Happy Tickle-Treating

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Little Miss Scary burst out laughing. And as you most probably know, it is very difficult to be scary when you are laughing.

Mr. Tickle and the Scary Halloween, originated by Roger Hargreaves, written and illustrated by Adam Hargreaves

Scary Dinosaur Smiles

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Diplodocus and Stegosaurus and Iguanodon stared at their friend.

“Maybe next Halloween…” said Diplodocus.

“Instead of wearing a VERY BIG FROWN…” said Stegosaurus.

“You should wear that VERY BIG SMILE!” said Iguanodon.

“Now that would be scary!” The three friends said.

T. Rex said he would think about it.

T. Rex Trick-or-Treats, written by Lois G. Grambling and illustrated by Jack E. Davis

Midnight is for Sleeping

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“Girl, promise us that you’ll be good, and always do just as you should.”
Frangoline said, “I just might…at least until tomorrow night.”

Frangoline and the Midnight Dream by Clemency Pearce and Rebecca Elliott

October 31st is !

A Truly Magnifient Broom

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Then she filled up her cauldron and said with a grin, “Find something, everyone. Throw something in!” …They threw them all in and the witch stirred them well, and while she was stirring, she muttered a spell. “Iggety, ziggety, zagety, ZOOM!” Then out rose…A truly Magnificent Broom!

Room on the Broom, by Julia Donaldson and Axel Sheffler

Different Is Fun

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My granny’s kind of different. That’s how it’s meant to be. I love my granny as she is and know that she loves me!

Hubble Bubble Granny Trouble, written by Tracey Corderoy and illustrated by Joe Berger.

Never Rip A Magic Book

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There was once a frog who found a book. He wished it was a book about boats and that he was a pirate sailing the seven seas. But it was just an old book of spells, and he was just a small grey frog.

Spells by Emily Gravett

A little something to discuss:

Vampire Baby

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“I had to convince Mom and Dad that Tootie really was a vampire baby. “Your sister is not a vampire,” Mom said. “Biting is just a phase.”

“…Back off, Bat Boy!” I said, scooping Tootie up. “And watch how you talk to my little sister. Tootie may be a vampire baby. But she’s my vampire baby.”

Vampire Baby, written by Kelly Bennet and illustrated by Paul Meisel