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This is Halloween.
In mid-October at the latest, America turns into a cobwebbed, freezing, haunted place of fear, the whole neighborhood suddenly becomes a morbid scene of horror. The old brownstones of New York, inherently dark and melancholic, are completely covered with huge spider webs and monstrous spiders that climb the façade. Front gardens are turning into graveyards and skeletons are hanging out by the entrance. Giant monsters, creatures of the netherworld, and the undead are everywhere. They are hanging in the trees or out of the windows. There is no chance to escape—for three weeks, adults and children alike give in to the perfect illusion of fear.
Celebrating Halloween is all about trick-or-treating and Halloween is the one holiday that focuses on children, so naturally, children have written this book. Their voice, their emotions, their individual point of view draws the most authentic and colorful picture of Halloween.
Be warned: It's going to be a scary, humorous, sometimes a bit sarcastic and mostly (I hope!!!) hilarious ride. Perhaps you’ll even take a trip down memory lane to remember a few stories of dressing up as a hero, fighting imaginary evil, and collecting more candy than you’d ever be able to eat.