Giveaway: Peep and Egg: I’m Not Trick-or-Treating (US Only)
Peep and Egg: I’m Not Trick-or-Treating (US Only)
Written by Laura Gehl and Illustrated by Joyce Wan
Release Date: August 2016
Publisher: Macmillan/Farrar, Straus and Giroux
About the Book
Peep can’t wait for Halloween to start, but the younger Egg has a long list of reasons to wish it would not. In a scene familiar to many, the prospect of trick-or-treating conjures costumes and candy for some kids, while others are haunted by thoughts of vampires, mummies, witches and ghosts - real or imagined.
Peep and Egg, two delightful sibling characters star in Peep and Egg: I’m Not Trick-or-Treating, a hilarious, endearing new read-aloud for young children that may help take the fright right out of Halloween.
About the Author
Laura Gehl is the author of several picture books, including One Big Pair of Underwear, illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld. Laura has four children, who all love trick or treating. She and her family live in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Visit her online at www.lauragehl.com
About the Illustrator
Joyce Wan is the author and illustrator of many popular board books, including You Are My Cupcake and We Belong Together. Joyce lives in New Jersey. Visit her online at www.wanart.com
5 winners will each receive a finished signed copy of PEEP AND EGG: I’M NOT TRICK-OR-TREATING.
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I like the cover of the book. I like Halloween so, I am looking forward to reading this. I think the characters and story sound great!
I adore the cover of this book--it reminds me of Japanese style illustrations. I also love the idea of a book to take away the scariness of the Halloween night.