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5,0 sur 5 étoilesSleepy Hollow
5 février 2013 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Loved it because I've always liked the story and the illustrations are wonderful. Also have the VHS video, which is how I was introduced to this book. The only problem is that the print is too small to really read, and I can't seem to enlarge it. The story and pictures have a light, fun spookiness that's enjoyable in any season but especially in the fall.
I love this story and was looking forward to reading it on my Samsung Fascinate Android 2.3.5 phone; however, the print is too small and I can't seem to enlarge it. Maybe this will be better on my new ASUS TF300 tablet once I set that up. Luckily, I only spent $0.99 on the book. I'm wondering if all these children's books are the same. I have some classic books (Dickens, etc.) that do allow me to enlarge the font. So, maybe it's just this series.
5,0 sur 5 étoilesAn eerie enchantment to a Classic
8 juin 2007 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I picked this version because of the illustrations and it became a part of my personal library some years back. Every year in the fall, I return to Sleepy Hollow and to Icabod's misadventure with the Hessian. A unique tale by Mr. Washington and I especially enjoy the mysterious ending, leaving the reader to wonder the were abouts of Icabod Crane and the Headless Horseman.
Whenever I venture at twilight out in to the forest for a walk in the moonlight, I am often reminded of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow and it's local ghost habitant who haunts the town riding in the shadows with it's pumpkin head by it's side.
Author of White Holly
A note: When I was a child my family and I lived in a tiny community in Falls Church, Va called none other than "Sleepy Hollow". We lived on Crane Drive. The elementary school I attended at that time was Sleepy Hollow Elementary.