Last week at Russell Elementary School in Rumney, NH, professional storyteller Simon Brooks captivated kindergarteners through eighth graders with a hilarious Halloween tale about a trick-or-treater and the cursed black bubblegum (that’s him telling stories at RES above). Students of all ages squealed and giggled and were completely enraptured in Simon’s scary voices and pantomiming as he engaged them in the creepy tale.
Wishing you a fun and spooky Halloween!
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Halloween Eve 9:00 p.m.
I can’t imagine how this is possible. My sugar-hyped children have fallen asleep. Thank God.
I look around the house. Some dishes from dinner are still on the counter; we barely gobbled it down before heading out to Trick or Treat.
If you’re anything like me, you’ll be spending this Halloween curled up with a scary book as you wait to chase hooligans off the supposedly-haunted bridge across from your property. But even if you’re not like me, you should still consider spending this cloudy, drizzly, decidedly creepy time of year reading an appropriately eerie book with your little monsters.