The monsters crowd the Haunted Hall. Los monstruos throw a monstrous ball. This lively poem introduces a spooky array of creatures and Spanish words to little niños everywhere.
©2006 Marisa Montes (P)2009 Weston Woods
Again and again and not just on Halloween. The combination of velvety voice, sound effects and music is marvelous.
The fantasy story itself with all it's lushly embroidered detail was my favorite character.
She brings you right into the middle of the monstrous spooky night! Whispering and howling and all the wonderful emoting. I love it!
I like the comic relief after the suspenseful, creepy build-up.
The story is wonderfully written and very clever. It was nice to have a few words from the author herself after the story. The illustration from the hard copy capture the mood of the story, and this audio book narrator further fleshes it out for the reader. Truly remarkable and beautifully rendered in audio book. I'll recommend it to friends and family for Halloween parties and sleepovers. The kids and grown ups alike love this one.
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