Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)
Booklet template: It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book (Created by Visual Paradigm Online's Booklet maker)

It's Pumpkin Day Halloween Book

Have you heard of Halloween?

Halloween, also known as Hallowe'en, All Hallows' Eve, or All Saints' Eve, is a holiday celebrated worldwide on October 31, the night before the Western Christian holiday of All Hallows' Day. Hallowe'en is an abbreviation of the phrase "All Hallows' evening." It marks the start of Allhallowtide, the season of the liturgical year when the dead are remembered, including saints, martyrs, and all the departed. According to one idea, many Halloween customs were influenced by Celtic harvest celebrations, especially the Gaelic holiday Samhain, which is thought to have paganic origins.

Halloween has been celebrated for generations in Ireland and Scotland. Irish and Scottish immigrants introduced many of these traditions to North America in the 19th century, and by the late 20th and early 21st centuries.

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Halloween Party

Halloween Party is a game where you must collect as many pumpkins as possible. You can also try to get the most points by collecting the most pumpkins and making them disappear in one shot. The more pumpkins you have, the higher your score will be. You just need to tap on screen to move left or right. If you want to shoot, press and hold down on screen for 2 seconds until it turns red. Then release it when your pumpkin is ready to be shot at! That’s all there is too it!

Halloween costumes have historically been fashioned after characters like devils, vampires, ghosts, and skeletons. Over time, the costume options grew to include well-known fictional characters, famous people, and archetypal figures like ninjas and princesses. Masks are sold in a Halloween store in Derry, Northern Ireland. By the late 19th century, Halloween costumes and "guising" were very common in Scotland and Ireland.

Food for Halloween

There are many vegetarian delicacies linked with All Hallows' Eve because many Western Christian faiths support vegetarianism on this day. Candy apples, also known as toffee apples outside of North America, caramel apples, and taffy apples are popular Halloween treats made by rolling whole apples in a sticky sugar syrup, sometimes followed by rolling them in nuts.

Candy apples were once frequently given to trick-or-treaters, but the custom quickly disappeared after stories went widely that some people were hiding razor blades and pins in the apples in the United States.

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