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Ten Trick or Treaters: five

October 28th, 2008


Trick or treat! You hear something on the porch. It’s a robot!
This is Trick-or-Treater number 5 of 10 for the contest to name and describe the character. Get started! Winners announced on Halloween.

Ten Trick or Treaters: four

October 28th, 2008


Knock knock! You peek through the door and see this little lady and her cat, awaiting her treats. Who is she?
Trick-or-Treater number 4 of 10 for the contest to name and describe the character. Go ahead! Winners announced on Halloween.

Ten Trick or Treaters: Three

October 27th, 2008


This is trick-or-treater number three for the contest I am having. Is he in costume? Is he for real? Give him a name, and tell us who he is. Winners announced on Halloween.

Ten Trick or Treaters: Two

October 24th, 2008


This is trick-or-treater number two for the contest I am having. Give him a name, and tell us who he is. Winners announced on Halloween.

Ten Trick or Treaters: One

October 24th, 2008


This is trick-or-treater number one for the contest I am having. Give him/her a name, and tell us who (s)he is. Special bonus points for rhyming! Winners announced on Halloween.

Ten Trick or Treaters: a contest

October 24th, 2008

Ten Trick or Treaters: a contest

In the wake of the great Adam Rex’s earth-shattering haiku contest he ran on his blog, I am copying him by having a contest of my own. Over the next week I’ll be posting ten trick-or-treaters here and on my Flickr page. They need names and maybe little descriptions. This is where you come in. In the comments section here and on my blog you can give each character a name, and tell his/her story.
The contest is being judged by Adam himself, world-famous author Judy Sierra, and if I can talk them into it, my kids. The winner will receive a copy of the book that Judy wrote and I illustrated called BEASTLY RHYMES, signed by me and I’ll draw the winning character in it. There will likely be more prizes as well. Stuff like canned fish and M&Ms. I hope to announce the winners on Halloween, Friday October 31.
I’ll be posting more info as it comes. Stay tuned for Trick-or-Treater numbers one and two…