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And Then Comes Halloween by Tom Brenner
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Oct 08, 2009

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Read in October, 2009

Seasonal books are always fun. I remember my time in grade school fondly. I loved the holidays best no matter which one it was. There was always something festive going on and I loved being a part of it.

Halloween was no different. In fact, it was and still remains one of the funnest holidays of the year. I'm convinced Halloween was created for kids. What other day of the year can they dress up, stay up late and eat as much candy as they'd like?

When I was small my mother used to read holiday stories to us all the time. Books help bring the holidays to life. And Then Comes Halloween does not disappoint as it is a story full of the Halloween spirit, but nothing stood out to me that makes me think it's an exceptional book.

Although there is nothing quite noteworthy about this book, it is a nice addition to any holiday collection. It just won't be the first one you pull off the shelf each year.

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