The Curse of the Red Eyed Witch

  • Title: The Curse of the Red Eyed Witch
  • Author: Charles Siefken
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 369
  • Format: ebook
  • The Curse of the Red Eyed Witch A circus owner has been thinking only of money and not his performers or the animals The curse he heard about as a child were just stories to frighten children Or were they
    A circus owner has been thinking only of money and not his performers or the animals The curse he heard about as a child were just stories to frighten children Or were they

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    1. The glowing red eyes would change everything.This story makes you think about what it is like to be on the other side of the fence or in this case, the other side of the cage. This clever short story reminds us to do better.Was Mr. Chow doomed to spend the rest of his days in the circus like the other animals? Would this curse ever be lifted?This story is full of wisdom and compassion. It was not only entertaining and original but at the same time heartfelt."The bleachers surrounding the center [...]

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    2. This is a fast paced, well written short tale, on how not to treat your circus animals. Beware! It could come back to haunt you!Mr. Crow clearly needs a lesson in the care of his beloved team that many come to see. After all, everyone loves a circus.With a curse upon him for the promises he made to care for his animals, will he be doomed to the same bad treatment or will he find redemption and get a second chance to care for them properly?I loved this short book that takes no time to read and is [...]

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    3. ​The curse of the Red Eyed Witch was a great short story for kids about I would say 8-10. Siefken weave a very vivid story that can bring the story to life. There is a great message within this story also. Tell me if you can find it :) I know I did. In all I give this story four angels.

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    4. I received a copy of this short story for honest review.I enjoyed this short cautionary tale very much. I think this is a perfect tale to be shared with older children. It teaches the cardinal rule - do onto others as others will do onto you. This story is a very clever way to get this lesson across.I hope that this story is read by many and used as a teaching spring board for both teachers and parents.

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