Tricks & treats - the ultimate halloween book
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Tricks & treats - the ultimate halloween book

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With this great guide to celebrating the spirit (and spirits) of Halloween, no special magic is needed to enjoy the latest trend in family fun. Tricks & Treats has tons of great ideas for Halloween costumes, decorations, parties and tempting fun foods. Over 50 projects.
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published August 17th 1998 by Readers Digest
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Kathie H
Aug 15, 2009 Kathie H rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
This is a useful book to have on your craftroom shelf. When you get back from your summer vacation at the seashore, browse this book while you listen to the crickets sing in the morning after you get the kids off to their first days of school. If you look around you, there are signs of autumn everywhere: spider webs on the lawn, yellow leaves falling on the sunniest & warmest of early-September days, morning glories that look (if possible) even more glorious after enjoying a little bit of co...more
Eileen
Appropriate for grade-school children. Felt rather dated.
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