This book review delves into the enchanting world of “The Good, the Bad, and the Spooky.” It explores the captivating storyline filled with adventure, mystery, and a touch of spookiness. The review highlights the unique characters and their thrilling escapades as they navigate through unexpected twists and turns. With its blend of humor, suspense, and supernatural elements, “The Good, the Bad, and the Spooky” is a delightful read for both children and adults. This review celebrates the book’s ability to spark imagination and keep readers hooked until the very end.
Patrice Badami 0:00
Hi, this is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to tree children’s book review. And I have a book here called The Good, the Bad and the Spooky. And it’s by George John and Pete Oswald. So this book is it’s another book that even though it does talk about Halloween, I like it because it this bad seat here or he describes himself that way, he’s really not that bad. He’s a little crabby again, because his friends are very creative, and come up with some amazing costumes. And he comes up with this plot to try to debunk Halloween and in a way ruin it for everyone because he’s mad that he can’t find a costume for himself. So the thing about it I like is that it teaches people that it’s okay when you feel frustrated, and you’re not able to do something and you see everyone else doing something else. But it helps him to discover that his friends are really you know, very nice people and he does want to join in and they help him to find his way. So it’s another thing validating the feelings of children and that’s why I liked it. So once again, the good the bad, and the spooky, from Jory, John, and Pete Oswald more than just a Halloween book, another book teaching children how to get along with others social skills, and introspection.