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The Halloween Tree

The Halloween Tree

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Book Overview: The Halloween Tree

Make storytime a little spookier with fantasy master Ray Bradbury as he takes readers on a riveting trip though space and time to discover the true origins of Halloween.

Join the shadowy Carapace Clavicle Moundshroud as he takes eight trick-or-treaters on an unforgettable journey to find their missing friend, Pip. Travel through space and time, from the tombs of ancient Egypt to the gargoyles of Notre-Dame Cathedral, all the way to the cemeteries of Mexico on el Día de Los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. Is Pip still alive? And if so, can his friends save him from a ghastly fate before it's too late?

"If you want to know what Halloween is, or if you simply want an eerie adventure, take this mystery history trip. You couldn't ask for better than master fantasizer Ray Bradbury." -- The Boston Globe

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"If you want to know what Halloween is, or if you simply want an eerie adventure, take this mystery-history trip. You couldn't have a better guide than Ray Bradbury."--Boston Globe

Ray Bradbury was an acclaimed American author and screenwriter known for his prolific contributions to the science fiction and mystery genres. Born in Illinois in 1920, his love for writing emerged at a young so that by the age of 12, he had begun writing his own stories. Bradbury's most renowned works include "Fahrenheit 451," "The Martian Chronicles," and "Something Wicked This Way Comes." Over his career, he wrote more than 400 short stories and close to 50 books. Bradbury received numerous awards, including the National Medal of Arts in 2004 and a Pulitzer Prize Special Citation in 2007. Beyond books, his ideas were also manifested across television, film, and theater. Bradbury passed away in 2012, leaving an indelible legacy in literature.

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