My favorite way to share this story with students (or even with adults) is to read it while walking around the room, inviting members of the audience to turn the pages as we go. There is a certain exciting dynamic that happens when we all become complicit in turning the pages of the book. We become part of a secret society of flip-happy page-turners, engaged in discovering what consequences a narrator (who may or may not be the protagonist of the story) could mete out to us.
The following are some resources that can help students engage with the story:
Flip-Happy Page-Turner Song Bookmarks