Itchy witches, groaning ghosts, and plump pumpkins are just a few of the characters in this collection of giggle-producing Halloween tongue twisters. It's so much fun, it's like trick-or-treating for your tongue!
About the Author
Nola Buck (the pen name of Laura Godwin) is the author of many well-loved children's books, including Christmas in the Manger. With Ann M. Martin she also coauthored The Doll People, The Runaway Dolls, and The Meanest Doll in the World. She now lives in New York City but grew up in Alberta, Canada, and has fond Christmas Eve memories of watching Eeyore, the family donkey, play a part in the live Christmas pageant in her hometown.
Sue Truesdell has illustrated many children's books, including How to Talk to Your Dog by Jean Craighead George and Betsy Byars's I Can Read! series about the adventuresome Golly Sisters. Ms. Truesdell lives in Tenafly, New Jersey.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Who would think one can write sentences with all of the words starting with the same letters? Tongue twisters glaoure in "Creepy Crawly Critters!" Rhyming and alliterations all make up this book. It is fun to read because it tells one all about what could happen on Halloween. The illustrations match well with the story as well because the pictures tell just as much as the alliterations do. This is a fun read that could teach children that there are more to words than subjects and nouns.
A halloween themed book that uses tounge twisters and amusing rymes.
I didn't really like this tongue twister poetry book. Although I did think the illustrations went very well with the text. I did have to re read the book a couple of times to understand.