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Franklin's Halloween ❴Reading❵ ➶ Franklin's Halloween Author Paulette Bourgeois – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Everyone s favorite turtle is back and all dressed up for Halloween fun What does a turtle look like when he s made up as Frankenstein Children will be delighted to see for themselves as they follow F Everyone s favorite turtle is back and all dressed up for Halloween fun What does a turtle look like when he s made up as Frankenstein Children will be delighted to see for themselves as they follow Franklin to a Halloween party, complete with games, a parade, and a haunted house Full color.


10 thoughts on “Franklin's Halloween

  1. Calista Calista says:

    The nephew does like Franklin, but he is really into monsters right now So, he did enjoy all the costumes in this story, but he says they weren t scary enough He likes scary right now The niece enjoyed the story and gave it 4 stars while the nephew gave it 3 stars.It s a beautiful Franklin Book The cover has little to do with the story It s all about Franklin going Trick or Treating He tries on many costumes and I love the one he decides to go as It s perfect Franklin is trying to guess The nephew does like Franklin, but he is really into monsters right now So, he did enjoy all the costumes in this story, but he says they weren t scary enough He likes scary right now The niece enjoyed the story and gave it 4 stars while the nephew gave it 3 stars.It s a beautiful Franklin Book The cover has little to do with the story It s all about Franklin going Trick or Treating He tries on many costumes and I love the one he decides to go as It s perfect Franklin is trying to guess who his friends are under their costumes and Bear is always a ghost Franklin finds out ears is sick this year so how is the ghost It s a cute reveal and the kids loved it.A nice and bright beginner book for young kids


  2. C. C. says:

    I discoveredFranklin In The Dark , 1986, last year as loving and meaningful as it looked I was elated to know the authoress and artist are Canadian Brenda Clark, who brings the precious pages to bright, happy life, is next door in Port Hope, Ontario I was further thrilled to know Paulette Bourgeois is from my home city, Winnipeg When I saw this muchrecent story, from 2011, of course I scooped it up This outing does not involve such emotional dependence, like the ladies d but But I discoveredFranklin In The Dark , 1986, last year as loving and meaningful as it looked I was elated to know the authoress and artist are Canadian Brenda Clark, who brings the precious pages to bright, happy life, is next door in Port Hope, Ontario I was further thrilled to know Paulette Bourgeois is from my home city, Winnipeg When I saw this muchrecent story, from 2011, of course I scooped it up This outing does not involve such emotional dependence, like the ladies d but But while it is less poignant and Franklin might have grown older, it isfun happy and full of anticipation Franklin s Hallowe en shows this dear turtle among school pupils, looking forward to costume making and a party I loved seeing Franklin with both of his parents We knew his Mom was caring but we see the way his Dad as well, is fun and involved with Franklin They dress up hilariously, to accompany him for the Hallowe en party, which is precious and gives this modern animal community as much reality as it can have I didn t understand ofWinnie The Pooh , for example, why we only see the rabbit and kangaroo with parents I wondered how old each of them was, living in their own dwellings Here, we see all youngster animals with their parents, as they have fun greeting one another and guessing whom is disguised as what.Brenda s images are as colourful and adorable as always, full of exhilarated expressions The crux of this little adventure is that Franklin doesn t find his friend, Bear, costumed as usual It is momentarily spooky, wondering if it is possible that a flying figure is a veritable ghost It casts the right mysterious tone for a holiday activity I loved, as a Canadian child, myself


  3. Dorie - Cats&Books :) Dorie - Cats&Books :) says:

    I bought this last year for my grandson and he loved it We love all of the Franklin books, started collecting them when my youngest daughter now 30, was little


  4. Mischenko Mischenko says:

    Franklin has always been a favorite show in our house and my kids would watch it on PBS all the time In this book, Franklin dresses up as Frankenstein for Halloween and prepares for a Halloween party, parade, haunted house and games It s a cute book for Franklin fans complete with a wonderful story and detailed illustrations.


  5. Lindsey (Babies, Books, and Beyond) Lindsey (Babies, Books, and Beyond) says:

    In honor of Halloween, CJ and I have been reading Fall and Halloween themed books Nothing scary, he s only one We ll wait until next year to pull out the Stephen King for him One of the books we read was Franklin s Halloween First of all, I freaking love Franklin Where has he been all my life Everyone who knows me knows I love turtles I even have a tattoo of one on my leg How did I not know that there were books about a turtle with the awesome name Franklin Secondly, this book was adora In honor of Halloween, CJ and I have been reading Fall and Halloween themed books Nothing scary, he s only one We ll wait until next year to pull out the Stephen King for him One of the books we read was Franklin s Halloween First of all, I freaking love Franklin Where has he been all my life Everyone who knows me knows I love turtles I even have a tattoo of one on my leg How did I not know that there were books about a turtle with the awesome name Franklin Secondly, this book was adorable It starts of with Franklin going through his dress up box to find an amazing costume to wear to the party and haunted house later that day What will he decide to wear What will his friends decide to wear He doesn t have to worry about what Bear is going to be, because Bear is always a ghost Franklin is also a little worried about getting too scared at the haunted house What if there are real ghosts there Beaver reassures him that there is no such thing as ghosts, but Franklin isn t so sure.Later, Franklin has lots of fun at the Halloween party He wins lots of prizes, and gets a ton of candy He tells Bear what a great ghost costume he s wearing Finally, the only thing left to do is go to the haunted house Franklin is very very brave, and even gets a treat for being brave enough to go all the way through the haunted house Mr Mole tells him that the ghost came through earlier and got so scared that he flew away Bear doesn t fly, he thinks Mr Mole tells him that Bear is home sick with the sniffles Oh no Was that a real ghost I won t spoil the ending for you, but this is a really great book for kids Even my one year old was interested He loved the pictures, which are really cute I would recommend this book for ages 3 and up While the bambino loved the pictures, he doesn t really have any idea what was going on in the book Once kids can understand what Halloween is, they ll love the book that muchCJ and I gave this book a rating of five happy babies I received this book for free from netgalley for the purpose of reviewing it No other compensation was provided I was not required to write a positive review


