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Book review: Small Blue and the Deep Dark Night

Davis, Jon. “Small Blue and the Deep Dark Night.” Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 2014. $16.99. ISBN 9780544164666. Unp. Ages pre-school. p8/q8

This is a great book to read to little children who are afraid of the dark and falling asleep at night. 43 more words

Book Reviews

“Fear of the Dark” incites applause and awe

By: Zenam Saeed ~Staff Writer~

The Xavier Singers delivered a brilliantly entertaining Halloween performance in their show “Fear of the Dark.” The auditioned performance group, which is comprised of 12 talented and dedicated students under the direction of Danny Manning, sang, danced and spooked on the stage of the Gallagher Student Center Theatre on Oct. 452 more words

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"Knock-Knock" walks a line between unnerving and soothing

Who is up for a late-night tour through the house?

Like most Ice Pick Lodge games, Knock-Knock is set in a sombre and dying world. A dying forest in this case, mind you.  546 more words

Art Games

Fear and Phobia in Children

It’s Halloween, so what better time to think about children’s fears? Clearly, for most kids, the idea of dressing up as a zombie, blood sucking vampire or evil witch is fun and funny, so what do children find frightening and why? 1,714 more words

Child Development

Xavier Singers hopes to spook and entertain

By: Aiyana Moore ~Staff Writer~

This Halloween Xavier students have not only candy and costumes to look forward to, but
also the Xavier Singers premiere of “Fear of the Dark,” a music and dance show featuring a live rock n’ roll band. 362 more words

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In the Dark

One morning after seeing my youngest to school I checked in at my local supermarket in time to hear the presenter of a popular British radio station announce the results of a quiz; “that half of Britain is afraid of the dark; not spiders or anything else like that”. 509 more words

TREATS FOR SHADOWS

If you find yourself in dark, in cold,

Check your pockets for treats.

Will you be scared to realize,

You came empty handed to forgotten Zoo? 86 more words