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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

TITLE: The Pumpkin Field
AUTHOR: Linda Nance
PUBLISHER: Create Space
PRICE: $10.95 (US), £6.62 (UK), CDN$ 10.80 (CA)
FORMAT: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1461044812
ISBN-13: 9781461044819
Reviewed by Deb Hockenberry

Strange things happen on Halloween night or do they? In this picture book it is a chilly and misty night. It’s a perfect night for spooky things to happen. It’s a perfect night to be full of fright!
Do scarecrows jump from their posts and dance around on Halloween? Do pumpkins dance from their pumpkin patch? Or is it just shadows in the misty night air?
What was that flying through the air? Was it a bird?
In this delightful children’s book, we find out just what the answers are to these questions and more. Linda’s watercolor illustrations really bring the story to life!
A child will love this book. It explains the spooky things you see and the creepy sounds you hear. Adults will enjoy reading this to their children as it brings back memories of their own Halloween celebrations.
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 ~Reviewer Deb Hockenberry
"When God closes a door, He always opens a window."
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