Food Fright

Food Fright 2017-03-10T09:08:51+00:00

Food Fright by Karen Rostoker-Gruber

A Mouthwatering Novelty Book

In this deluxe book, monsters are preparing for a delicious meal!

Ghost from Food Fright by Karen Rostoker-GruberNot only can you count monsters from one to ten (and back again), but you can spin wheels, pull tabs, touch-and-feel, scratch and sniff, and lift flaps.

And the surprise grand finale will leave you hungry for more monstrous fun!

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Eyeball Stew

Eyeball Stew Recipe

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Fan Created Art

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Awards & Nominations

  • 2003’s best Halloween picture book

Reviews

“One of the season’s best new Halloween surprises. This interactive monster gathering is fun with a capital F. From pop-ups to google eyes to textured insets, fifteen different tricks treat kids to a goopy, gloppy monster’s feast. If you grab only one book this Halloween, this one might be your best choice.”
— Kelly Milner Halls, Editor, Smartwriters.com

“A bowl full of fright is stirred up in the paper-engineered Food Fright: A Mouthwatering Novelty Book by Karen Rostoker-Gruber…”
— Publisher’s Weekly

“Each page offers something to touch, push, pull or as with the last page, pop-up. All the creatures with their totally unappetizing foods decide to have a food fright or food fight. Better watch out there is a slime fondue just waiting for the reader.”
— Marilyn Courtot, Editor, Children’s Book Guild