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Review | The Witch’s Big Night

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The Halloween witch in this story is very perturbed by the visitors who come to her door. No candy for them, instead she offers spiders, smelly dead fish, or a handful of worms.
She’s scary and grumpy. Her frustration stems from the fact that not one of the trick-or-treaters has the gumption to trick her ,except for one kindly skunk. A tub of bobbing apples does the trick. How he does it is for you to find out.

Full of amusing rhyme and whimsical illustrations that will delight even the most outrageous Halloween characters in your household.

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Hott Review:

Errily reminiscent of a certain Christmas poem, The Witch’s Big Night provides readers, and listeners, an adorable tale of a witch’s favorite night. Fast becoming her worst night, until someone stops by to teach her a much needed lesson.



Author: Sally Huss
Source: Kindle Free Read on October 9, 2015
Publisher & Date: September 29th 2014 by Huss Publishing
Genre: Haloween, Children’s Books
Pages: 42
Grade: B
Ages: 2-6

Author Bio:

For years I have wanted to do what I am doing now — writing and illustrating my children’s books. Electronic drawing pads and e-books have made it possible for me to create and publish my own books — and do so in quantity. In the past Harcourt Brace, Ten Speed Press, Thomas Nelson had only published a few.

The books were always squeezed in between art I needed to do to fill 26 Sally Huss Galleries (my degree was from USC in Fine Art); and licensing demands for clothing, greeting cards (American Greetings), purses, bibs, dinnerware, wallpaper; and the daily King Features Syndicated inspirational panel I do for newspapers called Happy Musings.

Through the years my art and writings have found their way into homes from Hollywood to The White House and perhaps even your house or your mother’s.

Along with art, I have had a long history with tennis. In fact I was raised to be a champion (U.S. Junior and Wimbledon Champion, then a semi-finalist in the women’s division at Wimbledonin singles and doubles). Later I became one of the top senior players in the country. This experience lead to my writing and illustrating a couple of books on the game — EIGHT GOLDEN RULES FOR HOW TO PLAY YOUR BEST TENNIS (endorsed by Billie Jean King, Mary Carrillo, Dick Enberg, etc.) and LOVE LADIES LEAGUE TENNIS.

I mostly read the books of the French Philosopher Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov. For me, these present the clearest and most practical explanation of life and man’s structure in it that I’ve come across. These light-filled pages send my heart soaring and give me food for my present work.

Presently I write, illustrate and paint in my Fallbrook, California studio where I live with my husband Marv on the art ranch of Jerome Gastaldi .) I also still play a bit of tennis and walk the hills daily.

Website: author's website


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