Lula's Brewby Elizabeth O. Dulemba
Lula's Aunties want her to be a witch like them. But Lula prefers to study cookbooks rather than spellbooks (and hates to fly on a broom). Lula wants to be a famous chef. In desperation, the Aunties insist she try to make one last potion. Lula secretly adds her cooking flair and in true witchy fashion creates a brew that bewitches the entire town, and her Aunties too!
This fun rhyming tale transcends the typical Halloween story to appeal to cooks and "foodies" throughout the year.
I could use some of Lula's stew at my house.
Hope to see more from this talented author/illustrator!
- Xist Publishing
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- 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)
Meet the Author
Elizabeth O. Dulemba is an award winning author/illustrator of over a dozen children's books. Learn more and download tons of free coloring pages at www.dulemba.com.
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My 3 year old granddaughter was not at all interested in this book. It was not colorful enough and the story was not for her age. It is a cute rhyming story, but not for 3 year olds.
Lula is a young witch who has a problem. She does not want to be a witch; she wants to be a chef with her own restaurant. Lula hides her cookbooks under her bed. But Lula lives with her four Aunties who are witches dedicated to making Lula a successful witch. At the beginning of the story they are supervising Lula in preparing a brew to cast a magic spell on the town, but Lula sneaks in other ingredients when they are not looking. Soon a delicious aroma wafts across the town and its residents come knocking on the witches door to partake of the brew. When they demand seconds, Lula has an unusual request for them. Lula manages to cast her magic in a most peculiar way. This tale is beautifully illustrated. The text will have young children laughing. This is a cute Halloween story that is not scary and appropriate for preschoolers and children in the early elementary grades. Makes a nice read aloud in the classroom, bedtime story or a family share to celebrate the holiday.
What a sweet story!