Angelina's Halloween

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Pleasant Company Publications, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
8 Reviews
Angelina and her best friend, Alice, make glorious firefly costumes for Halloween. Baby sister Polly wants one, too, but the floaty, ribbon-trimmed costumes are too delicate for her. Polly settles for being a ghost, and gives Angelina a surprise scare!

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Review: Angelina's Halloween (Angelina Ballerina)

User Review  - Gracie Larcher - Goodreads

Angelina's Halloween is a sweet story with fun illustrations. I enjoyed reading the book and I believe students would as well. This book would be most appropriate for first and second graders to read ... Read full review

Review: Angelina's Halloween (Angelina Ballerina)

User Review  - Kayla Heenan - Goodreads

I thought this was a very cute book that could be read to the students around Halloween town. It had very animated pictures that could allow students to stay engaged. The story also had a good moral to the story that the students could relate to if they had younger siblings. Read full review


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About the author (2000)

Katharine Holabirdas first "Angelina Ballerina" book was published in 1983. She lives in London. Helen Craig has illustrated more than sixty book s for children. She lives in England.

With whimsical watercolors and an eye for detail, British author and illustrator Helen Craig has lent her talents to numerous picture books, including the beloved Angelina Ballerina.

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