The Halloween Queen Who Lost Her Scream: An Evil Blue Fairy Tale

The Halloween Queen Who Lost Her Scream: An Evil Blue Fairy Tale


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Halloween author, Donna Davies has created an exciting Halloween mystery that will have your kids sitting on the edge of theirs seats. An action-packed tale of a Halloween Queen named Calliope who lost her scream right before Halloween. Meet an amazing cast of Halloween monsters from witches to zombies as they go on an adventure to help their Queen and save Halloween.

Filled will stunning colorful Halloween illustrations by the very talented Rob Peters.

This delightfully fun book is sure to become a family tradition.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615534190
Publisher: All Hallow's Eve Press
Publication date: 10/06/2011
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 9.80(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range: 3 - 6 Years

About the Author

Donna Davies is from upstate New York and relishes the Halloween season in the Hudson Valley. She is very fond of spending Halloween in Sleepy Hollow, home of the Headless Horseman, which has been a true inspiration for her eerie expertise in celebrating All Hallows' Eve.

In her spare time, she teaches the craft of Halloween and curates two websites dedicated to the subject. Learn more by visiting and

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The Halloween Queen Who Lost Her Scream: An Evil Blue Fairy Tale 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
D_Delgado More than 1 year ago
I bought this interactive book for my daughter and she absolutely loves it. The tale of the Halloween Queen makes the holiday more fun than scary and the moving pictures really help to keep her interests. I only have 2 issues with this purchase. 1. Some of the pages where you touch-and-play with the story are a little tough to find. I also bought her Harry the Dirty Dog and I very much prefer the method used in that book. In the story of Harry, the pages that are interactive are marked with a star. You touch the star and the story reads you instructions on how to interact with that page. The Halloween Queen does not do that. 2. There is a page in the book where the queen gets her scream back. When you touch her to make her scream, it is short and incomplete. If you want to hear the full scream, you have to keep tapping on her. It is the same for the band on the same page. Overall, my daughter enjoys this book very much and I enjoy reading it to her. The hiccups with this book were minor and I would still definitely recommend this book to anybody that want a good Halloween tale to read to their young child.
GsMom4life More than 1 year ago
What a great book for Halloween! (Or anytime - my daughter could read Halloween stories 12 months of the year :-) Loved the rhyming story, with very engaging artwork, and a good message too. The animations and audio are especially cool (my daughter went through the book over and over again). Fantastic voice reading the narration, perfect for the Halloween queen. No way you'll be disappointed by this book. I'm gifting it to my friends with kids!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cute book. The voice is a litle annoying, even my daughter asked "why does she keep talking like that?", but not enough for her not to keep listening to it.
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Book skipped, barely played and overall kept getting stuck. Would NEVER buy another by this author. Could have been good except no real play options in the book and oh wait! We never got through it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good title rhyming
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I want book