ultimate—namely, Halloween. But the fun needn’t start and end on October 31st—not when Penelope Anne Cole has caught on to the spirit (no pun intended) of fun enjoyed on that holiday in Ten Little Tricksters. This creative story, offering a clever count-down from ten to one, may be used as a ready teaching aid for children at any time of [...]

    3. Literary Classics Book Awards & Reviews

      Ten Little Tricksters, by Penelope Anne Cole, is a cleverly bewitching children's picture book. Told in a toe-tapping tempo, while counting from ten to one, children are sure to love this whimsical Halloween themed book. A variety of kooky zombies and ghouls enter the scene one page at a time as they introduce a new number. Ten ghosties, nine goblins and so-on until one little pumpkin collects his Halloween treats. Colorful and expressive illustrations, by Kevin Collier, are perfectly paired wit [...]

    4. Jill Siegel

      TEN LITTLE TRICKSTERS is a super adorable book for Halloween and all year round! The illustrations are delightful. The book is filled with fun Halloween characters like ghosts, goblins, and zombies, which are presented in a fun, cute style rather than as a frightening tale. I think that children would really enjoy the playful words, the backwards counting (from ten to one), and the sweet illustrations.

    5. Nicole Weaver

      Penelope Anne Cole's newest book, Ten Little Tricksters is by far the cutest book I have read about Halloween. The colorful illustrations done by Kevin Collier will capture the attention of every child reading this book. This is an ingenious and fun way to introduce young children to counting from one to ten.This Halloween, be sure to make an effort to give this cute book to the little ones in your life.

    6. Susan Berger

      This delightful counting book is a perfect halloween treat. The repetitions in the story will delight younger children and I love the illustrations. Kevin Collier is one of my favorite illustrators.I can't wait to read it (and read it . . d read it) with my granddaughter. I know this will turn into an every night book. I hope Penelope and Kevin do one for every holiday.

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