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Six Keiki-Approved Halloween Books

Nathan Kamʻs son Ensen picks six Halloween books worth a read

With the scariest holiday of the year right around the corner, Nathan's kids share their favorite bedtime stories that have helped get their family into the Halloween spirit.
 

Make Your Own Halloween Shrunken Head

Carve then shrink your own "head" using a fall favorite fruit, apples.

Looking for unique Halloween decorations? All you’ll need is a few apples, salt, lemon juice and some pumpkin carving tools.

Make Your Own Countdown to Halloween Tree

Are the kids excited for Halloween? Have them make a countdown tree to mark the days until they go trick-or-treating.

Keep track of the days leading up to Halloween with this fun, homemade interactive pumpkin tree.

Healthier Chocolate Chip Muffins

A sweet butterless treat and five ways to dress it up for those Halloween parties.

 

Since the kids are sure to get a hearty dose of sugar this Halloween, how about whipping up a healthy sweet they will go crazy for?

Witch’s Brooms and 5 Other Halloween Snack Ideas

Looking for more healthy Halloween treats? Try cheese witches brooms and 5 other neat ideas to dress up everything from your pizza to fruit cups.

Your pizza, juice box, and even pretzels and cheese get a spooky makeover for a healthier spin on Halloween treats.

First Look: The New Aiea Public Library

Take a tour inside the new Aiea Public Library.

Take a tour inside the new Aiea Public Library.

Coming Soon: Nanakuli Public Library

Sketches and renderings of the new Nanakuli Public Library.

First Look: Amazing Adaptations at Waikiki Aquarium

Seahorses, pipefish and seadragons come to Waikiki.

T-Rex Planet at Windward Mall

We watch and ride prehistoric creatures.

7 Tips for the 50th State Fair - 2014

From shows to bathrooms, we have seven tips for families heading to the 50th State Fair.

Cover Kids 2015

Your child could be on the cover of the next issue of Honolulu Family. Click here to learn how!

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