Count Candy Corn
Maddix is little boy who loves to count but hates Halloween because everyone is spooky and scary. One day while walking down the street, he sees something odd on the ground. Maddix picks up the colorful triangle and learns from his mother that it is called candy corn.
After Maddix hears the story of his aunt's candy dish and the disappearing candy corn, he decides to make his own candy dish to see if the mysterious Count Candy Corn Bat will steal his candy, too.
Maddix carefully counts his candy, places them in his special count candy corn dish, and goes to bed. The next morning, Maddix counts: one, two, three, four--and then none! Could it be the mysterious candy corn bat? Now Maddix must be brave and try to find the truth.
"This is a clever story, introducing children to important life skills. A fun counting book and a practical approach to solving problems."
- Marianne Stenzel, children's librarian
" Count Candy Corn is a delightful tale that utilizes Halloween fun to teach children the important message of facing your fears."
- Karissa Kohler James, special educator
|Grouped Work ID||8548e5e5-530b-df87-140e-84ce09deb464|
|Grouping Title||count candy corn|
|Grouping Author||bugger ruth l|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-21 16:35:13PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-10-21 16:38:26PM|
|author||Bugger, Ruth L.|
|author_display||Bugger, Ruth L|
|detailed_location_yuma||Yuma Public Library - Easy|
|display_description||A boy makes a magic candy dish to see if the imaginary Count Candy Corn will steal his candy too.|
|local_callnumber_yuma||E Brugger, Ruth|
|owning_library_yuma||Yuma Public Library|
|owning_location_yuma||Yuma Public Library|
|subject_facet||Count Candy Corn (ficticious character)|
Halloween -- juvenile fiction
|title_display||Count Candy Corn|
|title_full||Count Candy Corn by Ruth L. Bugger ; illustrated by Sara Pace|
|title_short||Count Candy Corn|
|topic_facet||Count Candy Corn (ficticious character)|