Who else lives over in the hollow? A papa mummy and his little mummies two, a mama owl and her little owlets three...and more! And they all have something to say, whether it's to hoot, to howl, to hiss, or to yowl. Inspired by Olive E. Wadsworth's classic counting rhyme, 'Over in the Meadow,' this spooky take on the popular Appalachian poem is a wonderful read-aloud, with its playful rhyme and repetition. It's perfect for readers of all ages who enjoy a fun-not scary-approach to the world of ghosts, werewolves, and their kind.
Rebecca Dickinson lives and works: Over near Seattle, where the rain falls damp and wet, In an old spooky house, with three children and her pets. She loves to write and draw about fun and creepy creatures, because, of course, Halloween is her very favorite holiday. This is her fifth book. Stephan Britt dreams of one day retiring in Transylvania and opening a flight school for bats. When he's not drawing, he enjoys bicycling, traveling, and sleeping in the cozy confines of his creaky coffin. He lives in Portland, Oregon.