Publication Date: August 10, 2010
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Bold and brilliant illustrations crafted with Joe Fenton’s distinctive style tell the tale of a little ghost who wants to be spooky enough to win his school’s Halloween costume contest. But how can he be terrifying if he can’t make a scary face? Even the youngest of readers can relate to this earnest spirit’s struggles, as well as read along—"Boo!" is the only word used throughout the imaginative and colorful story.
Joe Fenton has worked for several years in the film industry for Disney and other studios as a concept artist. He is from London, England, but currently resides in Brooklyn, New York. This is his first picture book.
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