Creepy Tails! A Halloween Adventure & Activity Book

Entertainment & Style, Children's Books

By Chrysa Smith

Publisher : The Well Bred Book

ABOUT Chrysa Smith

Chrysa Smith
I’ve been a magazine editor, communications manager and feature magazine writer for over 20 years--learning and writing about  everything from celebrity chefs and pharmaceutical products to resorts, homing pigeons and pot-bellied pigs. About three years ago, my love of words merged w More...


Halloween is here, and Mrs. Flout's poodle posse is ready for the action--well, at least Woody and Archie are. Their sister, Princess Daisy, isn't so sure about dressing up and being creepy, scary or really, anything but who she is. Why should she? A Princess is about the best thing a girl poodle could be. Will a night out trick or treating with her brothers change her mind? Find out in the funny adventures; the third book in The Adventures of the Poodle Posse series. Positive lessons about attitude, b/w illustrations and a fun Halloween activity section, plus an organizer for writing their own adventures will keep young readers engaged for hours.

I was a magazine writer till watching my very funny posse of poodles. For the past three years, I've been telling dog tales that tickle my funny bone. This book, with two tales (The Princess & the Frenchmen/No Dogs Allowed!) takes place in the garden and at the shore, where ordinary life events turn life with furry friends, upside down and lots of fun.

'My class loved listening to the stories read to them by me and the school librarian. It fit so well when teaching little ones to write their own stories.Writers think about their own lives; something simple like having pets can generate ideas to write about. Can't wait to read these new adventures to my students.'  Mary Smith, First Grade Teacher, Colonial School District, PA

'Chrysa Smith has a way with words and poodles---she has created three lovable dog personalities with top dog Woody, poodle princess Daisy and adventurous adventures that young readers in grades two and three can enjoy'  Leslie Clark, Children's Librarian, Ocean City, NJ