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Reviewed by Bruce Arrington for Readers' Favorite
Tabby Cat and Tatty Rat: Trick or Treat? by C. Géraldine, is a 24-page-long children’s picture book, targeting kids ages from three to around five or six. Tabby and Tatty are out to enjoy this Halloween night. They will sing (though not everyone will appreciate that!), dress up as bats, witches, and other fun things on this night of nights for dressing up and pretending to be someone else. Tabby and Tatty, though cat and rat, are best friends, and they like to share all of their Halloween adventures. The watercolor pictures burst forth on the pages vibrantly and happily. Even the skeletons and ghosts are non-threatening, and perhaps a little mysterious. What are they doing and where are they going on this night? Time to go and check it out!
Tabby Cat and Tatty Rat: Trick or Treat? by C. Géraldine is a fun, colorful intro-style story of exploring Halloween for young readers, giving a positive and enjoyable reading experience. As cat and rat travel the town and discover new and interesting places, we see what they discover, and what a delight it is. Halloween can be a scary time of year for the little ones, but this book makes it just plain enjoyment. The book captures the timeless innocence of childhood memories when youngsters go out for an exciting time on the 31st of October. It may even take adults back down memory lane for a bit of late-night amusement. Highly recommended.