Thursday, October 29, 2009


Galloping grape groundhogs! It's Halloween time in Cavern City.

I like trick-or-treating, but not for the candy. I like it because when I'm wearing a costume, I can walk all over town and nobody knows it's me—not even Jacin.

Jacin Means is a terror who just happens to be in the fifth grade with me. He pesters me constantly at school and everywhere else for that matter. At least on Halloween night, I can walk right past him and he'll never know it's me. I wish I could do that every day.

The only problem is Mom will insist I drag Mica around with me on Halloween night. Having him with me is a dead give-away. Mica is particularly short for his age, and even if he's in costume, most people here in Cavern City will know it's him. A thinking person would realize that I am probably the one with Mica, but I'm counting on Jacin not being a thinking person. He rarely thinks.

I'll let you know how it goes . . .


1 comment:

  1. I have read this book and it is great for grade school age children and even high school students would also enjoy it. Very mysterious and captures your imagination. It should do well.