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This month, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution declaring October 20th to be the National Day on Writing. The National Writing Day Project is sponsored by NCTE--National Council of Teachers of English. Check out their site for the National Gallery of Writing where you can submit stories, poems, recipes, emails, blogs, audio, video, and artwork. The gallery will open to the world on October 20 so now is the time to get going. The site features an online tutorial to aid you when making your submissions.
Halloween is October 31, 2009. We have scared up some great articles and booklists for you to learn more about this spooky holiday.
Get ready for some spooky good times! We found lots of games to play, stories to share, crafts and recipes beyond compare.
Did you know that Halloween is one of the world’s oldest holidays? It has gone through many changes, but was originally a Celtic festival called Samhain (pronounced sow-in), marking the end of harvest and the beginning of the new year (November 1st).
Ghoulish, ghastly and deliciously fun books for all ages!
Get the creepy crawlies with R. L. Stine. He's a master of conjuring things that go bump in the dark. Imagine you've just moved to the town of Dark Falls where you don't know anybody.
Did you know:
- Baby squirrels are called kittens?
- Some of the noises squirrels use to talk to each other can't be heard by humans?
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