Scarecrow Magic (Hardcover)

By Ed Masessa, Matt Myers (Illustrator)

Orchard Books, 9780545691093, 32pp.

Publication Date: June 30, 2015

List Price: 16.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

After nightfall, Scarecrow and friends have a playtime adventure!



Scarecrow plays by the light of the moon.

He jumps rope and dances and belts out a tune.

Ghoulies and ghosties have fun through the night.

Then as the sun rises, they scurry from sight.



As night time falls and the moon appears, magic is building in the air. The time has finally come, and Scarecrow is ready to play. Slowly, all his friends start to arrive and they all have a good time. But soon, playtime is over and the sun starts to rise. Back at his post, Scarecrow bids his friends good night as he thinks of the next time the moon will rise and the magic will return.



Scarecrow Magic is spooky fun that's just perfect for Halloween!


About the Author

Ed Masessa is the author of The Wandmaker's Guidebook, Travel-Size Pups Around the World, and Mixed-Up Pups. He lives in Winter Springs, Florida.

Matt Myers is the illustrator of many books, including Battle Bunny, A is for Musk Ox, Tyrannosaurus Dad, and E I E I O: How Old Macdonald Got His Farm (with a Little Help from a Hen). He lives with three little goblins in Charlotte, North Carolina, in a house that is sure to be creepy on October 31. For more information, go to www.myerspaints.com.


Praise For Scarecrow Magic

Praise for Scarecrow Magic :

* "Halloween-worthy chills for any time of year." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review


Praise for A is for Musk Ox (by Erin Cabatingan and illustrated by Matt Myers):

"Comical illustrations take this book to a high level. The illustration quality even makes 'musk ox' tags appear to be 3-D." -- Children's Literature


Praise for Tyrannosaurus Dad (by Liz Rosenberg and illustrated by Matt Myers):

"Myers' oil paintings truly amaze. Faces gain an almost three-dimensional expressiveness, and the spreads are rich in scene-setting detail." -- Kirkus Reviews

"The illustrations ... offer inventive perspectives, dynamic action, uproarious humor, and cool details throughout." -- Booklist