We have had so much fun on this tour! Trockle still hasn't settled on what he wants to be for Halloween, but he has been trying on new costumes at every stop. At Auntie Lynne's, he almost decided on "Jedi Ghost" - Luke Skywalker with a halo and angel wings. All of our hosts have been so kind, spoiling them rotten with Choco-Tacos, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, and enough candy to make Willy Wonka sick.
Elysabeth Eldering challenged everyone's creativity and encouraged readers to imagine and describe their own monsters. Trockle found two new playmates: V and Fretta. The next day, Ron Berry (formerly "Surreal Writer," now "Unwriter") interviewed author Holly Jahangiri (me!) and Trockle. Throughout the week, Trockle's Auntie Lynne shared her children's reviews of the book, Trockle. Katherine, 12, and Brendan, 10, share their impressions of the tale (I think they should get extra credit in Language Arts for this, but maybe I'm just biased).
The "wrap-up" found Jordan painting murals and me lolling on the couch with my tongue hanging out, having had one too many Choco-Tacos. But here you are, and I'd encourage you to check out all the great blogs that left their porch lights on for us as we ran around the Cyberhood yelling, "Trick or Treat!"
If you missed our adventures earlier, be sure to visit Trick-or-Treat? Trockle's Adventures Continue.