Out of all the holidays, Emily Elizabeth and Clifford like Halloween the most. They play games, trick-or-treat in the neighborhood, and tell ghost storeis. Best of all, they can wear costumes! Clown, witch, knight, or ghost — what will Clifford decide to dress up as this year?
From choosing a costume and joining a window-painting contest, to going trick-or-treating and bobbing for apples at the party afterwards, Corduroy cheerfully leads the way to a fun-filled Halloween. Based on the character created by Don Freeman. Full color.
Simple, spirited verse and lively watercolors capture the excited anticipation and shivery delight of a favorite holiday. Four Halloween mice dress up in costumes for a midnight romp in the pumpkin patch— but they don't count on a Halloween cat! Full color.
Fun masks to try on the girl and boy characters show the spirit of Halloween to the youngest readers. On the following pages, toddlers can "carve" their own jack-o'-lantern by flipping the die-cut pages to change the pumpkin's face. What's behind the double doors? A Halloween party with treats galore!
After a week of trying to decide what Halloween costume to wear, Froggy finally decides to dress as the Frog Prince. He makes himself so adorable, however, that Frogilina wants to kiss him. Uh-oh; looks like this could be the scariest Halloween ever! Full color.
The beginning of the new school year brings a new neighbor to the apartment building where Emily Elizabeth lives. Clifford and his friends are scared by a strange wailing noise coming from the new neighbor's apartment. And they begin to wonder if a monster isn't living there — especially when they find a huge tooth.