Halloween, Is It For Real?

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Thomas Nelson, Aug 10, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Halloween is an odd mixture of creepy creatures, costume parties, and harvest festivals. It is also a confusing time for those hesitant to celebrate a holiday that traces its roots to pagan practices and beliefs.

Written by Harold Myra, President of Christianity Today, Inc., this trustworthy story is accompanied with fun, whimsical illustrations.


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User Review  - Alysa Sawyer - Christianbook.com

I would not have ordered this on my own but I received this book in the Children's Surprise Pack. I was very disappointed in its inaccuracy. I understand that people have differing views on ... Read full review

User Review  - Melissa - Christianbook.com

Any book that puts this contentious holiday in perspective for people of faith is a good one -- especially when it's intended for children. It also offers parents the opportunity to discuss how other ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Harold Myra served as the president and CEO of Christianity Today International, has taught at Wheaton College Graduate School, and is the author of several books, including Leaders and Surprised by Children. He and his family reside in the Chicago suburbs.

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