Sunday, October 31, 2010

L. Frank Baum's Hallowe'en

Boo! Did I scare you? I didn't think so...

Anyway, we've just posted our monthly FREE Tiger Tale on the Hungry Tiger Press website. This month it's L. Frank Baum's short ghost story My Ruby Wedding Ring  Come take a look!

In addition I'm also happy to share a short poem by L. Frank Baum from Father Goose's Year Book (1907). Happy Hallowe'en!

October Thirty-First

Future husbands may be seen
On the night of Hallowe'en;
Also front gates may be found
In the back yard on the ground.
When the door-bell rings don't worry
For the boys are in a hurry.
Ghosts are seen both fat and lean
On this frisky "hallowed" e'en.

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