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Happy Halloween!

Written and illustrated by Sesame Workshop
Goodreads Rating - 4.0 / 5.0
$10.99
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3-7
Target Age
Picture
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What's Happy Halloween! About

Publisher Summary

Dozing in front of his fireplace on Halloween night, the Count hears someone knocking at his castle door but sees nobody when he answers, a mystery that leads to spooky fun with Elmo and other Sesame Street friends.

What Kind of Book is Happy Halloween!

Categories:
mystery
Themes:
Halloween
holidays

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Who Wrote Happy Halloween!

author & illustrator
Sesame Workshop

Formerly known as the Children’s Television Workshop, SESAME WORKSHOP is the nonprofit organization behind the production of Sesame Street.

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