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Creepy Carrots Paperback – January 1, 2014
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Heres an adorable, short picture book for the kiddies of all ages. It's one of those books that is easy to enjoy and love because it's about a boy who loves to eat carrots. With illustrations that focus on haunting shades of black and white and orange, it brings out the humorous, yet horrendous happenings of when someone does something so much, it affects everyone around them. Jasper had issues!
It's a fast read, without a total of about 40 pages- mostly drawings with a few words on each page, but it is so freaking cute- it's perfect for a fun Halloween read.
And It's FREE!
Check out Creepy Carrots! while I move on to the next read!
*Review and many others available at www dot areneehunt dot com
Illustrated by Peter Brown
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Aug. 2012
Children's Books, Children's eBooks, Animals, Rabbits
He adores everything about both of the Jasper Rabbit tales. I have two other avid reader children and I've still never seen a kid so excited by a book as my son is for "Creepy Carrots".
It has sparked his interest in reading. I also bought "Creepy pair of Underwear" for him, as that is his second favorite book.