It’s almost Halloween, and Monster needs to decide what he’s going to be. With so many options a fireman, a ballerina, a cowboy, a ninjahow will he ever decide? In this playful, rhyming story, Monster shows young readers that sometimes being creative and daring to try something new are the best solutions.
A swimming costume (swimsuit), travels through 50 plus years of time and the lives of many people. It experiences the highs and lows and the misfortunes of its haphazard owners. From intimacy to high seas piracy it continues on an international journey of fate. Air Canada Annie, a boy named Sue, Mumbles the cocker spaniel and Kensignton Public Pool in Montreal's Notre Dame de Grace (NDG) district are all inspired to supply the swimming costume with unusual experiences that sees it influence many more lives across North America, Cuba and the Caribbean.
George and the man with the yellow hat arrive at a Halloween party--but they aren't wearing costumes. No matter--there are plenty in an old trunk upstairs, and soon George is trying on all kinds of outfits. But when he wants to look in the mirror, George finds he has to jump on the bed. Downstairs, the partygoers begin to hear noises. Then the lights go out and they hear a crash Uh-oh. Did someone say the word ghost?