Five Little Monkeys Trick-or-Treat (A Five Little Monkeys Story) (Paperback)
Clarion Books, 9781328869272, 40pp.
Publication Date: July 17, 2018
“Another winner.” —School Library Journal
Five little monkeys dress up for Halloween. They’re going trick-or-treating with their favorite babysitter, Lulu. Mama reminds her, “Don’t lose the rascals!” But soon those mischievous monkeys meet other costumed friends and decide to try “the best Halloween trick ever!” Will Lulu be fooled? Or will the five little rascals get tricked by their own monkey business?
Vibrant, silly, and perfect for reading aloud, this non-scary Halloween story will delight fans of this best-selling series. Includes recipes for “eyeballs” and “worm juice” for kids to try at home.
About the Author
Eileen Christelow was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in a family of avid readers. It was in high school that she first made the leap from reader to writer, publishing her first stories in her high school’s magazine.
After studying art history and drawing in college, she discovered a love of photography and began building a career as a photographer. Her interest in children’s books was always strong, and after the birth of her daughter, she began thinking about writing one of her own. Her first book, Henry and the Red Stripes, was published in 1981.
Since then, she has written and illustrated numerous best-selling picture books including ten popular books about the Five Little Monkeys, Letters from a Desperate Dog, and Vote! She lives with her husband in Dummerston, Vermont, and you can learn more about her life and work on her website, www.christelow.com and on www.fivelittlemonkeys.com.
Praise For Five Little Monkeys Trick-or-Treat (A Five Little Monkeys Story)…
—School Library Journal
"Fans of the author's previous monkey titles will welcome this silly new tale."
"[A] gently naughty romp."
"Christelow's five little monkeys are natural tricksters, making them perfect subjects for a Halloween story."
"Playfully illustrated with a colorful parade of animals and disguises. . . . A lighthearted farce."
—The Horn Book Magazine