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'A fun-filled, engaging story for young children to enjoy. A SILVER MEDAL WINNER and highly recommended.’ The Wishing Shelf Book Awards
If you were taking children on a walk around your neighbourhood what might you see?
Where would you go?
Read the book to find out what this teacher and her class thought they saw on their journey.
Over this year year, 2020, while in lockdown each of my children’s picture books have been escaping one at a time with a raffle giveaway.
The journey continues but is there a bus?
This time it is the turn of ‘A Spooky Tale’.
Spooky Blog Tour Reviews
‘A spooktacularly funny story with eye catching and wonderfully detailed full color illustrations.' @Felicity Grace Terry.
‘Another great book from Sue, everywhere the children went on their journey around the village they had to face something scary’, @A story about a girl
‘Fun, imaginative and perfect as a Halloween book for your little one.’ @ Jane Hunt writer.
‘This is another fun-filled, imaginative book from Sue Wickstead that is a joy to share,’ @Frasers Fun House.
‘It’s a lovely, easy to read story with heaps of imagination which we’ve come to expect and love from Sue’s writing,’ @Cup of Toast.
‘The teacher was very scared and this made my boys laugh. Fantastic read.' @Welsh mummy blogs.
‘We really enjoyed reading this story together and the chats it has sparked! My son likes magical and fantasy characters and this book has it all.’ @Books and Emma. The twist and turn book blog
‘This makes a great Halloween story, but would also be a fun book to read with students before going on a neighborhood walk,’ @Carla loves to read.
‘A Spooky Tale is a lovely, interactive story book that I’m sure will prove to be very popular with children aged 3 and over this Halloween,’ @Cal Turner Reviews.
‘The hilarious events that take place on the walk and the feisty characters will capture the hearts and minds of adults and children alike,’ @herding cats.
‘It’s fun, attractive and will capture the imagination of the children and families alike,’ @books are my cwitches
‘With a great dollop of humor, both through pictures and through the words, young children will enjoy sharing this story,’ @Cat and mouse Reading.
‘The characters are well done and come across naturally, while adding the right amount of personality,’ @Bookworm for Kids
‘This is a story about the power of imagination, of being able to create your own adventures,’ @Short book and scribes.
‘From the beautiful map at the beginning, through each adventure, and the glorious expressions on each character’s face, this is a fun book to read and share,’ @Lauras interests.
‘It’s a great story to read as you can put lots of feeling and effort into the story,’ @Wrong side of Forty
‘Sue Wickstead’s books have a fantastic charm to them that consume the children listening to the story,’ @writing with wolves.
'The story is long enough to be a great story and short enough to keep young children's attention with the pictures being bright and colourful.' @Black Books Blog
'This book is perfect for young readers who will be entertained by the humorous events involving amongst other things: a dragon,a crocodile, insects, a bear, a wolf and event green aliens! Although, despite the title, the book is not in the least scary.' @Against the flow Press.
'This is definatley one that we will be reading again and I loved the different adventures that they had on the way, it made for an excitingread and one that kept you on your toes!' @Donnas Book blog
Where to get my books
Books are available from the following: My Books
Don't forget to look and ask in your local Museum, book shop or even buy on your Sainsburys on line shop!