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The Adventures of Pugalugs: Trick or Treat-bookcover

By: Jessica Parish

The Adventures of Pugalugs: Trick or Treat

Pages: 34 Ratings: 5.0
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Halloween is here! What will Pugalugs wear? Will his costume give Dug and Bella a scare? He needs to decide before the night is done. Join him in this tale of "dressing up" fun.

Born in 1987, Jesica Parish is one of the UK's up-and-coming children's book authors. Her talents are greater than just writing, as she works closely with the illustrator of the books to ensure full control of the finished product.

Jessica has over 30 Pugalugs titles planned, some of which will be produced as rhyming books. Her ambition is to see the books adapted for television, with a children's cartoon series that will see Pugalugs on many different, exciting adventures.

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  • Melissa Espenschied - Night Reader Reviews

    The Adventures of Pugalugs: Trick or Treat by Jessica Parish is the Halloween edition of Pugalugs. It is a cute story that should not scare children at all.

    In this Halloween adventure Pugalugs is getting ready to go trick or treating with his siblings Dug and Bella. He starts digging through a chest full of costumes trying to find the perfect one. Unfortunately, he finds this task o be a bit on the difficult side. Pugalugs and his siblings seem to be able to find something wrong with every costume he tries out. He tries everything from a scary ghost to a silly pumpkin. Finally, at the very end, Pugalugs finds the perfect costume at the bottom of the chest. After getting dressed up Pugalugs surprise everyone with his wonderful disguise.

    What I liked best was each of the costumes that Pugalugs tries on is cute in its own way. Pugalugs entertains children with his silly antics by tripping over the tail of one costume and getting all tangled up in another one. At the end, he decides the best thing to be is himself.

    Animal lovers of all ages will enjoy this fun Halloween book. Toddlers and young children will enjoy having this book read to them over and over again while slightly older children will enjoy reading it themselves. I rate this book 4 out of 4. The small paragraphs accompanied by full-page pictures keep the book from being intimidating to young readers. The rhymes in this book keep it moving at a steady speed and it has a wonderful lesson for children; be your self.

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