Halloween Fun

“The farther we’ve gotten from the magic and mystery of our past, 
the more we’ve come to need Halloween.”
~Paula Curan
My husband parked himself on the bench by the Little Free Library he had decorated for the occasion  to hand out Twix bars and information about the library to trick-or-treators and their parents. (Meanwhile, I was busy weeding the garden beds nearby.)

The bookmark we have been handing out, is available in a waterproof version (sealed in clear Contact paper) in an old card holder (from a former library book) inside our Little Free Library.
How Does This Library Work?
This Little Free Library offers a way
 to share good things to read—favorite
 books from your childhood or books
 you would recommend to friends;
 books that teach, intrigue and engage
 you.  All of us can help by keeping this
 collection stocked with good reading material.  
Whose library is this?  It belongs to 
everybody — neighbors, friends, and
 people we don’t even know yet.
  Anyone can use it.  That’s why we
 want to take care of it.  
Take a book. If you see something
 you would like to read, take it.  Look
 inside and see who gave it; who else
 has read it.                         
Share it. Return it to any Little
 Library or pass it on to a friend.
Give books. Leave notes in them.  Be
 a friend of all libraries by helping any
 way you can. Pay it Forward! 
We support reading for children,
 literacy for adults, and libraries around
 the world.                  
“Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination.
 They open up windows to the world and
 inspire us to explore and achieve, 
and contribute to improving our quality of life. 
Libraries change lives for the better.” 
~Sidney Sheldon