This counted needleart pattern book is a TREAT to cross stitch with a clever and fun homonym mind-teaser TRICK game that will delight Halloween guests of all ages for years after the stitching is done. Four Weeks Dye Works flosses specified with DMC, Anchor, and Sullivan equivalents given for black, white, orange and green. 72x72 Model shown on 28ct Cobblestone Cashel linen. Aida not recommended.
Evil forces marshal Halloween witches, ghosts, black cats, and assassin jack o’ lanterns in a quest to locate a destructive supernatural talisman entrusted to the unknowing, adult grandson of a powerful backwoods witch.
This (fictional) document was found in the walls of the mobile home of a man named Stanley who was a postal worker near Cheboygan, Michigan around the year 1970. It documents his possible descent into madness over the matter of preparing the seeds of a pumpkin.
It's a hard life in the vegetable patch as Sir Thomas de Tomato finds out on his return from the pea pod wars. All the vegetables are getting ready for war. During the war a great black cloud is seen and King Billy Brussel knows that it is St George de Gardiner and that his army is doomed. Read this fantastically silly and funny tale of vegetable matters.
A tongue-in-cheek illustrated holiday poem about a Halloween night gone wrong when a bored trick-or-treat pumpkin, against advice and fear of others, leads the main character into a world of witches and monsters. Contains 37 illustrations.
The farmer's pumpkins are disappearing. Where could they be going, and, can he get them back? This early-reader picture book is the first published work by Katie Wilson, who is entering second grade this year. The author is saving up for a big purchase from the American Girls collection. If you have a young child you'd like to introduce to eBooks, give Katie's story a try.
Alex and the Halloween Pumpkin is a short story for 3 to 6 year old children who love Halloween. Alex loves Halloween and his Jack-O-Lantern which he made from a big orange pumpkin. Alex grew his big orange pumpkin from a little tiny seed, which he planted in his garden last spring. This is a cute Halloween story for young children to enjoy. Happy Halloween everyone!
Archibald is a young troll, about 300 years old. He has big ears and a long tail. He is covered from head to foot with bristly fur and his nose is as round and red as a large cranberry. While tending the autumn pumpkins, Archibald encounters a screaming giant ear of corn with hundreds of eyes and two feet! Archibald’s Boo-boo is a wonderful tale for both early readers and older reluctant readers.
Pumpkins, Spiders, and Bat’s Oh My! in the classroom.(K-12) These favorites of Halloween will scare up some fun while learning math, crafts, art, writing, research skills, listening skills and reading. Also find tips on how to keep those little ghosts and goblins safe on Halloween Night.