The Ghouls Come Haunting One by One by Tom McDermott
  

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The Ghouls Come Haunting One by One by Tom McDermott

In this counting book with a spooky twist, ten ghouls sneak out of the hills and into town for some thrills and fun. Children can follow along as the mischievous creatures haunt one by one until the surprise ending. The story explores such concepts as facing fears and overcoming challenges while the colorful and abstract illustrations inspire creativity. The clever rhymes offer a playful approach to learning language skills.

About the Author

Tom McDermott is a singer, speaker, and storyteller who has performed in festivals across the country and abroad. His work has been published in Storytelling Magazine, and he has received numerous awards, including first place in storytelling at the National Irish Storytelling Contest and the John Henry Faulk Award. McDermott is also the creator of Keep the Beat, a performance-based program that teaches children rhythmic skills using everyday items. A United Methodist minister, he earned a master of divinity, with a concentration in pastoral counseling, from Brite Divinity School. McDermott lives in Fort Worth, Texas. Liz McGrath is a self-taught artist whose work has appeared in newspapers and childrens books and on greeting cards. She has served as an associate art director for numerous lifestyle magazines. She received her associate of arts degree, with a focus in graphic design, from Chamberlayne Junior College, which merged with Mount Ida College in Massachusetts. McGrath lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages
Interest Age: 3 - 7

Author

Tom McDermott
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Publisher

Pelican Publishing Co

Publication date

2nd September 2010

ISBN

9781589807860


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