Trick or Reaters: A Little Sweet and Sinister Today!

Oh, what a frightfully fun day! I’m delighted to share a website just in time for Halloween that I think all my librarian, parent, teacher, and young reader friends will love!

dbell_trick flier

Illustration © Daelyne Bell

Go ring the virtual doorbell at the new Trick or Reaters site, a national effort to get stories into trick-or-treaters’ bags!

You can go to the site and read scary stories for all ages (and levels of spookiness), check out fun, free activities, and watch book trailer videos, too. Then, schools, libraries, bookstores, and families, and book lovers can download fliers (like Daelynne’s darling one above) to slip into candy bags this Halloween.

(Principal Trapp would like to recommend taping some candy to the flier. She said something about encouraging her students to eat LOTS of candy this year..)

You should definitely check out the link to my creepy contribution here, and then go spy on all the other (over 100!) spooky stories. BOO!

Let’s get kids reading for Halloween… and all year long!

Posted in Children's Fiction, Miscellaneous, Uncategorized on 10/12/2016 01:22 am

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