A young boy named Jack discovers his Grandpa Frank as a soul, just by turning on his Jack O' Lantern. Together, they set up their pumpkin patch for the first time in over 50 years in hopes that it can be a tradition for Jack and his family. It is a heartwarming story that shows the love between a grandfather and his grandson. Written by first time author Cooper Gunner and illustrator Chelsea Blodgett.
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Jack and the Soul
By Cooper Gunner, Chelsea Blodgett
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Hello Ghoulies and Ghouls, let me tell you a heartwarming story between a Grandpa and a Grandson. For many years, Frank and Elizabeth Smith lived in a two story house on 425 Pumpkin Drive.
Their most favorite holiday was Halloween. Every year in October, they would host their annual pumpkin patch on their 20 acre field.
People from all around the county would come to visit the pumpkin patch. It was complete with a corn maze, a garden full of pumpkins, a tractor ride, a pig race and pumpkins which were shot out of a cannon.
There were delicious homemade pumpkin donuts and apple cider which you could smell for miles.
The pumpkin patch brought so much joy to Frank and Elizabeth as they loved to see the happiness it brought to everyone.
Sadly though, Frank passed away, and Elizabeth moved away to be with family and friends.
The tradition of the pumpkin patch which had lasted for 53 years in Cooperville would come to an end. The house remained empty for many years, until Frank's son and family moved into it.
They had two kids, an 11 year old daughter named Brittany and a 7 year old son named Jack.
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