Item description for Pumpkin Moonshine by Tasha Tudor...
Overview While visiting her grandparents' farm, Sylvie Ann finds a fine large pumpkin for Halloween but it leads her a merry chase as it rolls faster and faster down the hill and into the barnyard.
Publishers Description It's almost Halloween and little Sylvie Ann has found the biggest, fattest pumpkin. But before she can carve it into a giant, crooked-toothed pumpkin moonshine (or jack-o'Iantern), she has to get it home.
Citations And Professional Reviews Pumpkin Moonshine by Tasha Tudor has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Hornbook Guide to Children - 07/01/2001 page 277
Publishers Weekly - 09/25/2000 page 64
Beyond the Cover Author Interv - 10/01/2000 page 21
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/2001 page 277
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Studio: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.9" Width: 7" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2000
Publisher Simon & Schuster
ISBN 0689828462 ISBN13 9780689828461
Availability 10 units. Availability accurate as of Sep 26, 2017 10:48.
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More About Tasha Tudor
Tasha Tudor lives in West Brattleboro, Vermont.
Tasha Tudor lived in West Battleboro, in the state of Vermont. Tasha Tudor was born in 1915 and died in 2008.
Reviews - What do customers think about Pumpkin Moonshine?
Delightful for Halloween Jan 13, 2008
This is a primary book set in pre-1900s Connecticut. The lovely little story could prompt discussion about holiday traditions and life on the farm in the US. The illustrations provide an amusing and exciting crescendo. The teacher may want to use this book around Halloween as a seasonal story about scaring people, which is not a scary book at all. The book could prompt talk about what life in the US was like during earlier periods: When did this story take place? How can you tell? How was Halloween different then?
Charming, delightfully old-fashioned Halloween tale Sep 18, 2007
First published in 1937, Tasha Tudor's "Pumpkin Moonshine" still has a timeless innocence and appeal. It is a delightfully simple story of a little girl on a farm who picks a pumpkin and rolls it downhill to where she can make it into a jack-o-lantern (or a "moonshine," as they apparently called them in New England, way back when...) A simple story made magical with clean storytelling and wonderful art. (ReadThatAgain)
Another JEWEL.... Jul 30, 2006
Through the years I have purchased many Tasha Tudor books for family and friends; all have deserved a FIVE STAR rating as far as I am concerned. Her delightful illustrations have been outstanding and reflect the story content almost "word-for-word". She is a MUST on our book shelf!
Kids will love this non frightening Halloween book. Jul 22, 2003
My mother read this book to me as a child. It was out of print for a while, but this new printing is excellent. The illustrations (same as orginal version) are superb and the text is quaint but clever enough to keep the attention of small kids or new readers. Highly recommended for Halloween or year round.
Pumpkin Moonshine - 60 years later! Oct 6, 2000
If you've never carved a "Pumpkin Moonshine" you've missed a wonderful part of Halloween. As a little girl, Tasha Tudors delightful story was a favorite of mine. My children grew up carving pumpkins, not into jack-o-lanterns, but into Pumpkin Moonshines. The "grands" now enjoy grandmothers love for the season and the wonderful "Pumpkin Moonshine" with the re-release of this beautiful little book to be loved by all.