A spooky Halloween read-aloud guaranteed to tickle the smallest funny bones!
After nine lives, Skeleton Cat is back for his tenth. And he has big dreams: to be a drummer. So he rattles and shakes his way through town to find the perfect band. And this phantom cat cause quite a hilarious scene.
Kristyn Crow’s punchy beat, rollicking action, and clever rhyme paired with Dan Krall’s ghoulishly charming art makes Skeleton Cat a perfect, catchy read-aloud for all ages.
About the illustrator, Dan Krall
Dan Krall came to children’s books by way of the animated television and film industry. He’s art directed and done visual development for such classics as Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated, Dexter’s Laboratory, PowerPuff Girls, Samurai Jack, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, Chowder, Coraline, and How to Train Your Dragon. His most recent picture book, The Great Lollipop Caper (Simon and Schuster, 2013) received a starred review in Publishers Weekly while School Library Journal called it “an undeniably sweet treat for the picture-book shelves.” Krall illustrated Oh, Nuts!, Being A Pig Is Nice, and Skeleton Cat, which Kirkus said was “sure to inspire an entertaining and highly interactive story time.”
Krall lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.