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How to Hide a Ghost

A Lift-the-Flap Book

Illustrated by MacKenzie Haley

This silly and interactive Halloween board book has chunky lift-the-flaps and adorable hidden ghosts on every spread—perfect for curious young readers!

Ghosts are really good at hiding. They can hide as lampshades, they can hide as balloons, and they can even hide as crystal balls. But the trickiest thing about ghosts is that they are always where you least expect them! Endearingly sweet ghosts haunt every page making this a perfect Halloween read-along book for little ones.

Photograph © MacKenzie Haley

MacKenzie Haley is an illustrator, runner, and cat whisperer who currently resides in Louisville, Kentucky. She has her BFA in illustration from the University of Dayton. Her clients include HarperCollins, Cottage Door Press, Page Street Publishing, Simon & Schuster, and many more. She’s (slowly) completed three full marathons, fostered about twelve cats (not at the same time), and has two codependent cats named Booger and Abby. She has drawn her whole life, and once flunked a math test in the third grade because she used the entire time to draw characters out of numbers. MacKenzie loves including small, interesting details in her work, and uses bold colors, patterns, and textures. She has currently reached the maximum amount of cat shirts a grown woman is allowed to have, and is banned from buying any more (but can accept them as gifts).

Photograph © MacKenzie Haley

MacKenzie Haley is an illustrator, runner, and cat whisperer who currently resides in Louisville, Kentucky. She has her BFA in illustration from the University of Dayton. Her clients include HarperCollins, Cottage Door Press, Page Street Publishing, Simon & Schuster, and many more. She’s (slowly) completed three full marathons, fostered about twelve cats (not at the same time), and has two codependent cats named Booger and Abby. She has drawn her whole life, and once flunked a math test in the third grade because she used the entire time to draw characters out of numbers. MacKenzie loves including small, interesting details in her work, and uses bold colors, patterns, and textures. She has currently reached the maximum amount of cat shirts a grown woman is allowed to have, and is banned from buying any more (but can accept them as gifts).