The Halloween Story is an American fork lore that happened deep in the hills of Central Texas. The book is full of fun and intrigue, on a dark Autumn night.
The Story includes a bat, cat, witch, vampire, zombies, and a light mix of spooky suspense.
Moms and Dads will find joy hearing their kids pronounce a five syllable word or a word new to our daily lexicon.
Lastly, this book has nostalgia. Samples of the past and of fun times in American culture. The author is happy to share the story with the world.
A blazing sun sets low in an amazing Atumn glow.
The jack-o-lantern's beaming.
We play silly games that really have no meaning.
Our noses freeze, fingers stinging, we are running wild and door bells
Now stardust fills the room. We think surely we are doomed. Our cat sees
and leaps for the stairs, through the dust and haze but the bat is not
All we see are ghosts, whoooing in the stardust, if you peer into their
spooky eyes, you
see Wiki Movies of their lives.
Then, in a stunning metamorphosis, the bat transformed into a handsome
handsome vampire appears in chic attire; he brakes the witches spell and
peeks her desire.
His thorny, bloody teeth and dark fiery eyes charmed the witch into
Candies, popcorn, sugar daddies, morning after chitty chatty; Mom, Dad,
and the friends we had,
were caught in a trance by the witches spell and phantom of voodoo
horrors, from hell.
We escaped, safe and well.
Zip-pid-dy Do Da,
Still I search for what it means;
Is it Trick or Treat of just Halloween?
Excerpted from "The Halloween Story" by C. Andre Cannon. Copyright © 2014 by C. Andre Cannon. Excerpted by permission. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher. Excerpts are provided solely for the personal use of visitors to this web site.