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It was about a group of school children were taken to the 'past" to witness a Halloween party and they wind up disappearing into the party crowd?
 
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"Time in Thy Flight," which can be found in S is for Space and possibly other collections.
 
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It's also in the following collections:

1. Classic Stories 2 (1990)

2. A Medicine for Melancholy and Other Stories (1998)

3. Bradbury Stories (2003)

4. Ray Bradbury Stories, Volume 2 (2008).

Note that numbers 1 and 2 are the same book, retitled. The same applies to no. 3 and 4. No. 4 is a UK-only publication. If you go hunting for used paperbacks, you're most likely to find S Is for Space or Classic Stories 2.
 
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THANK YOU!! It was driving me crazy
 
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You're welcome and glad to see you here!
 
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Originally posted by douglasSP:
Note that numbers 1 and 2 are the same book, retitled. The same applies to no. 3 and 4. No. 4 is a UK-only publication. If you go hunting for used paperbacks, you're most likely to find S Is for Space or Classic Stories 2.


And THAT drives ME crazy! I had read all the stories BEFORE the "Classic" collections came out and didn't know where on the list to count the books! And NO introductions so I couldn't just read those and count the date I read them! I guess I'll have to learn exact publication dates and list them there...though as the list is chronological it will mean renumbering from that point on...Grrrr!
 
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lol- I already went on Amazon and ordered s is for space. I know that I had it, but (sob) a bunch of books I've had since I was a pre-teen/teen have "gone missing" and I'm trying to get back some of my favorites. Thank You again- you sound like a Bradbury scholar
 
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lol- I already went on Amazon and ordered s is for space. I know that I had it, but (sob) a bunch of books I've had since I was a pre-teen/teen have "gone missing" and I'm trying to get back some of my favorites. Thank You again- you sound like a Bradbury scholar


I pretty well pass for one and am well acquainted with the names of those who are!
 
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