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Library : Book Reviews > Barney's Trick Or Treat

Barney’s Trick Or Treat
By Mark Bernthal and Stephen White 
Illustrated By Bill Alger  

Review by: Yvonne Gaudet

        Another great book for Barney fans! Baby Bop and BJ have found the perfect costumes in Barney’s Costume trunk and are all set to go trick or treating with Barney. They are having a great time until Baby bop realizes that she has a hole in her treat bag and has lost all her candies and gets very upset. BJ says he will share his candies with her but Barney has a better idea. There is only one house left on the street, except it looks spooky! Baby Bop and BJ are afraid to go to this house. They are afraid to knock on this door. Who lives in this spooky house they wonder? Barney reassures them that they are okay and he helps them knock on the door. Suddenly the door opens and a frightened Baby Bop and BJ learn that this house belongs to their neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Brown. It seems that all the children are afraid of this spooky looking house, because they haven’t had any trick or treaters all night! BJ and Baby Bop are the lucky ones in this story! They leave this house with full treat bags and smiles on their faces! An exciting book with a surprising ending, I recommend this book for ages 0-5, and Barney lovers of course!

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