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For Halloween, learning about skeletons, and some tips on the art of the pumpkin
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Molly Dunham Glassman
Date: Oct 14, 1994
Start Page: 6.D
Section: FEATURES
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In addition to glow-in-the-dark stickers that children can paste on as eyes, noses and mouths, there are four pages of stencils to cut out and use as carving guides. Safety hints abound, as do hints on using recycled materials (bottle caps for a nose, broom straws for whiskers) and recipes for roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin pie and pumpkin bread.

* John Archambault, best known for the classic alphabet book "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom," is branching out into songwriting. His first release with his singing partner, David Plummer, was "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and Other Coconutty Songs," a cassette that won a Parent's Choice award last year.

Concert tickets ($4) can be purchased at the door or in advance at Stepping Stones, a bookstore at 24 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Bel Air. Tapes ($11.25 each) are available for purchase at the concert or the store. In addition, Mr. Archambault and Mr. Plummer will appear to sign books and tapes at the store from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday. Mr. Archambault's latest book is "A Beautiful Feast for a Big King Cat."

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