Plus you could win your very own copy (U.S. Addresses only) thanks to National Geographic Kids and Media Masters Publicity. Here are the not so scary details…
The giveaway will only run for two days (So the winner can enjoy this new book before the big day). To enter either make a comment below or send me an email (gpcolo -at- gmail-dot-com) with your desire to enter. I’ll draw a winner at 6pm EST tomorrow (October 22, 2020).
Calling all boys and ghouls: You’re in for a treat of freaky facts, stats, tidbits, and trivia about one of the most popular holidays! Did you know that there is an underwater pumpkin carving contest? Or that the U.S. Defense Department has a zombie apocalypse plan? Maybe you’d be amazed to discover that there are more Halloween emojis than there are U.S. states? It’s all weird–and it’s all true–in this latest and greatest edition, packed with hilarious and terrifying tidbits on Halloween!
Filled with Halloween facts about places, people, and animals, I finished this book in one sitting. Certain pages had me smiling while others had my eyes wide open at the amazing photos and facts. The 200 plus pages are a lot of fun as this sample shows:
The compact size is perfect for the middle grade reader to take in the car. It will instantly rid them of that kid sized problem of “I’m bored!” They most likely will entertain you with a few favorite pages. I’m still shaking my head at the haunted house attraction that is a mile long!
It could be a trickier Halloween than normal this year, so be sure to enter for a chance to get your own copy of this soon to be spooky classic.
My boys would love this fun sounding book.
I love that type of book and would be delighted if I won a copy! Thanks for the opportunity.
I would love to see all these amazing, scary facts! I’d love to share it with kids!
We have 5 Boys that would enjoy this book, thanks for the chance 2 win it.
This book sounds packed full of fun trivia and I personally would love to witness that sky jump and experience (virtually) the mile-long haunted house. Thanks for the chance!
What a great book for Halloween fun! Wish I knew about it before now. Don’t enter me in the contest, because I sent off books to my grandkids.
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