It's Halloween and Turkey and his barnyard pals really want some of that delicious candy the farmers are handing out. But candy is for children, not for farm animals! Turkey and his friends must come up with some clever costumes to trick the farmers into giving them some Halloween treats.
This book examines different ways that people around the world can move away from consumerism to more sustainable lifestyles. What does this mean exactly? This book examines how people might modify their buying habits. For example, there is a chapter on the “moneyless man”, who barters for goods and services. In addition, the book encourages readers to seek out alternative modes of energy and production. This book will certainly generate conversation and debate on social and environmental issues. Recommended for grades 4-7.
Herbert is a cute little black cat that doesn't have a home so he takes refuge in the local library. One day he overhears that witches love black cats and he sets off to find himself a witch. This is an adorable story anytime of the year, but especially perfect for October!