Whooo's That?: A Lift-the-Flap Pumpkin Fun Book (Novelty book)

Whooo's That?: A Lift-the-Flap Pumpkin Fun Book Cover Image
By Kay Winters, Jeannie Winston (Illustrator), Linda Winters (Contributions by)
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Description


Guess whooo’s hiding behind the pumpkin in this interactive lift-the-flap book that’s part hide-and-seek, part peekaboo—and all Halloween! Ten jack-o’-lantern flaps lift to reveal a host of Halloween creatures, including a mischevious cat, bebopping skeletons, a friendly Frankenstein, and a group of children in costume. Are you ready to trick-or-treat, too? Then lift one more flap for a sweet surprise!

With lyrical text by Kay Winters and jewel-toned art by Jeannie Winston, this sturdy book is a perfect gift for children celebrating their first Halloween!

Features eleven flaps.

About the Author


KAY WINTERS was a teacher and a college instructor before becoming a children's book author. She's the author of Whooo's That? A Lift-the-Flap Pumpkin Fun Book, illustrated by Jeannie Winston, and Abe Lincoln: The Boy Who Loved Books, illustrated by Nancy Carpenter, which was a Bank Street Best Book. www.kaywinters.com

JEANNIE WINSTON has been a textile illustrator and designer for the infant bedding industry. She's now creating darling illustrations for children's books, including Whooo's That? A Lift-the-Flap Pumpkin Fun Book by Kay Winters. www.jeanniewinston.com


Product Details
ISBN: 9780152064808
ISBN-10: 015206480X
Publisher: Clarion Books
Publication Date: September 7th, 2009
Pages: 14
Language: English

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