Sleep Hollow and the road you’d better not follow

By Donna Davies
Illustrated by Rob Peters

What an excellent story to read to children in October, by a camp fire or with a flashlight shinning underneath your chin in a dark room. The author keeps the reader guessing as to who or what will turn up and where in the story. One minute they are on the road, the next in the bedroom and the next in a cemetery. What a way to keep a child (and adult) on the edge of their seat.
The story and illustration are great and help keep the story moving. It could be because I am not accustomed to the iTurnes format, but I would strongly suggest using the read aloud activation feature and selecting automatic page turner when you read this book. Also, teachers, if you have a VGA connector for your iPad, this would be a great story to use when introducing rhyme or during your Fall party in October. Regardless , you will love this take on an old story!

This story can be purchased on amazon, nook and iTunes.

 

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