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BOOK­WORMS did not need to visit the hor­ror sec­tion at Ger­rards Cross Li­brary to get a scare on Hal­loween.

CHIL­DREN en­joyed a pooky story ses­sion when they vis­ited a brary on Hal­loween. Ger­rards Cross Com­mu­nity Li­brary held he event on Fri­day last week, and young­sters on their half-term went long to en­joy the fun. They dressed up as kele­tons, ghosts and witches, and were read

cary sto­ries.

The li­brary reg­u­larly holds story ses­sions for chil­dren, but staff in­tro­duced the dressin­gup theme to this event be­cause it co­in­cided with Hal­loween.

Li­brary man­ager Lor­raine Sur­ridge said: “We thought it would be fun to hold a Hal­loween story ses­sion where the chil­dren could dress up for it.”

Photo by Grant Humphreys www.buyaphoto NL201411018

SPOOKY: Eve­lyn Devine, four

MASKED MEN: (Above, from left) Oliver Cousens, four, with is brother Ruben, six, lis­ten to sto­ries read by (right) ac­que­line Ben­nett at Ger­rards Cross Li­brary

Pho­tos by Grant Humphreys www.buyapho­ WL201411018

BONE IDOL: (Above) Ciaran Devine, seven; (left) Carmel Devine and daugh­ter Molly, two

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