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A Guide To Greening Halloween

Roxanne Rhoads

Publisher: Bewitching Books

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Summary

Halloween is a holiday that can really take its toll on resources: candy, decorations, food, costumes, and more. 
This guide will help you green the three major areas of Halloween fun: the costume, the party and the decorations.

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