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by Eve Tharlet,Brigitte Wenginger,Brigitte Weninger

eBook Davy, Help! It's a Ghost! download ISBN: 0735816875
Author: Eve Tharlet,Brigitte Wenginger,Brigitte Weninger
Publisher: North-South Books (August 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1414 kb
Fb2: 1186 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

It's a Ghost! by Brigitte Weninger. When Davy and his brothers and sisters are left alone one night, they come up with a way to scare off any goblins who might come along-creating their own monster to guard the door.

It's a Ghost! by Brigitte Weninger. The monster does prove to be frightening, but only to Mother and Father Rabbit The ninth book in the popular Davy series offers a humorous but reassuring solution to bedtime fears.

By (author) Brigitte Weninger, Illustrated by Eve Tharlet. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Davy, Help! It's a Ghost! book. Eve Tharlet was born in France and spent most of her childhood in Germany. Among her books are Hugs and Kisses, How Will We Get to the Beach?, and The Emperor's New Clothes.

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Tharlet’s charming artwork employs a soft palette that lends to the somnolent feel of the stories, depicting the most cogent details of each. The affection between the two friends is easily apparent, while the adorable little angel’s almost hopeless clumsiness will have readers rooting for his final success.

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By Brigitte Weninger. Illustrated by Eve Tharlet. Soon Davy has fed all of the hungry animals and now his family will have to go hungry this Christmas. But on Christmas Eve, they hear a knock on the door. Could it be Santa Claus? Perhaps Davy and his family will have a merry Christmas after all! About The Author.

ISBN 10: 1558589805 ISBN 13: 9781558589803. Publisher: North-South Books, 1998.

When Davy and his brothers and sisters are left alone one night, they come up with a way to scare off any goblins who might come along-creating their own monster to guard the door. The monster does prove to be frightening, but only to Mother and Father Rabbit! The ninth book in the popular Davy series offers a humorous but reassuring solution to bedtime fears.
Comments: (3)
Wenes
This is an excellent printed book! This beautiful book is almost new, very good price, amazing story, we all enjoy to read.
Jeyn
I loved this book! It is the right length for a bed time story, not too short to be disappointing for my daughter nor too long that she actually falls asleep before the end. The story teaches two important things. One is that the things we fear, and due to said fear blow out of proportion, are really harmless and cannot hurt us, or under a different light, we would not fear at all. The second, and more subtle lesson, is that in a time of need, a family can pool together, comfort each other, and come up with solutions to the problem. That as long as we have family we are not alone. The author does relay these lessons in a fun and nonthreatening way. Even though this is a ghost story, there is nothing very scary about the book. The illustrations are well drawn and vivid as the artist uses great colors. My 5 year old was captivated by the drawings. However, there are 2 reasons why I gave this book a 4 instead of a 5. One, and this is just me probably being "too protective", but the parents go off and leave all the little children with the oldest son, who really isn't old enough to handle the little children's fear of the "ghost". And second, this is not one of the books my daughter keeps coming back to whenever she picks out her bedtime story.
Minha
It was a wonderful childrens book my kids loved it