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Arthur's Halloween ❰Read❯ ➫ Arthur's Halloween Author Marc Brown – Buyprobolan50.co.uk BESTSELLING CLASSIC SERIES More than million Arthur Adventure books sold Get spooked with Arthur this Halloween With all of his classmates in costumes, Arthur can t tell who s who at the school Hallo BESTSELLING CLASSIC SERIES More thanmillion Arthur Adventure books sold Get spooked with Arthur this Halloween With all of his classmates in costumes, Arthur can t tell who s who at the school Halloween party, and he nearly faints when Buster passes around bowls of eyeballs and brains But when Arthur s little sister wanders off into the scariest house on the street while trick or treating, he s got to find the courage to go in and save her Will Arthur and DW make it out alive.


About the Author: Marc Brown

Marc Tolon Brown is perhaps best known for his series of children s books about Arthur the aardvark, which was turned into an animated television show on PBS Brown is a three time Emmy Award winner, for his role on the television show inspired by his books He lives on Martha s Vineyard and in New York City with his wife, Laurie Krasny Brown He has three children, sons Tolon and Tucker, and daughter Eliza The names of his two sons have been hidden in all of the Arthur books except for one Arthur s Tooth.



10 thoughts on “Arthur's Halloween

  1. C. C. says:

    I sampledArthur s Christmas , 1984 but disliked it Arthur s greedy sister was redeemed too late to alter that book s shallow feeling I love Hallowe en literature and am pleased to enjoy Arthur s Hallowe en , 1982, to a muchappreciable degree The concept of not knowing a neighbour, calling an unkempt house haunted, or dubbing someone a witch, is repeated a lot in coming of age lore It is a valuable discussion and there are numerous ways to play it and resolve it I loved meeting this I sampledArthur s Christmas , 1984 but disliked it Arthur s greedy sister was redeemed too late to alter that book s shallow feeling I love Hallowe en literature and am pleased to enjoy Arthur s Hallowe en , 1982, to a muchappreciable degree The concept of not knowing a neighbour, calling an unkempt house haunted, or dubbing someone a witch, is repeated a lot in coming of age lore It is a valuable discussion and there are numerous ways to play it and resolve it I loved meeting this lady and twelve dear kitties, who are revealed here.The whole house s interior was enticingly atmospheric, with thrilling details I, for one, am sure to favour any depictions of a loving, large family of cats Readers of holiday themes and spooky vignettes know the drill A neighbourhood has a house no one you know has visited, an unsettling rumour about the last person who did, or a grim story about a poorly known resident family A stray person either dares to approach the legendary place or feels it is necessary Usually, old rumours are revealed as baseless and the moral is fairness, kindness, and adequate acquaintance Arthur s neighbour needed help with raking and general exterior upkeep but the story that unfolds in this adventure paves an original atmosphere that is all its own, shifting quickly to happy, triumphant feelings.This story establishes how jittery Arthur is around creepy decorations his Dad puts up, accessories his Mom sews and being saddled with the devil costumed D.W We thus know the feat it is, for Arthur to cross Mrs Tibble s threshold in pursuit of D.W Marc draws adorable kitties escorting Arthur s brave entrance Some sneak behind his progress down Mrs Tibble s intriguing hall They all join a cozy kitchen tableau This whole book is richly drawn, evocative with compelling, mysterious ambiance details


  2. Calista Calista says:

    Another book about facing your fears It s also about rumors and group think Of course the children talk about the old Lady in the run down house being a witch and a rumor is spread that one kid went in and never came out It s interesting to think of how we can get sucked into these rumors that can create fear I don t know that that ever goes away without learning to work facts I kept wondering what animal Arthur is and so I looked him up and Arthur and his family are Aardvarks I couldn t t Another book about facing your fears It s also about rumors and group think Of course the children talk about the old Lady in the run down house being a witch and a rumor is spread that one kid went in and never came out It s interesting to think of how we can get sucked into these rumors that can create fear I don t know that that ever goes away without learning to work facts I kept wondering what animal Arthur is and so I looked him up and Arthur and his family are Aardvarks I couldn t tell with his nose not being pointy But cool.It s a lovely Halloween theme with warm cozy art This book covers the fact that Halloween can be a little scary The kids liked this book My nephew is scared of nothing so he liked that in the end Arthur was brave We live next to a cemetery and I take the kids often and they wondered why the children thought that was scary Ours is not scary at all We also don t go at night either In my birthday card my nephew asked to go back to the cemetery soon Anyway, they gave this book 4 stars too


  3. Laura Carby Laura Carby says:

    Just a funny story about Halloween night Students do a writing activity about what they do on Halloween night after we read this book


