Annotations for House That Drac Built


Baker & Taylor
Complemented by delightfully freaky illustrations, a playful, bone-chilling take on the nursery rhyme about the house that Jack built, and all its spooky inhabitants, makes a perfect Halloween treat.

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Baker & Taylor
In this Halloween version of a familiar cumulative rhyme, the inhabitants of a haunted house get increasingly agitated until a group of children sets things right

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Houghton
One by one young readers meet the creatures that live in Drac's house--a bat, a werewolf, a monster, a mummy, a zombie, and other frightful monsters. They chase, wrestle, and roar until the doorbell rings and in walks a group of fearless trick-or-treaters who know exactly what to do. Clever, repetitive text--a playful adaptation of the popular nursery rhyme about the house that Jack built--and creepy paintings are sure to make this a spooky favorite for years to come. "The skillfully executed artwork adds a zesty dollop of suspense to a familiar storyline."--The Horn Book


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