The engaging text in this question-and-answer story is perfectly suited for children just learning to read. Goodman's uproarious illustrations are packed with wonderfully creepy details that children will love. "A fascinating brew combining pop culture, Halloween symbols, (and) favorite book characters".--Kirkus Reviews. Full color.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DJSimpson - LibraryThing
Guess What? builds on the lesson that looks can be deceiving. For this book, teachers can read one page at a time, allowing students write or saw what they think the main character looks like, and so ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kag026 - LibraryThing
Starts from long range, far away view. Each page has a question and answer bringing the reader closer to the subject and a closer view. Finally she tells the reader about the witch, and gives a clue abut how nice she is. Great real life pictures. Read full review