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  • Trick or Treat?

    Bill Martin Jr., Michael Sampson, Paul Meisel

    Paperback (Aladdin, Aug. 1, 2005)
    Trick or Treat When Merlin the wizard answers the door, trick-or-treating becomes more tricky than usual. Suddenly everything turns Wackbards! Those tasty jelly beans have turned into silly belly jeans! Enjoy this hilarious Halloween treat that's guaranteed to satisfy your sweet tooth and your funny bone!
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  • Trick Or Treat?

    Melanie Walsh

    Board book (Candlewick, July 14, 2009)
    Peek under the flaps — if you dare! — and discover some fun and gently scary signs that Halloween is here.Where is the bat, and what is the spider doing? What could be in the cauldron, or rattling in the closet — or outside the door? The moon is out, and somewhere a child has turned into a skeleton or a witch’s cat. For young children awaiting Halloween, here is the perfect board book, full of bright colors, bold illustrations, and ever-so-slightly spooky surprises waiting beneath sturdy flaps. Trick or treat!
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  • Trick or Treat

    Leo Landry

    Hardcover (HMH Books for Young Readers, Aug. 21, 2012)
    “The last day of October had finally arrived. The empty house at the end of the street mysteriously came to life.” Oliver, the ghost who lives in that empty house, lives for Halloween! He always has a big party. To get ready, he puts dust on the furniture, welcomes the spiders, wakes up the black cats, and delivers his invitations! This time, though, one envelope goes astray and two human trick-or-treaters show up. Are treats—or tricks—in order? Simple, cartoonish watercolor and pencil illustrations complement this sweet tale of the spirit of generosity and acceptance.
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  • Trick or Treat

    Michele Lee, Mini Lee

    language (Feathered Zebra Books, Oct. 16, 2011)
    On Halloween all kinds of strange things can happen. Like Dawn hearing a cry for help coming from an old house on her street. Many dangers lurk in this Choose-Your-Own-Path book. Can you survive?
  • Trick or Treat

    Jana Hunter

    eBook (HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks, June 28, 2012)
    The hugely popular Sleepover Club series is back with a gorgeous new look. Meet Frankie, Kenny, Fliss, Rosie and Lyndz – five best friends who just want to have fun!It’s Halloween and the Sleepover Club girls have organised a special spooky sleepover at Kenny’s house. Then her horrible big sister Molly goes and ruins everything. But Molly had better watch out as the girls are determined to get their own back. And their plan involves a geeky boy and a witchy little love potion…As well as a great story this book has tips for fun things to do at your own sleepover party for you and your friends. Pack up your sleepover kit and join in the fun!
  • Trick or Treat

    Richie Tankersley Cusick

    Paperback (Pointe Pubs, March 1, 1992)
    Exactly one year ago, on Halloween night, Elizabeth Bedford had been murdered in the very same room now occupied by Martha, and now, after receiving threatening phone calls, Martha is scared out of her wits
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  • Trick Or Treat

    M.D. Johnson

    language (, July 20, 2016)
    Trick or Treat features a poem and Halloween pictorials. A great book for kids who love the holiday. Be sure to check out other children's books titles by M.D. Johnson, to include: Alienation of the Alien Nation Beastly’s Greatest Fear Buddha’s Garden Bug City Cat for Hire The Love Cooties Kawaii Coloring Book Beautiful Dreamer A Penny for Your Thoughts Interesting Facts About Polar Bears The Potty Mouth The Potato Who Dared to Be More Wicked Wisdom: Monsters Words of Wisdom: Advice to Live By The Case of the Fallen Candy Cane Teddy-ku: Teddy Bear Haiku Jive Turkey’s 12 Dishes of Thanksgiving And many more...Website: http://maryannesbookshelf.com/childrens-corner/
  • Trick or Treat

    G. M. Frazier

    language (G. M. Frazier, Sept. 20, 2011)
    On the night of Halloween in 1973 a child's fantasy intersects reality as two brothers make the mistake of looking for a treat at a dark house where a lone jack-o-lantern stands watch on the porch and aliens have come to visit. Reminiscent of an episode from Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone," Trick or Treat shows the power a wish can have in the powerless world of one little boy.Trick or Treat is a short story of approximately 2000 words.
  • Trick or Treat

    Tamara Hecht

    language (Tamara Hecht, Nov. 7, 2017)
    What could be better than a story? A whole collection of stories!It's Jen's first Halloween in Monsterville and things are about to get spooky. Jen's house gets infested with creepy, candy-craving critters; Aileen shows off a futuristic smell-capturing technology; and Lucas has to fight a mean-spirited skeleton.Treat yourself to this collection of Halloween goodies. The fun and fear start right here.
  • Trick or Treat

    Ronnie Shaw

    eBook
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  • Trick or Treat?

    Jenny Dale

    Paperback (Scholastic, Incorporated, March 15, 2003)
    It's Halloween and King Street Kennels seems to be haunted! Dogs switch mysteriously from pen to pen, objects move by themselves, and neil spots a strange shape in the night. But the kennel has another visitor, too- Trick, a bold and bright abandoned pup. Neil and Emily don't believe in ghosts- until the puppy vanishes into thin air!
  • Trick or Treat

    Frank Barr

    language (, May 25, 2019)
    Halloween... The time for ghosts and goblins. An adventuresome pair venture out for a night of fun... and Trick or Treat. But, their adventure takes an unexpected turn and become even more scary. Follow them as they make their way through an unusual Halloween night. This story is ideal for reading at bedtime or other quiet time. It is a gentle story without violence or other situations, which I consider to be no good for young readers. I think kids will like it.