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Arthur's Halloween Costume (I Can Read Books)by Lillian Hoban
Synopses & Reviews
No one knows what Arthurs funny-looking costume represents, but even his school principal calls it a winner! ‘Arthurs frustrations and hassles ring true, and kids will enjoy the constantly changing costumes. Hobans expressive chimp faces catch the nuances of feeling, and the soft colors catch the action wonderfully well. —SLJ.
It is Halloween morning. Arthur is dressed up as a ghost for the school party. Then he spills ketchup on his costume, and that's just the beginning. Now Arthur has a crazy costume that nobody can figure out- until Wilma's big sister comes up with the most original idea.
About the Author
Lillian Hoban (1925-1998) is the beloved author and illustrator of many popular books for children, including three books about Silly Tilly, the forgetful mole, and the beloved classics about Arthur, which began with Arthur's Christmas Cookies.
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