Ontonagon, Mich. (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
Many parents and guardians view the first solo trick-or-treating excursion as a rite of passage for their children. Author Carol Reid’s new book, “Spook-ee Wook-ee Halloween” (published by AuthorHouse) addresses this coming-of-age tradition with crazy, little rhymes that make the book fun to listen to and read.
The story focuses on the experience of a young boy during his first Halloween going out alone. His imagination runs wild with things he thinks he hears and sees.
An excerpt from “Spook-ee Wook-ee Halloween”:
“When the wind is NOISE-EE-WOISE-EE in the trees all around
There are GHOST-EE-WOAST-EES EVERYWHERE but they cannot be found!!”
Children who have gone trick-or-treating will find something to relate to in this story. Trick-or-treating is,
“a very memorable part of childhood,” writes Reid.
About the Author
This is Carol Reid's first published book. She began writing stories, poetry and lyrics as a child. It's appropriate that her first book is a children's book. She loves children, especially telling and reading them stories. She is founder and current president of The Ontonagon Theater of Performing Arts, a professional photographer and past editor-publisher of an industrial in-house newspaper. She loves music, playing keyboard, reading, writing, playing golf, poetry and Lake Superior Sunsets. Having traveled throughout Europe and the United States, she has come full circle back to where she was born in Ontonagon, Mich., a little town on the shores of Lake Superior. She and her husband, John, have one son, Rick.
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