midnight in the moonlight in the basement of the library: part one

Yes, the moonlight falls on the ancient, well polished, linoleum floors of the basement of the Noakes Library, in spite of the fact that it’s a basement and there are few, if any, true windows.  At least on Halloween it does. It’s always a full moon on Halloween in Kekionga, and on that night, at least, all the basement windows open.

The Archives are in the basement, and Archivist Lykander’s office mate, the Small Feather Bat (a former Halloween decoration himself) always celebrates the holiday with an all night marathon of Sudoku and small scale hauntings. midnight1-batBut when he looks up from his puzzles and chair movings (he always manages to get them right where those clumsy humans will trip over them), he sees the moon in the window, over the piles of books, and he thinks that later he might take a flap around the neighborhood.

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