Pobbolina

Pobbolina

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Overview

Pobbolina is a witch who once loved cooking delicious meals for the children at Pebbleton School, but lately has been feeling tired, unappreciated, and bitter, and Franny Anne is a shy student who just transferred schools and worries that she won't make any friends. One day, when a student makes a nasty remark about the school lunch, Pobbolina decides it is time to teach all the children a lesson with a spell that will turn them into bunnies! What she doesn't expect is that, worrying about where to sit at lunchtime, Franny Anne has been hiding in the bathroom and avoided the spell completely. By finding a way to reverse the spell on her classmates and turn Pobbolina into a bunny herself, Franny Anne is able to win herself a new set of friends and a new class pet! If Pobbolina felt unseen as a cafeteria lady, she now feels pampered, loved, and appreciated as a bunny. With a new outlook on the children and with the help of her magic spell book, Pobbolina decides to return to her old form, but even though she looks like a cafeteria lady again, perhaps she doesn't want to let go of her life as a beloved class pet completely!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781944194758
Publisher: Brisance Books Group LLC
Publication date: 12/01/2020
Pages: 40
Sales rank: 759,911
Product dimensions: 10.25(w) x 10.25(h) x (d)
Age Range: 3 - 8 Years

About the Author

Diane Kwon is a native New Yorker, a designer, a storyteller, and a mother who loves her family more than anything "in the whole entire world, to the top of the sun and infinity." She is also the author of two children's books: Pobbolina and Oinkree and the Dancing Ant.


As a child, Diane could be found writing stories and dreaming up characters in her secret hideout under her family's white baby grand piano. In fact, Pobbolina the witch first came about in a story she wrote for her senior project in high school! Today, Diane still catches herself sketching out story ideas in the margins of her paper when deep in thought. As someone who has always enjoyed losing herself in books, Diane loves the magic a story or a character can bring to a child's life. She decided to embark on this adventure of writing children's books in hopes of sharing her stories with those who might connect with them, find joy in them, or simply take comfort in listening to them.

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