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Halloween Honesty

Description: Two young birds learn that honest pays during their Halloween "thick or treat" adventure.

Average Rating:
7.3 (Good)
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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 2 2019

Rating: 2

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 15 2015

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted January 14 2012

Rating: 9

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 30 2010

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 18 2010

Rating: 6

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted August 11 2010

Rating: 10

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No Heading (Rated by: Gerri Whitehead) Posted October 30 2008

Rating: 10

Great script for young children. I'm working with my grandkids on the script and they love it and mastered it easily. Thanks.
Great (Rated by: Megan) Posted October 8 2008

Rating: 10

we did this last year at church. everyone loved it, young and old. thanks!!
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 6 2008

Rating: 10

Thank you for this script, I am excited to use this for a free community puppet show. This is a nice short script with a Halloween theme, with a great moral message that may or may not be used as a Christian message.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 1 2008

Rating: 9

I loved the story and the moral. It was a bit confusing as to positions of devil and angel puppets and narrator relating to stage.
Really nice script (Rated by: april) Posted October 17 2007

Rating: 8

Thanks I was wondering how I could discuss trick or treating without seeming to be focussing on the evils of halloween this will be great thanks so much
Good (Rated by: Babes) Posted February 16 2006

Rating: 1

Good
No Heading (Rated by: Vicki) Posted October 27 2005

Rating: 2

I would have liked this skit much better if the author eliminated Halloween from the story. As a Christian, I can't condone any Halloween activities. The holiday stems from demonic roots that would seek to mock our Lord, with an emphasis on mystical superstitions and the supernatural realm of satan.
No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted September 30 2005

Rating: 5

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 17 2004

Rating: 7

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted February 11 2003

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted December 11 2002

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted November 23 2002

Rating: 8

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No Heading (Rated by: Anonymous) Posted October 17 2002

Rating: 7

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