  4. Andrea Andrea says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here As soon as I opened the book I noticed an issue with the color It looked like they had all been bleached out They were almost white and I couldn t understand why the illustration was like that, especially since the cover was so full of color and was so graphic.I didn t remember Arthur being such a scaredy cat The house looked so spooky that he couldn t sleep, and there were only paper skeletons and bats up, and a jack o lantern, which weren t scary at all I was surprised his little sister dr As soon as I opened the book I noticed an issue with the color It looked like they had all been bleached out They were almost white and I couldn t understand why the illustration was like that, especially since the cover was so full of color and was so graphic.I didn t remember Arthur being such a scaredy cat The house looked so spooky that he couldn t sleep, and there were only paper skeletons and bats up, and a jack o lantern, which weren t scary at all I was surprised his little sister dressed like the devil A very inappropriate costume for anyone, especially a little girl I m surprised that was put in here, and the author or illustrator didn t give her a better costume It was cute though when she said Boy are you jumpy to him, because he screamed for help when she came into his room Halloween morning I didn t understand the Laurie Logs, and why they weren t Lincoln logs Is Laurie a president of theirs or something I thought it was weird that they had asparagus and beets pictures in the kitchen, and then there was a jar of ant jelly, which didn t go together If they had odd things to eat like ant jelly their whole diet should have been foods like that I didn t remember the kid called the Brain, and he dressed like a baked potato which was odd Francine, the monkey, gave out bat wing brownies and vampire blood, and the look on Arthur s face was funny His eyes are crossed and his tongue is out and his arm is across his stomach Kind of funny how scared he was The kids used peeled grapes as eyeballs, Jell O as hearts and spaghetti as brains, and Arthur refused to touch them It was true to form that the kids avoided the houses that gave out apples They set up a scary Halloween by having Buster, the rabbit, say that there was a witch s house and his brother saw someone go in last year that never came out It was cute that Arthur said his sister was such a pain in the neck after her tail got caught and her treat bag broke The next thing he knows his sister is going inside the haunted house and he has to go after her It was cute that all of the other kids were imagining the fate that could befall them Sue Ellen, a cat I think, says the witch might put them in the oven like Hansel and Gretel, the Brain said she might use them for weird scientific experiments and it shows them strapped down to tables, and Buster says he bet she ll lock them in a cellar to starve and shows them with balls and chains on Arthur thinks there are ghosts all in the house, except we can see it s just furniture draped in sheets Arthur follows the voices to find his sister in the kitchen with a woman He says they need to leave, that their mom s calling them, and D.W says she didn t hear anything The witch turns out to be a kind old woman with a lot of cats She offers cider and doughnuts It s a classic story where the misunderstood, scary character turns out to be a nice, lonely person I really like that She said she waited all night but they re the only trick or treaters that have come, and that years ago the doorbell never stopped ringing D.W suggests it might be broken, and Arthur offers to clean the yard so the place won t look so scary They promise to come Saturday to rake, and their friends marvel that they re alive and okay I expected them to tell their friends to come and trick or treat at the house, so I was disappointed that they didn t The friends all think she put eyeballs, hearts and brains in their bags, and now Arthur is the one telling them to close their eyes and reach in unless they re too scared It was a turnaround and a change from how he had been D.W wants to go home through the cemetery and he leads the charge, saying The cemetery is a great place People are just dying to get in One of the gravestones was kind of cute, Here lies the body of Sally Bent She kicked up her heels and away she went The rest I didn t really get or couldn t read


  5. Heather Heather says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow this looks so colorless Arthur family are almost white There s a can of Laurie Logs in Arthur s room Shouldn t it be Lincoln Logs I don t think anyone would have a beets and asparagus picture on the wall Or the milk jar which has a cow on it, along with the words COW.I see they put Ant Jelly on the counter Are they ant eaters I wondered a while back when I came across this book what Arthur was supposed to be.I keep getting let down in Halloween books with the costumes Who dresses as a Wow this looks so colorless Arthur family are almost white There s a can of Laurie Logs in Arthur s room Shouldn t it be Lincoln Logs I don t think anyone would have a beets and asparagus picture on the wall Or the milk jar which has a cow on it, along with the words COW.I see they put Ant Jelly on the counter Are they ant eaters I wondered a while back when I came across this book what Arthur was supposed to be.I keep getting let down in Halloween books with the costumes Who dresses as a baked potato money I wanna see traditional, good costumes I remember Francine, and his rabbit friend How clever to use peeled grapes for eyeballs, jello for hearts and of course, spaghetti for brains.That s funny how Buster knew which houses to avoid, like the one that gave out apples So like real children I love the traditional looking haunted house, with the spooky tree and the moon behind it How funny You re such a pain in the neck, said Arthur D.W must be shot for Dim Wit I can t believe his sister went into the witch s house That was a nice addition to draw out the kids predictions of what the witch was doing to Arthur and D.W., like cooking them in the oven, doing scientific experiments, or locking them up in the cellar And having each kid below the image, so you know who thought of it It s nice seeing illustrators put thought into it like that.Omg that cat looks crazy The face looks human, just covered in hair Haha Whoa That painting from the hallway looked like a real person It s looking down at Arthur When I flipped the page and saw the woman, I saw she didn t look like a witch But it said Oh, there you are, said the witch If she wasn t a witch, it shouldn t say that.Boy that scene is just the makings of a scary situation Arthur says they have to go,that he hears his mom calling, and his sister said she didn t hear anything then she s like Mrs Tibble has some cider and his favorite chocolate donuts I was thinking Arthur wouldn t trust it, and would think it s a trap That could be a movie I ve waited all night for trick or treaters, but you re the only ones Aw, that s sad I didn t know which way this book was going, but I should have known Kids authors never have real ghosts, witches, etc There s cat designs on the chair, which isn t realistic I wasn t sure Arthur trusted the situation, so I was surprised when he said Maybe if we help you fix up your yard, the place won t look so spooky But it was nice of him.That s so cute all his friends are in the bushes as they come out.Arthur tells them to reach into his bag to find out what s in there unless they re scared, but it doesn t have the kids respond The next line is about a cemetery The cemetery is a great place People are just dying to get in can t believe that s how it ended I love clever gravestones Here lies the body of Sally Bent She kicked up her heels and away she went Arthur ending up finding his courage, suggesting they go home through the cemetery But I cant believe the book ended then Wish it had been longer ended on a different note Maybe a wrap up at home, and acknowledging Arthur not being afraid any And maybe end with happy Halloween Is that kid s name really Brain Did the kids know she wasn t a witch I thought they would tell them she was just a sweet old lady, and then all the kids would volunteer to help her out and fix her house I like how the book is decorated with candy corn Has traditional illustrations that make you feel like you re watching the tv show Could have been longer, andwrapped up at the end But overall, it was a cute story


