Halloween

All Hallows Read 2020

It’s been a challenging year and for a time I thought making posters for this year might not be welcomed. But Halloween never dies! Even if your class is your bedroom, please enjoy these posters for All Hallows Read.

 This is my tenth year making free posters for anyone to share and use to advertise All Hallows Read. Free! 

I’ve hosted the full-sized files at dropbox. They’re also at deviantart, if that’s easier to download off of.

I don’t put a year on any of the posters, so you can reuse any of the old ones you’d like such as:

2019Good Omens, Sharks, Genies, and More

2018Ravens, Ribcages, Pirates, and More

2017 –Typewriters, Fairies, Creepy Wallpaper, and Biohazards

2016 –Pumpkin, Skeletons, Haunted Books, and More

2015Trees, Haunted Globe, Bats, and More

2014Raven, Grave Reflection, and more

2013Fairy Witch, Tentacle, and others

2012 Spiders and Bats and Mummies

2011Universal Monsters 

You can download the whole lot for this year from a file here right now if you’d like. I also included all of the past years in the dropbox file so you can add whatever you want whenever you’d like. Time is meaningless!

Now let’s get to the new ones!

This year’s theme should seem pretty obvious.

Haunted House –  “I know not how it was—but, with the first glimpse of the building, a sense of insufferable gloom pervaded my spirit.”

Chained – “The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne as I best could, but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge.” 

Party Prince – “Even with the utterly lost, to whom life and death are equally jests, there are matters of which no jest can be made.”

Raven – “To the fowl whose fiery eyes now burned into my bosom’s core”

You can download the whole lot for this year from a file here right now if you’d like. I also included all of the past years in the dropbox file so you can add whatever you want whenever you’d like. Time is meaningless! 

Once again, they’re all free, all of ’em. So download the links, print, and decorate to your heart’s content.

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