Favorite characters come to life during Halloween! Dressing up your pumpkin can be as much fun as getting your own costume together.

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Other great books and pumpkins for Halloween reading fun:

Create Dr. Seuss’s Horton the Elephant or Mo Willems’ Gerald of Elephant and Piggie fame with a pumpkin with a long stem.  Paint the pumpkin and stem gray, add paper ears and add eyes and other features with a black marker once the paint is dry.

A white pumpkin and black marker can make an easy Greg Heffley from Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Or give Greg 3-D features by attaching bent black chenille stems to make his hair, nose and mouth.

Two small white pumpkins, a black marker, glue and pile of blue fluff or feathers and you’ve got Thing 2 and Thing 1 ready for Halloween fun!

 

 

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