A little princess just wants to plant her flowers. But, a mean witch rips them all up! What is the princess going to do? She finds a solution without using revenge or anger through an unlikely source. Find out what happens in this fun story!
This book, told in rhyme, teaches children about finding solutions to problems and helping others. For children ages 2-8.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.08(d)|
About the Author
Michele is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Sisters in Crime, and the New Jersey Author's Network.
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Reviewed by Jane Finch for Readers' Favorite That Witch Ripped Up My Flowers by Michele Lynn Siegfried is the story of a princess who loves her flower garden. It is something that is very precious to her. Unfortunately, the witch doesn’t like flowers at all and she destroys all the flowers. The princess is very upset and can’t understand why the witch would not like flowers, but even more so why would she want to destroy something so beautiful. Fortunately, the princess has a very clever mother, the Queen, who comes up with an idea to protect the flowers from the naughty witch. Between them, can the princess and the Queen manage to solve the problem of stopping the witch from carrying out any more destruction in the flower garden? This is a sweet story, told in rhyme which helps the story to flow well. The illustrations are simple and colourful and bring the story to life. The author and illustrator, Michele Lynn Siegfried, has done a really good job in conveying a story that is not just about good and evil, but also about jealousy and envy. The witch doesn’t like the princess because she is beautiful, as are the flowers. The witch can’t stand things that are beautiful and so she acts in a mean manner. The fact that the princess finds a way to solve the problem rather than retaliate is a good life lesson in dealing with bullies. This would be a lovely story to be read to a child at bedtime where the parent could discuss the reasons why the princess was successful in acting the way she did.