Queen of Halloween (Ann Estelle Stories)October 27th, 2008 - 4:36 pm ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi
Queen of Halloween written by Mary Engelbreit and also illustrated by Mary Engelbreit. The book released on August 01, 2008 and has an amazon.com sales rank of #304,457 among the books.
Mary Engelbreit is a graphic artist and children’s book illustrator who launched her own magazine, Mary Engelbreit’s Home Companion in 1996. Her career began by by designing and creating greeting cards.
Her edition of The Night Before Christmas positively glows with the sense of wonder, spirited wit, that is her signature around the world. Young readers can also enjoy Queen of Christmas, Queen of the Class, Queen of Hearts, and Queen of Easter, the further picture-book adventures of Mary’s irrepressible alter ego, Ann Estelle.
Mary Engelbreit’s story book is about wearing the perfect fairy queen costume, with her friend Michael by her side, Ann Estelle is dressed up and ready for a Halloween night on the town. A night full of ghosts and mummies and witches and wizards, and lots of candy.
The town was extremely dark and Ann Estelle discovers when she tries trick-or-treating at the spookiest house in town, and also filled with her long and awful pathway. Will Ann Estelle be brave enough to ring the bell?
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