The Witch Who Saved Halloween
By: Kimberly M. Hall
About the Book
Ella and Flora are happily excited it’s Halloween, but one of them doesn’t have a costume. Will they find a costume in time or will they have to cancel their only night of Halloween fun?
A Few Words from the Author
The Witch Who Saved Halloween is the author’s first published children’s book, a short story of her fond memories of Halloween. It is a celebration of long-lasting friendship; those which begin in our childhood and have survived throughout the years, because we learn to accept each other’s characteristics. It is the stepping-stone for the building of “character” when children first question the meaning of cultural diversity and how it affects the roles in a friendship.
The surprise creativity project will inspire and unleash the imagination of young readers everywhere! Also included are valuable safety tips to ensure a safe and enjoyable Halloween.
Give the Gift of Reading! Purchase a copy to read now and one as a keepsake for your children’s library.
About the Author
Kimberly M. Hall grew up in a small village in southern New York State. In between taking college courses at the local community college, she began her career as a civil servant for a New York State government agency.
After twenty-four years of dedicated service, Kimberly resigned from her position as a human resources professional to fulfill her parental obligations full-time. Kimberly is the mother of three children. In her free time, she enjoys some of her favorite hobbies, such as writing and baking. Her future plans are to complete a Bachelor’s Degree in English.
(2017, Paperback, 34 pages)