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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
In Halloween Loooong Dog by Jessica Neal, we are introduced to a funny dog whose favorite holiday is Halloween. One important part of Halloween to him is dressing up. So he searches through his owner's stuff to find the perfect scary costume. He finds an old sheet that would make a perfect ghost costume. The only problem was that it did not fit, so the dog barked to get the attention of his owner. His owner came and fixed his ghost costume perfectly so it would fit him. Outside while walking around, the dog saw so many strange things that frightened him. He saw children all around going to doors saying 'trick or treat.' They were dressed up in costumes that he had never seen before. He rang one of the doorbells and got a bone for his bravery. After a long and fun night, the dog finally decided it was time to head back home. Tired out, he fell asleep in his bed thinking about how much fun he had and how he couldn’t wait for the next Halloween.
I thought Halloween Loooong Dog was such an adorable Halloween read. The main character is a dog who just wants to have the right costume to go trick or treating. Children love animals so the fact that the book is about a dog will surely draw attention. We follow the long dog on his adventure going around the neighborhood dressed as a ghost and experience Halloween night through the eyes of a dog. The illustrations are beautifully done and fit with the storyline perfectly. Jessica Neal has created a fun read to share with your kids during the fall season.