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About the Book
Back in print! Norman Bridwell's funny and charming story about appreciating differences.
Someone new has moved into the neighborhood--and she's a witch! Her two young neighbors delight in how she does everything a bit differently from them. She paints her house black, walks her pet dragon around the block, and uses magic to do her shopping and send soup over to people that are sick. However, some of the older townspeople people are not happy about their new neighbor. What kind of magical surprise does the witch have in store for them?
My Take on the Book
I remember this book from when I was a child and I loved it then and I still love it today. I am so happy to have this back on the shelves and with it's new look and colorful interior it will definitely be a draw for all young readers.
What I particularly loved about this book was that it talks about acceptance of differences and being open to all people as you never know who you will meet along the path of life and what they can offer your life.
A well written book that I highly encourage all to pick up and share with your own family!
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