Review: 100 Ghosts

Title: 100 Ghosts: A Gallery of Harmless Haunts
Author: Doogie Horner
Publisher: Quirk Books
Published: September 10, 2013
Hardcover, 208 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59474-647-5
Genre: Paranormal
Source: Publisher

Goodreads Summay:
Cut two eyeholes into a bedsheet and BOO! You’ve got yourself a classic Halloween icon. But what happens if you tie the bedsheet in knots? What happens when you set it on fire, hang it from a clothesline, or put a llama underneath it? 100 Ghosts is a brilliantly simple artistic exploration of an icon as familiar as a grinning jack-o-lantern or an arched black cat. It’s a delightful gift for adults, kids, and anyone who enjoys spooky design.

My thoughts:
100 Ghosts is an adorable collection of 'spectral portraits' that is imaginative as well as humorous. Doogie Horner depicts every type of ghost you could think of, including R2-D2 to a shopping bag. This is a fun book to look through and is appropriate for every age. Not only did I enjoy looking through it but my kids did also. There is absolutely nothing scary about it.  It's just a delightful book that everyone will enjoy!

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