Journey through a children’s book with a moral: Differences are present and acceptable. Unique, vibrant illustrations and clearly written words speak in a storyteller’s voice as the reader and listener engage in a tale showing acceptance of those that are unlike us. An excellent offering for adults reading out loud or for beginning readers to find joy in reading by themselves.
Review by Illia Thompson, Educator and Author, Carmel Valley, California
Sharon, The book, A Little Witch Who Couldn’t Say Boo! Is delightfully written and wonderfully illustrated! I read the book to my daughter, Jeannie, and she made me read it to her three times. The first time she asked me, “how come the little witch cannot say Boo?.” The second time I read it to her she said, “I know why the little witch cant say Boo.” The third time I read the book to her, she said the “little witch is different like me!” I explained to my daughter we all are different and that’s what makes us who we are. Thank you for the insight and thoughtfulness you put into your book, it helps kids realize we are all unique in our own way! We can’t wait to read more of your stories!
Sincerely, Monique and Jeannie H
“The Little Which That Couldn’t Say BOO!” Is not only a delightful read for the Halloween season, but a a delightful read all year round. It’s ability to be cute and quirky while teaching one to be comfortable in their own skin is truly amazing. Parents will love to read this to their children and children will love to read it on their own! 10/10!!!
The Little Witch Who Couldn’t Say Boo…! This is such a sweet book. I love this book for the important message it sends to people of all ages and it’s amazing artwork. The message being that we are all perfect just the way we are… beautiful and unique. As children journey through the tough challenges of life , this book points out that you don’t have to be like everyone else to fit in. You can be who you are and people will accept and love you for you. I think the author did such a great job getting that point across. I hope who ever purchases this book will pass it on to as many children… and adults as possible. The world would be a much happier place if we accepted all people young, old, tall, small, little and big, just the way they are.
I bought this book for my daycare kids, and they are absolutely in love with it. We read it at least five times a day.