THE LITTLE WITCH'S HALLOWEEN BOOK by Linda Glovach

THE LITTLE WITCH'S HALLOWEEN BOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

It's hard to believe that Glovach's goody-goody sponsor of ""Black Magic"" books on cooking, games and disguises hadn't yet appeared in a Halloween book, but here she is again with directions for seasonal greeting cards, costumes, food and games. As usual it's all prefaced by a parent-pleasing ""code,"" which begins here with a disguised reminder of contemporary hazards (""The Little Witch shows her Halloween treats to her mother before she eats them"") and ends by taking all the witchery out of the occasion with ""The Little Witch wishes everyone a happy Halloween. Even if they don't give her a treat, she doesn't play tricks on them."" Almost tempts you to get out the old candy apple and razor blade recipe.

Pub Date: Oct. 7th, 1975
Page count: 48pp
Publisher: Prentice-Hall