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Mommy, Why Don't We Celebrate Halloween?

eBook|Aug 2015
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Do you know the truth behind the dressing up and trick-or-treating that are important parts of this holiday? If not, you need to read this book with your child. Halloween comes every year-and so does the question: "...


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Do you know the truth behind the dressing up and trick-or-treating that are important parts of this holiday? If not, you need to read this book with your child.

Halloween comes every year-and so does the question: "Mommy, Why Don't We Celebrate Halloween?"

Most likely, your child has either asked you this, or will ask you in the future. This is why you should be ready to explain Halloween to a kid, sharing the dangers of Halloween and discussing Halloween as a pagan holiday.

This book will help your child have a Christian perspective on Halloween, making it clear why you don't celebrate the holiday. It reveals, in story form, the truth behind the activities that have become such an accepted part of Halloween traditions.

Children who read this book and talk about it with their parents will learn how the "fun" of Halloween harms them. They will also learn what to say to others who do not understand the true meaning of Halloween.

-Publisher

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Linda Winwood

Linda Hacon Winwood is a wife and the mother of four daughters between the ages of 11 and 24. She was raised in the Catholic church and attended Catholic schools. Today she attends a nondenominational full gospel church. Linda works part time for the food service department of a public school district. There she sees children who struggle with many difficulties. God has given her a heart for these children. Her passion is to encourage them to listen for God's voice and believe that He can use them to do far more than they would dare to dream.

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