The Jack-O'-Lantern That Ate My Brother

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  • Paperback
  • 107 pages
  • The Jack-O'-Lantern That Ate My Brother
  • Dean Marney
  • English
  • 07 April 2018
  • 9780439147064

About the Author: Dean Marney

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Jack-O'-Lantern That Ate My Brother book, this is one of the most wanted Dean Marney author readers around the world.

The Jack-O'-Lantern That Ate My BrotherA Pumpkin A Day Keeps Little Brothers Away Lizzie S Brother, Booker, Is A Big Pain Booger, As Lizzie Calls Him, Always Gets Her Into Trouble Especially When She S Not Doing Anything Wrong But That Doesn T Mean She Wants Him Swallowed Up By A Giant Pumpkin Does It When Lizzie S Shadow Starts Moving By Itself, She Knows Something S Up And It Only Gets Weirder When She Notices The Crazy Lady Hanging Around Now Booger S Stuck Inside A Pumpkin Mom And Dad Will Probably Not Be PleasedCan Lizzie Figure It All Out In Time Or Will Booger Be Pumpkin Pie For Thanksgiving

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10 thoughts on “The Jack-O'-Lantern That Ate My Brother

  1. Rea K says:

    Ohmygoodness I was just thinking about Lizzie Borden and suddenly remembered this book Yeah, unfortunately I don t remember much about this book besides Lizzie Borden and the Lizzie Borden rhyme, which when I was little I sang to the tune of London Bridge is Falling Down I even contemplated doing a report on Lizzie Borden once, but couldn t find much information in our encyclopedias about her so I did a report on something else And I don t remember that something else Since I read this, I learned a tad about Lizzie Borden and even contemplated going to the Lizzie Borden house Field trip anyone The rhyme Something liiike Lizzie Borden took an ax and gave her father forty whacks When she saw what she had done, she gave her mother forty one I swear it s a real thing, guys I READ IT IN MORE THAN ONE PLACE So, in the end, what the hell was this boo about No effing clue Except there was a pumpkin that ate someone and it all worked out in the end and we learned about Lizzie Borden and now I am tempted to google her and how many times will I mention Lizzie Borden in this review

  2. Hayley says:

    I had read this originally when I was in elementary school and the part where a hand touches hers when she turns on the light switch has stuck with me to this day, and it s what pops into my head every time I turn on a light switch in a dark room So that s pretty powerful if something like that is remembered for 20 or so years and really freaking scary, good job on that However, the rest of the book was unmemorable, I had forgotten almost everything else So overall, I d say this is a cute Halloween book for kids, not great, but not bad either.

  3. Qt says:

    I wavered between 3 and 4 stars, but I went with 4 because I loved the Halloween feel of the book I could relate to much of it, and I really liked the humor and of course, I loved all the Halloween parts

  4. Shawn Deal says:

    This was okay and my fourth grade class would say the same thing The main character whines throughout the whole story Not one page goes by where she is not whining or complaining about something She is a character with really only one trait It brought down the rest of the story.

  5. Emily says:

    I didn t enjoy this as much as The Christmas Tree that Ate My Mother when I was younger and that held true reading it to Samantha.

  6. Lisa says:

    This is a book I read with my students They loved trying to figure out who the real witch was.