Revisit — if you dare! — one of the best-loved pop-up books of all time, now more gleefully ghoulish then ever with the addition of several spooky surprises.
Come in, Doctor. Yes, it is a quaint old place-chilly, though. . . .
The owner of the Haunted House is unwell, and it’s not surprising. There’s a ghoul in the cupboard, an octopus in the sink, a crocodile in the bath, and in every room, a sinister black cat watching it all with roving eyes. Every page of this thrilling pop-up book is packed with spine-tingling surprises, culminating in a spectacular final spread complete with a creepy creaking saw.
Since 1979, hundreds of thousands of readers have taken this scared-silly tour of one of the best-selling pop-up books of all time. This is one Haunted House that remains as innovative and exciting today as it was twenty-six years ago-but now offers even more tantalizing twists:
— Stunning new holographic foil cover! — Scary new surprises, announced on front cover with a removable sticker! Brand-new elements have been added to four spreads, including a ghost in the closet, a cockroach in the oven, and vampire teeth in the nightstand! — Great new price! This perfect Halloween and year-round treat is available for only $14.99.
Jan Pienkowski has illustrated many books for children, including the hugely popular Meg and Mog books by Helen Nicoll. He has twice won the Kate Greenaway Medal, for his illustrations in Joan Aiken’s THE KINGDOM UNDER THE SEA in 1972 and for HAUNTED HOUSE in 1979. Co-founder of the greeting card company Gallery Five (of which he remains a director), Jan Pienkowski has worked as an art director in advertising, publishing, and for the BBC children’s television series WATCH. He lives in London.