All New Crafts for Halloween

From the Series All New Holiday Crafts for Kids

  • Interest Level: Kindergarten - Grade 3
  • Reading Level: Grade 3

Kathy Ross has created an amazing new collection of crafts ranging from Skeleton Scatter Pins to an Owl Goodie Bag that glows in the dark. For those who like to wear their crafts, the Ghost Zipper Pull or the Batty Ear Dangles will draw lots of attention. For the more sedate, the Frankenstein Treasure Keeper is guaranteed to scare off all intruders. Whether kids want to make Masks For Dolls or frighten their friends with Something Wierd In A Jar, this is the book for them!

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Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 3
Genre Social Studies
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Imprint Millbrook Press ™
Language English
Publication Date 2012-08-01
Text Type Procedural
BISACS JNF015000, JNF026030
Dewey 745.594'1646
Graphics Full-color illustrations
Features Activities and Reviewed

Author: Kathy Ross

Kathy Ross grew up in upstate New York in the 1950s. She credits her unusual and very creative elementary school education at Oswego State Teachers College coupled with a childhood that afforded her time to "be" for her endless ability to create. Kathy has written many children’s songs, is a writer for the Highsmith Summer Reading Manual, has made dozens of television appearances, and has given workshops for both children and adults around the country. Kathy has published more then 60 books to date. She was honored to be the featured author of the month on the website of the Children’s Book Council.

Illustrator: Sharon Lane Holm


The Horn Book Guide

“Ross explains how to make ghost pins made from puzzle pieces and masks for dolls. Like those in most of Ross’s craft instruction books, these projects require a good deal of adult help if young children are to be successful. Some of the projects are clever. . . [and] the instructions are clear and the illustrations serviceable.”
The Horn Book Guide