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We're launching the Book Tour for HALL-O-WEEN! by Tia Perkin! #HallPrism


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Book Tour Launch for
Hall-O-Ween!
By Tia Perkin

Author Interview

What was your motivation behind Hall-O-Ween!? Why did you want to write it?

“Hall-O-Ween!” was a follow-up to my other books, “Two!” and “Three!”, which were somewhat autobiographical accounts of life with my twin toddler boys. With those, I wanted to make something for my kiddos to read and hold onto, but they also were a way for me to commemorate their milestones (as crazy as those times were). For “Hall-O-Ween!”, I wanted to continue the series, but also weave in some of my memories and fantasies of Halloween as a kid. Halloween was always one of my favorite times growing up. My dad was always helping my brothers to decorate the front yard (in competition with one of the neighbors) and my mom would help us make our costumes. I wanted to bring all of that excitement to life in my book.

What do you hope readers take with them after they’ve read it?

I want to bring that same sort of joy and excitement that I've always gotten from Halloween to anyone who reads this.

Do you have a favorite picture book to read with your kids?

I have so many. I loved reading my kids all of the “Elephant and Piggie” books and, of course, “Room on the Broom.”

If you could sum the book up in one sentence, what would you say? 

"Hall-O-Ween!" is a spooky little rhyming book about all the sweet bites and fun frights on Halloween day and night.

Share something about you that is unique - maybe about how/where you write... or favorite snack foods?

I like to write my books by hand first - on napkins, notebooks, index cards – whenever the inspiration strikes. For all of my books, I've done the majority of my writing and illustrating while sipping an iced tea and eating a chocolate chip cookie at the Wildflower Bread Company. They know me well at Wildflower, and I've done all my book launches there.


Hall-O-Ween!
By Tia Perkin
Children's Picture Book
Paperback & ebook, 38 Pages
October 1st 2018

"Hall-O-Ween!" is a spooky little rhyming book about all the sweet bites and fun frights on Halloween day and night.

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Tour Schedule

September 23rd:
Launch
Jorie Loves A Story
Baroness' Book Trove
September 24th:
Bookworm Lisa
Splashes of Joy
September 25th:
Life Is What It's Called
Cover Lover Book Review
September 26th:
Colorimetry
Two points of interest
Wishful Endings
September 27th:
Teatime and Books
J. L. Mbewe
September 28th:
Locks, Hooks and Books
Christy's Cozy Corners
September 29th:
Grand Finale

About the Author


Tia Perkin is a three-time Emmy-Nominated Graphic Artist turned stay-at-home mom and freelancer. Her first children's book, "Two!", was written for her now seven-year-old twin sons - partially as a gift and partially as a coping mechanism for a double-helping of toddler hijinx! She is continuing on the series and has most recently released "Hall-O-Ween!".


Tour Giveaway


One winner will receive a Halloween Trick-Or-Treat Tote Bag filled with the following "Hall-O-Ween!" goodies (US only):
- "Hall-O-Ween!" Button
- "Hall-O-Ween!" Color & Activity Book
- Set of 10 Crayola Markers
- "Hall-O-Ween!" Sticker
- "Hall-O-Ween!" Bookmark
- "Hall-O-Ween!" Postcard
- "Hall-O-Ween!" Kid's T-Shirt (Size Small)
- Green and Black Striped Kid's Halloween Socks

Ends October 2, 2019
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  1. Hall-o-ween sounds like a delightful children's book with a touch of real life!

    I love the fun of dressing up in costumes and pretending to be something one is not. For a short moment, one can become a character or person he/she, most likely, will never become.

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  2. this looks like a great book for me to read to my son

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  3. I love the cover of the book. It's so colorful. This would be a great book for my granddaughter.
    I love the fun of dressing up and going truck or treating.

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