!!> Read ➸ That One Spooky Night ➻ Author Dan Bar-el – Bassgrotto.co.uk

That One Spooky Night This Collection Of Graphic Short Stories Written By Dan Bar El Contains Three Separate Tales Of Strange And Surprising Events That All Happen One Halloween Night In Broom With A View, A Girl S Broom For Her Witch Costume Mistakenly Gets Switched With A Broom Belonging To A Real Witch Featured In 10 000 Tentacles Under The Tub Are Two Rambunctious Boys Who Fight Sea Monsters While Trick Or Treating As Aqua Heroes, Only To Discover That Their Biggest Challenge Still Awaits In The Bathtub In The Fang Gang, Everything Gets Turned Around For Four Wannabe Vampire Girls When They Meet Up With The Real Thing Naturally, All The Parents Are Clueless About What S Going On Though In One, The Pet Dog Is In On Things The Stories Are Just Spooky Enough And Tempered With A Touch Of Silly Humor They Re An Easy Read With Minimal Text Some Panels Are Even Completely Wordless Or Contain Only Sound Effects Along With The Art The Engaging Comic Illustrations By David Huyck Are Darkly Toned With Lots Of Softly Focused Scenes, Adding To The Mysterious Allure Sharp Eyed Readers Will Notice Characters From One Story Making An Appearance In The Artwork Of Another This Book Is A Perfect Classroom Choice Around Halloween, Either As A Fun Read Aloud Or As A Great Reference For Discussing Why We Celebrate This Holiday And The Cultural Origins Of Legends About Witches, Vampires And The Like But It Would Also Be Enjoyed Year Round By Children Who Like Scary Plots With Not Quite Human Characters.


10 thoughts on “That One Spooky Night

  1. says:

    I may be writing very similar reviews for a little while I m looking for comics which would appeal to the type of students I work with mostly boys, mostly on the ASD spectrum, mostly immigrant or African American, mostly picture oriented, kinesthetic learners, mostly emergent, some in third grade reading at kindergarten level This book works well The frames carry the story, but the words add depth and just may coax a reluctant reader into the stories It s appealing subject matter The cas I may be writing very similar reviews for a little while I m looking for comics which would appeal to the type of students I work with mostly boys, mostly on the ASD spectrum, mostly immigrant or African American, mostly picture oriented, kinesthetic learners, most...


  2. says:

    Disappointing stories and illustrations.


  3. says:

    Perfectly spooky graphic novel for my comics and just scary enough obsessed 4.5 year old Nice clean lines and easier to read aloud than some graphic novels A great library find for late October.


  4. says:

    cute


  5. says:

    A solidly enjoyable book, high 3 stars I really liked the art style, and the combination of whimsy with a hint of darkness around the edges.


  6. says:

    Three short stories are combined into one, telling the story of that one spooky night In the first story, which was my favorite, a young girl, Giselle, picks out her witch costume for trick or treating On her way home from the costume shop she accidentally bumps right into a genuine witch and they unknowingly switch brooms When the real witch magicks her broom back to her, Giselle follows it and spend the evening flying around with the witch delivering homemade soup to other monsters It s th Three short stories are combined into one, telling the story of that one spooky night In the first story, which was my favorite, a young girl, Giselle, picks out her witch costume for trick or treating On her way home from the costume shop she accidentally bumps right into a genuine witch and they unknowingly sw...


  7. says:

    One night in particular isscary than the rest One book divided into three different stories, Halloween takes on a three different perspectives 1 Accidentally bumping into a real with and grabbing her broom instead of her fake, custom broom, a young girl is taken for the ride of her life 2 Two boys dressed as Aqua Ninja and Aqua Ranger go trick or treating with their dad When the boys come home needing...


  8. says:

    This reminded me a lot of the old style comic books for kids I loved the illustrations as they really brought the story to life There are three individual stories in this book, each with a Halloween theme for kids 7 and older This is the first graphic novel I have read that was intended for a younger audience, and I think it really worked well The stories aregeared toward having fun than being very frightening and the characters are cute There are so many illustrations on each page th This reminded me a lot of the old style comic books for kids I loved the illustrations as they really brought the story to life There are three individual stories in this book, each with a Halloween theme for kids 7 and older This is the first graphic novel I have read that was intended for a younger audience, and I think it really worked well The stories aregeared toward having fun than being very frightening and the characters are cute There are so many illustrations on each page that it is difficult to get bored with so much to look at With three stories, yo...


  9. says:

    These three spooky tales are perfect for Halloween, but young readers will be back to reread them again and again Done in graphic novel form, the illustrations by David Huyck are as funny as the stories are creepy but not too creepy.In A Broom With a View, Giselle finds the perfect witch costume and completes it with a broom When she dresses for trick or treating her broom s behavior leads her into trouble Her one spooky night is just beginning.In 10,000 Tentacles Under the Tub, two brother These three spooky tales are perfect for Halloween, but young readers wi...


  10. says:

    This JLG Graphic Novel selection is a surefire winner Kids love scary books and graphic novels, and this Halloween themed 3 story collection will keep them happy The artwork is really lovely I particularly liked the orange and green tones used in the first story of a girl who gets her costume broom mixed up with a real witch broom in a collision at a street corner Kids will love playing spot the fairy tale as the girl accompanies the witch on her Halloween rounds The second story of te This JLG Graphic Novel selection is a surefire winner Kids love scary books and graphic novels, and this Halloween themed 3 story collection will keep them happy The artwork is really lovely I particularly liked the orange and green tones used in the first story of a girl who gets her costume broom mixed up with a real witch broom in a collision at a street corner Kids will love playing spot the fairy tale as the girl accompanies the witch on her Hallo...


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