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Trick-or-Treat! By: Cara Edenfield
It’s Halloween again! I see lots of jack-o-lanterns. I can’t wait to yell…. Trick-or-Treat!
I have to pick a costume to wear. I can’t wait to yell… Trick-or-Treat!
The houses are lit up with decorations. I can’t wait to yell… Trick-or-Treat!
I get my trick-or-treat bag ready for candy. I can’t wait to yell… Trick-or-Treat!
I have to take a flashlight with me so I can see in the dark. I can’t wait to yell… Trick-or-Treat!
I knock on the door. It’s finally time to yell… Trick-or-Treat!
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