Halloween Hats

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Macmillan, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
A romping, stomping Halloween extravaganza

"Hats for queens with diamonds bright,
hats for brides all dressed in white.
Hats for fancy race-car drivers,
hats with air for deep-sea divers."

It’s Halloween night and the street is filled with every sort of character imaginable. But where are they going?

Come join the bats, witches, ghosts, and goblins as they march down the street to a great big Halloween party.

Full of fun and surprises, the bouncy rhythm and exuberant pictures will make readers want to pick up a hat and try something new.

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User Review  - aehunter - LibraryThing

I thought this book was adorable! This book speaks of the many different types of hats that are worn during Halloween. I liked how this book showed a wide variety of costumes and themes. Halloween is ... Read full review

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User Review  - lruano - LibraryThing

This story is about all the types of hats we use in Halloween for our costumes. People use pointy hats, flowered hats, hats with air for deep sea divers, and many more. In the end they play the ... Read full review

About the author (2002)

Elizabeth Winthrop is the author of more than fifty books for readers of all ages, including Dumpy La Rue, illustrated by Betsy Lewin, and Shoes, illustrated by William Joyce. Ms. Winthrop lives in New York City and loves to wear hats of all sizes and shapes.

Sue Truesdell is the illustrator of the Golly Sisters series by Betsy Byars, How to Talk to Your Dog by Jean Craighead George, and over twenty-five other books for children. Ms. Truesdell hangs her hat in Tenafly, New Jersey.

Visit Elizabeth Winthrop at her website: http://www.elizabethwinthrop.com

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