Trick Or Treat: Edison Beaker Creature Seeker

Happy Halloween Week my fellow readers! So, I am apparently a day late and a dollar short when it comes to this post as part of Penguin Kids Wicked Reads blog tour. I blame mom brain and dealing with a sick kiddo all last week. This week though, we are feeling much much better and I cannot wait to take Teddy trick or treating for real this year (and to steal all his Reeses — payback for when he ate an unseemly amount of Ferrero Roches). In my ideal world though, books would be given out on Halloween – and we’d call it HalloREAD or something along those lines.

dison Beaker, Creature Seeker: The Night Door and Edison Beaker, Creature Seeker: The Lost City by Frank Cammuso. These are really fun graphic novels that will immediately engage developing readers.

What book would be legit to give those older kids who knock on the door around 7 or 8? Edison Beaker, Creature Seeker: The Night Door and Edison Beaker, Creature Seeker: The Lost City by Frank Cammuso. These are really fun graphic novels that will immediately engage developing readers. Plus, could they be more appropriate for Halloween with the focus on things that go bump in the night (creatures)?

Now, when you’re out and about Trick or Treating, make sure you don’t happen to knock on “The Night Door.” You might get lucky and get STARBURST or you may get dragged into this other dimension where there’s all kinds of creatures (including one wonderful guardian of the Night Door – a cat). So, be safe and bring your flashlight!

What’s Edison Beaker Creature Seeker: The Night Door all about?

In this hilarious graphic novel, Edison Beaker is about to find out what services the family business, Creature Seekers Pest Control, really offer. (Hint: forget about rat and roach removal . . . think monster hunting!)

Edison Beaker and his young sister Tesla are staying with their uncle Earl, manager of the family pest control company, when an alarm sounds and he has no choice but to drag them along on a service call.

They should have listened when he warned them, “stay in the van.”

Monster-sized mayhem ensues when the kids chase their escaped hamster into a mysterious warehouse–and suddenly they are the ones being chased as all sorts of creepy creatures scurry, slink, and stomp through a secret Night Door.

The first of two new middle-school graphic novels that introduce a funny, smart, likable, reluctant hero and his wisecracking younger sister whose adventures are sure to appeal to readers of Lunch LadyHilo, and Caveboy Dave.

Summary taken from Goodreads.

Check out the other stops on the blog tour by clicking the links below:

October 28 – A Little Bit Biscardi – Creative Instagram Picture

October 29 – Coquette Maman – Listicle: Tips for Reading A Scary Book

October 30 – Read.Fine.Print – Creative Instagram Picture

October 31 – Next Book Review – Listicle: Halloween Movie List paired with the book

November 1 – The Pages In-Between – Creepy Kids Costume

About April (Books&Wine)

April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.

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