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Goodnight Goon: A Petrifying Parodyby Michael Rex
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When the text of Goodnight Nanny-cam appeared online in the New Yorkerand#8217;s and#147;Shouts and Murmursand#8221; column, it garnered 100,000 hits and more than 15,000 Facebook likes in a matter of days. Filled with sly references to BPA-free bottles, Baby Einstein DVDs, and toddler tutors, Jen Nessel and Liz Ratnerand#8217;s send-up of the beloved childrenand#8217;s classic wittily skewers our modern culture of over-parenting. Parodies of Goodnight Moon are always popular, and Goodnight Nanny-cam is a gorgeously illustrated gift thatand#8217;s guaranteed to have alpha parents everywhere laughingand#151;and cringingand#151;in recognition.
Spooky meets silly in this unique Halloween story about a witchs night out at the fa-BOO Witch Spa!
Halloween is the most important day of the year for any witch. So when the holiday ends and the witches are tired from tricking and treating, they all head to the fa-boo Witch Spa. Here they indulge in Bat-Whisker Tea, Broom Bristle Facials, and other spooky spa goodies. A trip to the Witch Spa is sure to make any witch or warlock feel refreshed, revived, and positively revolting. Charming illustrations, clever rhymes, and silly spa treatments make this a fun Halloween book with mega mom appeal.
From New York Times-bestselling author Stephen Savage comes a bright, bold, and happy way to count down to Halloween!
From a sneaky spider to a ghostly chef to a sly mummy and crafty witch, join your favorite spooky creatures as ten orange pumpkins disappear in a countdown to a Halloween surprise. Bright, bold, and fun, Ten Orange Pumpkins is a perfect read-aloud and is sure to capture the imagination of the littlest trick-or-treaters.
About the Author
Michael Rex has written and illustrated nineteen books for children. H‛s a big fan of Margaret- Wise Brown and Clement Hur‛s Goodnight Moon, but feels it is severely lacking monsters with sharp teeth, and small creatures in peril. The author lives in the Bronx, New York.
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