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Grandpa's Witched Up Christmas
Grandpa's Witched Up Christmas

Grandpa's Witched Up Christmas

Product ID : 38057242


Galleon Product ID 38057242
UPC / ISBN 1627310681
Shipping Weight 0.4 lbs
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Binding: Hardcover
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Manufacturer Feral House
Shipping Dimension 9.84 x 6.46 x 0.31 inches
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Author James Flora
Number Of Pages 32
Publication Date 2018-12-04
Release Date 2018-09-18
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About Grandpa's Witched Up Christmas

Product Description When Grandpa was a boy, the most terrible thing happened to him the day before Christmas. While taking a shortcut through the woods, he met three fearsome witches. One, with sharp teeth and hair like an unmowed lawn, pointed her finger at him, squealed, "Sha-zam!" and turned him into a snake. The second witch, who didn't have any feet, turned him into a turkey buzzard. And the third-tall and warty-screamed, "Ta-pooty!" and changed him into a pig. Home he ran, but his parents wouldn't let him in. James Flora's tall tales―among them Grandpa's Ghost Stories rereleased by Feral House in 2017―with his ingenious illustrations, are favorites with children and adults alike. His many fans will be delighted with Grandpa's next adventures. Review “Designer, illustrator, and record cover maestro, Flora was a master of many forms who left a legacy that has been difficult to categorize. — Steven Heller, New York Times, Print Magazine “A twisted, bizarre, joyous genius of an artist.” — Drew Friedman Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. Those witches were a fearsome lot. They wore ragged black capes and carried greasy sacks slung over their shoulders. I know what was in those sacks ― children's finger bones, dead cats, dried bats and hop toads. Those are the sorts of things witches use to make magic. The first witch was fat and dumpy, with sharp teeth and hair like an unmowed lawn. The second witch was old and shrunken, she looked like a skeleton. She didn't have any feet. That's why she rode a broom. The third witch was tall and warty. She wore a real pointed witch's hat. Her eyes would make a polecat shiver.