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Reviewed by Gail Kamer for Readers' Favorite
“Don’t pass the graveyard in the night they told Sarah Lee.” Ghosts are scary and looking for souls to steal they’d say. Sarah Lee’s reaction was, “Who, me?” "You’ll be sorry if you go, they’d say." Sarah Lee was not sure they should be believed. She was not afraid of the cemetery or the ghosts. Who, Me? by Scott P. Smith shares the story about a girl with some secrets of her own for handling the ghosts in the cemetery. Her unusual reaction to all this frightening advice is comical.
Who, Me? by Scott P. Smith is a fun read for scary times or to soothe scary times. The main character, Sarah Lee, is smart enough to question what she’s being told. Are there really things that go bump in the night? How do people know? Or are people spreading rumors about things they know nothing about? Sarah Lee has her own way of dealing with what might be a terrifying moment. Who, Me? is a great book to share with children to help them deal with scary situations, whether it is being afraid of the dark, the monster in the closet, or someone saying things they shouldn’t. It’s a great beginning to adult/child discussions about the worrisome situation and then searching for a solution, just like Sarah Lee did. Jennifer Smith and Davien Manson have created colorful Illustrations which provide the reader with the opportunity to smile at scary situations. I recommend Who, Me? as a fun read at Halloween time, too.