When old Goblin Moon rises on Halloween night, mischievous goblins come out with delight. They dance and swoon, they whoop and play, till one little girl helps them find their way!
When the cute and friendly-looking goblins end up in this little girl's house, she'll have to find a clever way to get them back where they belong.
Snuggle up and enjoy this impish tale perfect for little goblins everywhere. With rhyming text and Jacqueline Rogers' signature style of illustration, fans of Julia Donaldson's Room on the Broom and Linda D. Williams' The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything will be captivated by this spirited story just right for reading aloud on spooky October nights.
"The protagonist starts seeing and hearing things inside the house, and readers will spy the adorable little green monsters as they hide from the searching flashlights of the adults. Emboldened, the kid tells the goblins to go back to their moon, but perhaps they need an incentive? A trail of Halloween candy leading away from the house just might do it. And perhaps they’ll offer something in return? Rogers’ gouache and digital illustrations are magical when depicting the night outside, with sinuous trees in deep blues and greens highlighted in the white light from a gently smiling moon." — Kirkus Reviews
|Recommended Age||4 - 8|
|Publication Date||Jul 23, 2019|