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  • Posted August 13, 2009

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    enjoyable Halloween story

    Did you ever wonder why witches ride brooms? Well, as author Sally M. Walker tells it, the story all began a million spells ago with an ancient witch named Druscilla. In those days, witches crept about on tiptoe and scared children on Halloween from the ground. But Druscilla had the loudest, creakiest knees that anyone had ever heard, so she could not surprise people. Her knees even sent rabbits, squirrels, and fireflies scurrying. Not to be denied her fun, one Halloween, she tried several different ways to be sneaky--riding a donkey, rolling in a wheelbarrow, even making wings with chicken feathers so that she could fly. However, all these attempts failed. Then, as she was sweeping up the feathers, she had a brilliant idea. Can you guess what it was? This delightful tale of Druscilla's Halloween, a little spooky but not too scarry for small children, along with the fascinating illustrations by Lee White, will be a welcomed addition to the Halloween literature for kindergartners and elementary age students. I found it enjoyable.

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