Look out, Jack! The giant is back!

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Holiday House, 2001 - Fiction - 32 pages
12 Reviews
Could you stay out all night in the dark even if... "there were spiders dangling over your head and ... snakes slithering around your feet and ... "A BIG, HAIRY, KID-EATING MONSTER on the prowl? Would you just tell them to go away? Oh yeah? In this rollicking tale about the creatures that might lurk in the night, two boys with very big imaginations prove they are so brave, so cool, they could face even ... Wait, did you hear a noise in the bushes?

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User Review  - ronicadibartolo - LibraryThing

Jack is resilient in this story. He shows courage, wit, and a good sense of humor. When faced with a difficult and seemingly impossible situation, Jack doesn't give up. Read full review

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User Review  - matthewbloome - LibraryThing

The kids that I read this to thought the most interesting part of this book was the giant having green feet. They weren't far off. It wasn't a bad story, but it was pretty easy to see where it was ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Tom Birdseye is the author of many popular books for children, including "Soap! Soap! Don't Forget the Soap!: An Appalachian Tale," illustrated by Stephen Gammell. He lives in Corvallis, Oregon, with his family.

Will Hillenbrand has illustrated numerous books for children, including "The Last Snake in Ireland" by Sheila MacGill-Callahan and "Wicked Jack" by Connie Nordhielm Wooldridge. He lives in Ohio with his family.

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