The Ghost-Eye Tree
Author: Bill Martin Jr., John Archambault
Illustrator: Ted Rand
On a dark and windy autumn night, a young boy and his older sister are sent by their mother to the end of town to fetch a bucket of milk. Walking down the lonely road, they pass the scary “Ghost-Eye tree” and their imagination gets the better of them.... This story highlights the relationship between siblings and how wild children’s imagination can be when confronted with creepy shadows on a dark, lonely road.
Publisher: Square Fish (USA)
National Library Board (Singapore) Call Number: EL JP English MAR