Witches' Night Before HalloweenBook - 2007
In a not-so-spooky parody of the popular Christmas poem, witches are up to their elbows in cobwebs and slime as they try to make sure their witchlings are well prepared for their first Halloween broomstick ride.
Itï¿½s the night before Halloween, and these witches still have many last-minute things to do! In this spooky parody of Clement C. Mooreï¿½s famous Christmas poem, the witches are up to their elbows in cobwebs and slime, trying to make sure their witchlings are well prepared for their first Halloween broomstick ride. Featuring witches like Mad-Maud and Snaggle-Tooth-Ruth and plenty of ghouls, zombies, monsters, skeletons, and moldy cellars that will satisfy all Halloween lovers, this good-natured book about these wickedly fun witches will have kids more amused than frightened.
In a parody of "The Night Before Christmas," a poem describes all of the things that witches and their raised-from-the-dead helpers do on the night before Halloween.