Each fall, families around the country join other costumed families in church parking lots for trunk-or-treat fun. Here, two young children dress up in costumes to visit the decorated car trunks at the church fall festival. Little ones will love seeing the children's progress through the displays, as the characters receive treats and even participate in fall festival displays. One of the first to address this relatively new alternative to door-to-door trick-or-treating, this book will engage children as they anticipate the fun of trunk-or-treating. Recommended for ages 2 to 5 years.
A bright and happy introduction to the growing holiday tradition of trunk-or-treating.
Michelle Medlock Adams began her career in journalism; but when she had two children of her own, she quickly turned to writing childrens books, including the successful What Is . . . series for Ideals Childrens Books. Michelle has two grown daughters and lives in Bedford, Indiana, with her husband.