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Frank Enstein, portrayed by Frank Birdsall, is disappointed he loses the sixth to eighth grade portion of Mokena Community Public Library District’s costume contest during its Booktacular party Saturday, Oct. 20. Winner Divya Thumu, 12, of Tinley Park, wasn’t intimidated by the competition. Photos by T.J. Kremer III/22nd Century Media
Stormtroopers Anjaili (left), 7; Vikram (middle), 4; and Shivam Shah, 3, from Orland Park, take part in some of the craft construction at Mokena Community Public Library District on Saturday, Oct. 20, during the library’s Bootacular Halloween event.
Costumed children line up for the judges and family in the costume contest.
Gretel Hansen and son Henry, 1, win Best Costume in the 0-PreK division for Henry’s baby avocado costume.
Emma Reyes (left middle, Minion), 10, of Tinley Park; Prachi Panchal (far left), 10, of Tinley Park; and Riya Patel, 10, also of Tinley Park greet Frankenstein, AKA Frank Birdsall.
T.J. Kremer III, Editor
3:29 pm CDT October 22, 2018
When one goes to the Mokena Community Public Library District to drop off or pick up some books, one does not usually expect to find a 8-foot tall live Frankenstein Monster to greet them at the door.