Scar and the Wolf

Scar and the Wolf

by Plainfield Press

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ISBN-13: 9781482698114
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/14/2013
Pages: 98
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.20(d)

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Scar and the Wolf 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MissRead13 More than 1 year ago
This has got to be the most peculiar and strangest retelling of the beloved children's fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood to date. A debut so wildly imaginative that will prompt tweens gossiping about at their school lockers, and adults at the water coolers. It's spooky, hilarious and is guaranteed to be unlike any other zombie story ever written. Readers will chuckle, gasp and wrinkle their noses in disgust (in a good way) at all of the appropriate times. Scar and the Wolf is one of those books that keeps you up late reading under the covers with a flashlight. And, an added bonus are the lessons taught throughout the storyline that all book worms will find themselves taking notes in the margin.
Asand More than 1 year ago
Mom's Thoughts: I loved this modern day re telling of Little Red Riding Hood!  Scarlet is an unique and very interesting little girl that I really enjoyed reading about as well as reading to my sons about too.  My four year loves zombies (not sure why since he has never watched anything with zombies  in it) and the older boys don't really care either way about them.   After I read the book, I just knew I had to read it to the boys out loud.  The chapters are fun and not too long at all, so younger children can really enjoy the book without getting bored with it.  Also, there isn't really anything bloody or gory in the plot line so it is great for younger kids too.   I loved all the little rules that Scarlet's mom and dad tell her to do so she can become a more grown up zombie.  That is a great way to teach your kids that following the rules makes all the difference in the world.  {Of course, I guess I couldn't say the wolf would eat their grandma though}   All in all, this is a great little story with a wonderful lead character that has so much to offer if she can stop long enough to realize its okay to be different.  I think this story is great for boys, girls, moms, dads, and the age group 6 + {of course this depends on your child.  I have a four year old that believes he is a ninja and is always battling the "bad guys" so he was able to handle this just fine.}  One more thing: there were some parts that the boys liked to call "booger" parts.  This means that there were some gross parts in it.  Not gross gross; but funny gross.  I know it is confusing but I have learned living with boys there is a difference.  And yes, I did laugh at it too. I can't wait to read the next book and find out more about the other interesting characters as well as see what else happens to Scarlet, the surfing Grandma, and the rest of the funny little zombies.   Plus I swear Scarlet is the cutest little zombie I have ever seen!  Don't your think so?   ****