The Stumps of Flattop Hill by Kenneth Kit Lamug is a creative spin on a scary haunted house tale that will cause readers to groan and grin as the hairs on the back of their neck stand on end. When I was young, I loved to listen to scary stories around the campfire. But Lamug's book is so much more than just a scary rhythmic tale. His creative artwork, color, shading, and fonts set the mood for every page upon which language and pacing shape Florence's adventure inside the house on Flattop Hill into a scary treat. If your kids are in the mood for a scary story, or you need a story to tell them on Halloween, this is the book for you.
About Rick Rowe
When Rick isn't dreaming, you'll find him trying to discover why, figuring out how, uncovering ancient mysteries, writing a crazy fun middle-grade or young adult novel, inventing something seriously cool, or learning something new. He enjoys participating in science camps, writing conferences and talking to groups about creative topics such as the process of inventing, building worlds for science fiction and fantasy stories, and the importance of dreaming big.
Rick is a lifelong inventor and a named inventor on over one hundred patents. He has degrees in Avionics Systems Technology, Computer Science and an MBA from Florida Institute of Technology. His experience includes a wide range of engineering, technology development and management roles ranging from space systems to gaming systems. He is a proud member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), the Delta Mu Delta Honor Society, and the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
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ISBN# 978-1935548867, Hardcover, 40pages, Language: English, Dimensions: 9" x 7"