Today’s Guest Post is provided by Erin at Pagan Spirits – enjoy!
Like it or not, it’s back to school time once again. As September rolls around and summer comes to an end, the leaves on the trees begin to turn colors and the thoughts of the young and young-at-heart alike turn to Halloween. It is, after all, the next great holiday (and break from studies) after Labor Day. This year, why not participate in All Hallow’s Read?
Author Neil Gaiman sparked All Hallow’s Read on October 23, 2010 in his blog post “A Modest Proposal (that doesn’t actually involve eating anyone).” (http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2010/10/modest-proposal-that-doesnt-actually.html ) His idea was simple: for Halloween, or the week of Halloween, give away scary books. Give “scary” (but still age-appropriate) children’s books to children, and give scary adult books to adults.
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