(illustrated by Lori Richmond)
(Henry Holt and Company)
Head and shoulders, knees and toes, trick-or-treating, here we goes, right along with Skelly Bones Skeleton, as he flies up into the air in his ghost costume. There’s only one problem. He crashes: arms here, legs there, bones all over. What will poor Skelly do? How will he ever go trick-or-treating? A snake, a chicken and ants try to help. But it’s the children who save the day.