  6. Alexis Kydon Alexis Kydon says:

    Arthur s Halloween is a good book especially for kids that enjoy the Arthur series It s Halloween and everyone is getting in the spirit Arthur s family makes the house look spooky but putting up decorations The house so so spooky that Arthur was scared by it He has to take his little sister D.W trick or treating with him When Arthur gets to school, he doesn t even recognize anyone except for The Brain In school, everyone is in the Halloween spirit, however Arthur seems very scared and tak Arthur s Halloween is a good book especially for kids that enjoy the Arthur series It s Halloween and everyone is getting in the spirit Arthur s family makes the house look spooky but putting up decorations The house so so spooky that Arthur was scared by it He has to take his little sister D.W trick or treating with him When Arthur gets to school, he doesn t even recognize anyone except for The Brain In school, everyone is in the Halloween spirit, however Arthur seems very scared and taken back by it all They go trick or treating that night and there s a rumor about the witch s house Arthur and his sister lost the group they were going to get candy with, but then D.W goes into the witch s house Arthur of course has to go get her, so she goes into the house His friends are taken back by it and they re all in for a surprise There is a lot of dialogue in the Arthur books The illustrations in the Arthur books are nice to look at It s cute for kids because the story is about talking animals It seems silly, but Arthur and his friends are put into realistic situations It s a great story to read around Halloween The costumes that Arthur s class and friends wear, the spooky setting really sets an exciting tone around Halloween time I enjoy how the pictures take up the whole spread or whole page The text isn t in a fun font or anything, but it s just kind of there in an empty place like the sky or a wall The emotions are portrayed through the illustrations which is nice The characters talk, but when reading this to a class, it d be nice to ask a class how does ___ feel after this when reading to a class


  7. Max Max says:

    As we get into the 1980s, Marc Brown is definitely finding his voice with his Arthur creation and the universe he inhabits I read this book many years ago from the school library in Public School 71 on Forest Avenue in Ridgewood, New York It was very amusing then and it still holds up now.Arthur is creeped out by Halloween and is not fond of having to take his sister trick or treating Things go from bad to worse when D.W Arthur s little sister heads into a house that is said to be inhabite As we get into the 1980s, Marc Brown is definitely finding his voice with his Arthur creation and the universe he inhabits I read this book many years ago from the school library in Public School 71 on Forest Avenue in Ridgewood, New York It was very amusing then and it still holds up now.Arthur is creeped out by Halloween and is not fond of having to take his sister trick or treating Things go from bad to worse when D.W Arthur s little sister heads into a house that is said to be inhabited by a witch I won t spoil it for you but as always, there s a lesson to be learned here.While Arthur has arefined look from his first appearance in Arthur s Nose about six years earlier, he still bears aelongated face quite a contrast from thecuter appearance of his in the renowned PBS series But the artwork in here is still impressive and as the 1980s goes on, Marc Brown just keeps getting better and better


  8. Olivia Olivia says:

    For some children, the scariest part of this book will be the old character designs of Arthur and his pals This is of course part of the Arthur series, and while it could probably be read alone, most people are probably aware of tv show Marc Brown always does a great job making the kids adventures relatable and I remember that when I was a kid, I loved the details in the pictures and would make my mother read any labels or writing in them.


  9. The Story Girl The Story Girl says:

    This was a cute little Halloween story in which Arthur starts out a little afraid of the little tricks and treats people bring to school for Halloween But later at night when trick or treating and all of his friends are afraid to enter what they think is a spooky house, he walks in to get DW, and finds that it s very different from what they were expecting.


  10. Ashley Allen Ashley Allen says:

    I would use this book again leading up to halloween We would talk about different costumes.I would use this book to talk about working with our siblings and we would also talk about bravery and putting our fears behind us to help our friends when they are in need.


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