Sasquatch Tales: Woodbooger’s Woods
By Dana Lynd
I love it when people think outside the box, and there is not doubt that author Dana Lynd did just that when coming up with the idea for Sasquatch Tales: Woodbooger’s Woods.
The book shares an account of a family’s camping trip to the woods. Knocks are heard, a footprint is found, but not much really comes from the events. When the end of the book is reached, the reader is instructed to turn the book over and backwards, and then to read the book again. This time it is presented from the eyes of a sasquatch watching the family on their camping trip.
The book is an excellent example of perspectives in storytelling, and with a sasquatch as a silent protagonist, it would certainly be a favorite in the classroom or at home.
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