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Touched by Love
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November 2008
On Sale: November 4, 2008
Featuring: Jaret Walker; Isabel Bennett
320 pages
ISBN: 1420101013
EAN: 9781420101010
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Also by Tracy Garrett:
Touched by Love, November 2008
Touch of Texas, October 2007

Most everyone knows that Halloween, October 31, is the day before All Saints or All Hallows Day. But did you know that some of our modern traditions grew from the ancient Celts more than 2000 years ago? The Celtic festival of Samhain, or the Feast of the Dead, celebrates the day when summer ends and winter begins. It is believed to be the day when the dead revisit the mortal world.

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2 comments posted.

Re: Tracy Garrett | Happy “All Hallows Eve”

I didn't know that the origin of Halloween dated back that far. I've always just thought of it as a fun holiday for kids.
(Alicia Day 12:40pm October 31, 2008)

People in Mexico go to the graveyard and decorate and leave food for the dead to enjoy when they come back
(Jean Sagarese 10:33pm October 31, 2008)

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