The House of Madame M
The House of Madame M is spooky and like something you would read at Halloween time. The story starts with you at the house of Madame M, and a bird-like creature lets you in the house. On all of the pages are flaps and things to pull up, down, and across. Each of the flaps shows something spooky about the house or the “things” inside the house. I didn’t understand what all of the pictures meant or were, but I got them explained to me. Each page shows a different room of Madame M’s house; you start at the front door of her home and then go into her kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. In each room, you learn a little more about Madame M and how you’re glad she isn’t home right now.
My four-year-old brother loves this book because of the flaps and things to pull on. I like these things too, but I think I understand the story a little better than he does and how it’s scary, but not too bad. Younger kids won’t be scared either since they’ll probably just like the flaps and not understand the story. The pictures are dark and spooky, and it reminds me a lot of Halloween!
|Page Count||10 pages|
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