  6. Andrea Andrea says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I enjoyed reading Franklin because I loved him so much as a kid It was fun reuniting with all of the characters and seeing his friends, parents and teachers again I looked forward to the costume contest and the haunted house they were going to have Franklin was cute trying on costumes the detective outfit was cute, and he looked good as a king with a crown, cape and beard Franklin s costume was a great idea it fit him perfectly and the name Franklinstein was clever Town Hall was so pretty I enjoyed reading Franklin because I loved him so much as a kid It was fun reuniting with all of the characters and seeing his friends, parents and teachers again I looked forward to the costume contest and the haunted house they were going to have Franklin was cute trying on costumes the detective outfit was cute, and he looked good as a king with a crown, cape and beard Franklin s costume was a great idea it fit him perfectly and the name Franklinstein was clever Town Hall was so pretty with pumpkins on the steps and lanterns strung up It was cute that Franklin knew Bear was the ghost because he always dressed as one The pumpkin toss game was cute little paper ghosts and cats were thrown into a jack o lantern Franklin goes around trying to guess his friends, which are easy for the reader to find He can t tell where Fox is, even though Fox is standing right beside him dressed as a mummy Franklin should have won the contest for best monster, not best green monster, because he was the only green monster there and that was too specific They go to the haunted house and they re afraid because they ve heard ghosts are there Beaver pushes Franklin inside, where he steps on something crunchy and a hairy hand grabs him It was his teacher Mole, who gives him candy for braving to go inside He tells him a ghost was so scared he flew away, and Franklin knew it wasn t Bear, who was at home and sick When did that happen Last we knew he was at the party making ghosts noise and Franklin told him he sounded scary, and Bear was behind them all going out the door He tells his friends and they re all scared, then the ghost flies overhead and they re ready to run, until Franklin finds a feather and realizes it s their teacher Mr Owl And all of a sudden Fox is speaking, asking Franklin if it was that scary because he looks like he s seen a ghost That was really anticlimactic, because Franklin had been trying to find him and he never did, so Franklin never said anything about Fox s costume It s like the author forgot Franklin had been trying to find Fox s identity The owl feather was very pretty It had alternating bands of light brown, white and dark brown They laugh about it, talk about how Bear didn t get any candy, and Franklin suggests they share theirs They all put some of their candy in a bag for Bear, which was really nice, put it on his step and say Trick and treat It was nice they shared with a friend, and cute that Franklin s mom said he had enough candy to last until next Halloween, and Franklin hopes it lasts until the end of the week Cute story from a beloved character


  7. Brenda Brenda says:

    Cute Halloween story Love the illustrations.


  8. Bea Bea says:

    Franklin s Halloween talks about a Halloween party that Franklin attends with his friends We see him considering what costume he should wear, he wants to win a prize in the costume contest and he doesn t want to duplicate what his friends are wearing Once at the party, he tries to guess which of the costumed party goers are his friends There s a brief little mystery about Bear and a ghost costume, older children and adults will figure it out quickly.The story is simple and cute, not very co Franklin s Halloween talks about a Halloween party that Franklin attends with his friends We see him considering what costume he should wear, he wants to win a prize in the costume contest and he doesn t want to duplicate what his friends are wearing Once at the party, he tries to guess which of the costumed party goers are his friends There s a brief little mystery about Bear and a ghost costume, older children and adults will figure it out quickly.The story is simple and cute, not very complex, but most young kids will be able to relate to it The art is clean lined, simple, bright, with just enough detail for younger readers Older toddlers and preschoolers will likely enjoy this story.I received an eARC from NetGalley


  9. Brigid Keely Brigid Keely says:

    Franklin s Halloween, by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark, is a heavily illustrated story about Franklin and his friends and their Halloween party The illustrations have personality and great use of color and the text is very readable The story follows Franklin as he discusses Halloween plans with his friends in school, decides on a costume at home, goes to a Halloween party, braves a haunted house, and experiences an actual GHOST or does he There s a bit of mystery and suspense that i Franklin s Halloween, by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark, is a heavily illustrated story about Franklin and his friends and their Halloween party The illustrations have personality and great use of color and the text is very readable The story follows Franklin as he discusses Halloween plans with his friends in school, decides on a costume at home, goes to a Halloween party, braves a haunted house, and experiences an actual GHOST or does he There s a bit of mystery and suspense that is quickly resolved, and the story closes with an act of kindness This is a good choice for something seasonal Fall Halloween or, I suppose, for fans of the Franklin books Overall, though, it didn t make much of an impression on anyone in our household, whether adults or child 4 1 2 year old


  10. A. A. says:

    Franklin is a sweet little turtle, and his adventures are fun and innocent Even on spooky Halloween night, things never get too scary.


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