The story takes you through the activities of 13 classic Halloween characters counting up to the grand finale of flying ghosts. Dickinson's descriptive language and refreshing rhyme scheme makes Over in the Hollow a fun read through out. Also, the illustrations? Love at first sight. I'm a sucker for S.britt's style and his images remind me of the 'good 'ole days'. (Charley Harper, ect) My favorite page, hands down, is the page with the owls. I liked it so much I almost decided to be the sleepy owl for Halloween. Bottom line, Over in the Hollow is a must have for your book shelves. But, beware, it's so catchy it may get stuck in your head.
I told you the page with the owls was awesome.