All Hallow’s Read – A Neil Gaiman Tradition

Once again, it’s time for All Hallows Read, a wonderful idea thought up by Neil Gaiman where we give each other scary stories for Halloween.  Here’s Neil himself, explaining it:

(if you want a giggle, turn on the auto closed captioning)

I will try to, throughout October, post some of my favorite Halloween reads, for young and old.  Personally, I think it should involve sharing creepy stories all month, with book exchanges on the day.

Halloween is my favorite holiday even before this, it being the one day a year I can gleefully scare the hell out of small children, and their parents are fine with it.

A great place to start is my Coraline post, which is also an excellent way to scare your own children.

Happy Hallowed Reading!



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2 responses to “All Hallow’s Read – A Neil Gaiman Tradition

  1. Pingback: 10 Easy and quick Do it yourself Hallow’s eve Ideas For Little ones | Halloween Holiday

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