|aNot very scary /|cCarol Brendler ; pictures by Greg Pizzoli.
|aNew York :|bFarrar Straus Giroux,|c2014.
|a1 v. :|bcol. ill. ;|c21 x 26 cm
|aOn Halloween, Melly is invited to Cousin Malberta's home for a surprise, but as she walks there on a beautifully spooky evening, she is followed by increasing numbers of creatures that may actually be frightening.
Loving surprises and fearing almost nothing, brave little monster Melly accepts her cousin's invitation to a big surprise and sees skittish skeletons, a coal-black cat and ghoulish goblins on her journey. By the author of Winnie Finn, Worm Farmer.
Carol Brendler is the author of Winnie Finn, Worm Farmer, illustrated by Ard Hoyt. She lives in Arlington Heights, Illinois, with a very brave husband and three cats, one of which is a coal-black scaredy-cat.Greg Pizzoli is an author and illustrator from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is not very scared of cats, skeletons, or mummies, but spiders are a different story.