Bully Dinosaur hated Halloween.  There was one thing that he loved about Halloween.  It was stealing food from the farmers.  It was a good night to steal from them because they were sleeping.  It was the time of the year when they took in all the crops.  But they forgot to take out the cabbages, the corn and the turnips. 

Bully Dinosaur went to the pet store and bought rabbits. 

He wanted the bunnies to eat all the vegetables that they forgot in the garden because Bully Dinosaur knew that they were having a vegetable party the next day, on Halloween day.  When Bully Dinosaur got to the farmer’s house, he left the bunnies out of their cage.  They went out of the cage screaming, “FOOD, FOOD!” and ran to the garden.  They ate all the vegetables very fast.  “Crunch, crunch, crunch, chomp!”  And no more food was left in the garden, just dirt. 

Bully Dinosaur said, “There’s food, lots of food in the house.”  The rabbits didn’t know how to get in the house.  But the farmer had forgotten to close a window.  They snuck in the house and sniffed around for vegetables, and ate them all up.  And they were still hungry.


The farmer had a dog.  The rabbits were fighting for the dog food.  The farmer and the dog woke up together.  The rabbits heard the farmer say, “What’s going on here?” The rabbits jumped out of the window and ran fast into the cage.  Bully Dinosaur left very quickly with the rabbits in the cage.  But, the farmer had six hundred corns on the cob hiding on the shelves. 


The next day, it was Halloween.  Bully Dinosaur was very happy because he was sure he ruined the day for the people going to the party.  When Bully Dinosaur saw the people eating corn, he screamed, “NOooooooo!”  And the police knew that Bully Dinosaur was to blame.  They threw him in jail without any corn.  And he stayed in jail for four weeks.  His mom was very mad!


The end (November 1st, 2007)

Look at the bottom for a Halloween recipe:







Rinse pumpkin seeds. Use your fingers to remove all the pulp. Drain pumpkin seeds and discard pulp. Spread out on paper towels on a cookie sheet to dry overnight.

Preheat oven to 250 F.
Line a baking sheet with non-stick foil.

Toss pumpkin seeds in olive oil, butter, or spray with cooking spray. Sprinkle with salt, garlic powder, onion powder, seasoned salt, cayenne pepper, or your choice of seasonings. Toss to coat.

Bake about 1 hour, tossing every 15 to 20 minutes, until golden brown.

Cool pumpkin seeds before eating. Store in an airtight container at room temperature up to 3 months or refrigerate up to 1 year.