Halloween Nightmares - Color Edition: The Amazing Adventures Of Harry Moon

Halloween Nightmares Color Edition The Amazing Adventures Of Harry Moon While other kids are out trick or treating eighth grade magician Harry Moon is flying on a magic cloak named Impenetrable Harry and Rabbit speed past severed hands boiling cauldrons and graveyard w

  • Title: Halloween Nightmares - Color Edition: The Amazing Adventures Of Harry Moon
  • Author: Mark Andrew Poe
  • ISBN: 9781943785636
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Hardcover
  • While other kids are out trick or treating, eighth grade magician Harry Moon is flying on a magic cloak named Impenetrable Harry and Rabbit speed past severed hands, boiling cauldrons, and graveyard witching rituals on their way to unravel a decade old curse at the annual Sleepy Hollow Halloween Bonfire With do no evil his motto, Harry goes to battle with the sinisterWhile other kids are out trick or treating, eighth grade magician Harry Moon is flying on a magic cloak named Impenetrable Harry and Rabbit speed past severed hands, boiling cauldrons, and graveyard witching rituals on their way to unravel a decade old curse at the annual Sleepy Hollow Halloween Bonfire With do no evil his motto, Harry goes to battle with the sinister Mayor Kligore and Oink, a demon dog Halloween night becomes the fight and nightmare of Harry Moon s young life.

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    • [Shai] The Bibliophage says:

      This 2nd book from the Harry Moon series recalls the predictions to Harry when he was still a baby; and readers will be able to know on what is really happening behind the Sleepy Hollow's success after Mayor Kligore governed the town. It is a fight between with good and evil; in a more subtle way. As the story develops on each book in the series, not only Harry's skill will improve, but his duel with evil will became huge as well. I am not only fond of books that has a theme of magic or witchcra [...]

    • Carina says:

      I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I have been reading a lot of children books and this one sounded interesting. When I started reading, it reminded me of Harry Potter but in a bad way. The plot wasn't anything new and I found the writing more childish than I was expecting. The illustrations were good but had an amateur feel.But I am still interested in reading more of this series.

    • Kajsa says:

      Cute little story about Harry and his adventures. This is a book that I would read for my children if I had any. :)

    • Bekka says:

      Thank you to Edelweiss and Rabbit Books for early access to this title.Well, I don't often do this, but here is a negative review. Its not just that this book was an obvious rip-off of Harry Potter, combined with elements of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Harvey the large invisible rabbit, and an awkward and strange version of Christianity; this book was just badly written. I wasn't bothered by the pastiche of pop culture and religion - good writing and characters could have carried this off. But Har [...]

    • Cat says:

      I received a ARC from the publisher in exchange for a fair review. Maybe I need to read the first book, but I was less than enthusiastic about this one. Is it Christian lit or something eles? The family attends church, but Harry has magic. I wasn't impressed with the story, but I suppose 3-4th graders might enjoy the series. Sorry. Just not me.

    • Lisa Lunney says:

      Full review :lisalunney/2017/08/27/book

    • Vidya Tiru says:

      This book is about magic, and all that is good, with a generous serving of adventure. Harry Moon and his family are very likable and believable too. I need to read the rest of the series now. Harry is special, and his sight enables him to see a danger that will harm his beloved Sleepy Hollow if he does not stop it, and with the help of his loved ones, can he conquer the evil? A favorite quote from the book: ‘What all boys and girls are destined to become if they simply believe…….They becom [...]

    • Liliyana Shadowlyn says:

      I love the idea of a Sleepy Hollow where it's perpetually Halloween. An evil mayor and an intrepid set of kids set on making sure the evil stays at bay while going on amazing adventures. Kids who love the Magic Treehouse series will undoubtedly love this!

    • Andréa says:

      Note: I received a digital review copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.

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