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  • Trick or Treat!

    Peggy Schaefer

    Board book (WorthyKids, Jan. 30, 2000)
    Follow the Baby Looney Tunes characters as they knock on doors on Halloween night and hear them shout, 'Trick or treat!' Trick or treat! I'm not too neat. I'm Baby Taz, you see. If you give me lollipops, I'll whirl around with glee. The Baby Looney Tunes gang is ready to celebrate Halloween. They're dressed in colorful costumes and eager to knock on doors. Each character has a verse that reflects his or her unique personality. With a die-cut handle, eight colorful spreads, and a push button for sound effects, this book will provide hours of Halloween fun. Ages 3-5.
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  • Trick or Treat

    Melissa Arps, Hector Borlasca

    Board book (Golden Books, Aug. 22, 2006)
    What could be more fun than getting dressed up for Halloween? Trickor-treating, of course! This silly rhyming Halloween tale tells the story of a little boy who shares his yummy candy with a number of zany monsters as he trick-or-treats his way through the neighborhood. Shaped like a pumpkin, this durable little board book features a braided handle that can be taken along on a Halloween adventure by any little trick-or-treater.
  • Trick-Or-Treat!

    Ann Dixon, Larry Di Fiori

    Paperback (Cartwheel Books, Sept. 1, 1998)
    One little monster goes trick-or-treating, and is soon joined by his friends
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  • Trick or Treat!

    Teresa Imperato, Jeannie Winston

    Hardcover (Piggy Toes Pr, Sept. 30, 2004)
    A little witch collects Halloween candy in all shapes and sizes.
    K
  • Trick or Treat

    Andrea Lorini

    Board book (B.E.S. Publishing, Aug. 1, 2015)
    Here's an adorable Halloween story that's filled with all the joy and excitement that children experience on this fun day. Tag along as some young kids go from getting dressed in "scary" costumes, to meeting friends along the way, and scoring loads of candy…to an extra special spooky surprise! The sturdy board covers are cleverly die-cut to look just like a Halloween jack-o-lantern, with sassy ghosts, spiders, witches, vampires, and loads of candy peeking out all around. Charming color illustrations and a cute story make this book perfect for your little trick-or-treater.
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  • Trick or Treat

    Michael W Pearsall, Joyce F Sloan, Michael Pearsall

    language (Joyce F Sloan, Dec. 27, 2013)
    This short story is about Alden, a ten year old who has never celebrated Halloween before and Amy has to teach him all about trick-or-treating. As they make their way down the street, danger seems to lurk around every corner. What startling secret is Alden keeping from Amy? Trudge along with them on their spooky adventure and at the end of the story, you will discover an unnerving surprise.
  • Trick or Treat

    John Gatehouse, Dave Windett

    language (Little Lemming Books, Aug. 30, 2011)
    Young Neela Nightshade dreams of becoming a famous reporter.Town gossip has it that creepy Monster Mansion on top of Gallows Hill is haunted. Investigating for herself, Neela discovers that the stories are all true…! And when the terrifying Monsters in the Basement escape, nothing can stop them from destroying the town…! Aiiiiieeeee!
  • Trick or Treat

    Michael Thomson

    eBook
    Paul and Sue like to trick and not treat but they meet someone in an old house....These were previously published by Oxford University Press in the Headwork series of readers. The stories were written by Michael Thomson who now retains the copyright and is self publishing them for you!The stories are so called “High-Low” readers. That is of high interest but low reading age, or in other words with normal comprehension levels but easier to ‘decode’ or read. They were tried out on children at East Court, a school for dyslexic children and are aimed at an interest level of around 11-14. There are a range of genres from contemporary through fantasy, humour and true 2nd world war stories. They are written in 4 levels of basic reading difficulty starting around the 8 year reading age with level 1 being the easiest to read. However, the themes and interest level are all still at the 11-14 age range. This is Level 3 in a Modern Story Series
  • Trick or Treat!

    A. D. Drake

    language (, Oct. 21, 2014)
    Its Halloween night! The best night of the year for Benji and his friends, but can he continue to hide the truth from them...even when confronted by a group of bullies intent on stealing their candy? And what happens to the bully?- And watch out for rabbits, you’ve been warned.
  • Trick or Treat

    Heidi Hansel

    eBook (Heidi, Sept. 27, 2013)
    Trick or Treat (A short story) follows a monster named Beth. She is the outcast of the monster village, Night-town, until one day a lost human ends up on her doorstep. She agrees to help him and they go on a wild and dangerous journey to find his way home. Beth learns more about her past along the way and finds it hard to say goodbye when her new human friend is faced with one final test. Testimonial:"I found this short story very entertaining. For a quick read it covered a lot of ground, from scary, to funny to outrageous and even heartwarming. I would definitely read more books from this author." Vera H.This Halloween short story is a laughter filled adventure enjoyed by kids and adults alike. Find action, and even romance, in this unique fantasy story.
  • Trick or Treat!

    Maggie Testa, Rudy Obrero

    Paperback (Simon Scribbles, July 20, 2010)
    Even monkeys love Halloween!. Come along with Curious George as he goes trick or treating with the man in the yellow hat in this fun coloring & activity book. First, he has to pick out a costume. Then he's off to get candy! Chock full of yummy activities, spooky coloring pages, and more than 50 glow-in-the-dark stickers, this book is the perfect Halloween present for fans of Curious George.
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  • Trick or Treat?

    John Bianchi

    Board book (Grosset & Dunlap, Aug. 26, 2002)
    Trick or Treat? is all about the best part of Halloween: the candy! Plus, the book is die-cut in the shape of a pumpkin trick-or-treat basket. Illustrated by John Bianchi
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