Hallow-e’en or Hallow-Even is the last night of October, being the eve or vigil of All-Hallow’s or All Saint’s Day, and no holiday in all the year is so informal or so marked by fun both for grown-ups as well as children as this one.
On this night there should be nothing but
laughter, fun and mystery. It is the night when Fairies dance, Ghosts, Witches, Devils and mischief-making Elves wander around. It is the night when all sorts of charms and spells are invoked for prying into the future by all young folks and sometimes by folks who are not young.
Hallow-e’en cannot only be about costumes; you can play these games to bring variety and excite your family. The book also shows how to decorate the home for the celebration.
It teaches how to use basic things like tomatoes, candles, autumn leaves etc to make a wonderful impression for your guests. This is a wonderful collection put together for anyone who needs ideas for the Halloween celebration.