It happens every fall. The leaves from the tall trees that surround her house drift down until the teeny tiny woman's teeny tiny house is buried completely. Inside it's dark and a teeny tiny bit scary, but the resourceful woman has a plan and a few surprises up her teeny tiny sleeve.Written to be shared through read-aloud or story-telling, the type face indicates where the teller should be whispering and when suddenly s/he should shout, surprising the listeners or even causing them to jump―perfect for spooky story times at Halloween and around the campfire on summer evenings. Short enough for even young children to remember after reading or hearing the story a few times, the book encourages children to tell the tale themselves, making a family tradition.Former Disney Publishing executive, Lauren L. Wohl, tells an all-new story starring a favorite character from folklore with an autumnal chill and a special treat that brings the book to a perfect-for-Halloween ending. Children will want to return to the teeny tiny house again and again to enjoy Henry Cole's illustrations that capture the mood and the humor of the tale.Sure to be a perennial holiday favorite, like The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything," a book that makes the bestseller list every single Halloween!
An intricate diamond pattern sets this sweater romper apart from the rest. Its double jacquard construction features an allover pattern in reverse colors, adding interest to both the inside and outside of the garment. Dressing baby is easy with a center front button closure. Pair with our matching jacquard blanket for the perfect gift!
Forum novelties henry the horse plush mascot costume. Whether you use this plush mascot costume to ensure you'll be the life of the costume party, or as a tool to promote your business, team, or event, everyone will take notice for more than 30 years, Forum novelties has been a leader in the costume industry, as well as the joke, trick, magic, and novelty gift item business. Forum offers over 8, 000 items to choose from, ranging from baby costumes, to adult and plus-size costumes, to pet costumes. Look to Forum novelties for all of your Halloween, luau, Christmas, mardi gras, and St. Patrick's day supplies. From funny to frightening, Forum has it all
Designed by Shelly Comiskey for Henry Glass & Co this cotton print fabric features a glow in the dark Halloween theme design and is perfect for quilting apparel and home dÃcor accents. Colors include shades of grey black and orange.
Tattooed. Muscled. A beast on the field and in the bedroom.I’m the opposite of what PhD student Samantha thinks she wants.But damn, I know what she needs.I might be five years younger than her, but I know how to satisfy a real woman.This Halloween I’m going to make my curvy cougar purr like the sex-kitten she was meant to be.It’s October at Oak Ridge University and the sorority sisters at Mi Alpha Alpha have decided to put on a haunted house as a fundraiser for the Oak Ridge Children’s Hospital. It’s a spooky time of year, but also sexy AF and these honeys are ready to make some memories that they’ll take to the grave!
The O. Henry Prize Stories 2018 contains twenty prize-winning stories chosen from thousands published in literary magazines over the previous year. The winning stories come from a mix of established writers and emerging voices, and are uniformly breathtaking. They are accompanied by essays from the eminent jurors on their favorites, observations from the winning writers on what inspired their stories, and an extensive resource list of magazines that publish short fiction."The Tomb of Wrestling," Jo Ann Beard, Tin House "Counterblast," Marjorie Celona, The Southern Review "Nayla," Youmna Chlala, Prairie Schooner "Lucky Dragon," Viet Dinh, Ploughshares "Stop ’n’ Go," Michael Parker, New England Review "Past Perfect Continuous," Dounia Choukri, Chicago Quarterly Review "Inversion of Marcia," Thomas Bolt, n+1 "Nights in Logar," Jamil Jan Kochai, A Public Space "How We Eat," Mark Jude Poirier, Epoch "Deaf and Blind," Lara Vapnyar, The New Yorker "Why Were They Throwing Bricks?," Jenny Zhang, n+1 "An Amount of Discretion," Lauren Alwan, The Southern Review "Queen Elizabeth," Brad Felver, One Story "The Stamp Collector," Dave King, Fence "More or Less Like a Man," Michael Powers, The Threepenny Review "The Earth, Thy Great Exchequer, Ready Lies," Jo Lloyd, Zoetrope "Up He...
This is durable and beautiful pillow case! It's perfect to decorate your living room, bedroom diningroom, office, bed sofa chair car, and more.They are good gifts for your friends family!
Our version of this flag is made of light-weight polyester for durability. It is a large 3 foot by 5 foot flag, and has a reinforced hoist side, with 2 metal grommets.