"An illustrated book of poetry for children celebrates spooky fun with wit, originality and affection."
". . . . "Lost on Halloween Night" is especially successful, with a galloping meter that recalls that of Robert Service: "A clear fowl / Was that wise old owl / Who lived in Grandfather's barn!"
". . . tell stories that have wide appeal through wit, flair, and a generally good ear for meter."
". . . text contains atmospheric and vivid images, such as that of a feast of "roast raven and owl" or of the "black velvet vapors" of a witch's broom."