Lula wants to open a restaurant but her aunts, who are witches, are teaching her to make potions not delicious food. Lula decides to show them she will do good food, not potions. Does she succeed?
I enjoyed this book. It was fun as Lula studied cookbooks while her aunts tried to teach her potions. Eventually one aunt tries Lula's "potion" and decides it is good. The rest of the town smells it and feels the same way. It was fun what they would do to get Lula's food.
Your little one will enjoy this. I look forward to more from this author.
A Princess keeps popping up in a little girl's soup, dish water, bath water, and puddle. She has instructions for the little girl. What could those instructions be? Will she be able to follow all those instructions?
I enjoyed this story. It's adorable as the little girl follows the instructions the princess gives her. I liked that it showed her doing what was asked of her without preaching. The illustrations are cute and fit the story well. Perfect for your pre-schooler.
J. R. is waiting for someone to play with, but mom is putting his baby brother to bed or changing him or feeding him. What is J. R. to do?
I liked this story. J. R. knows it is not fun to play by himself, but he also knows that mom has to take care of his baby brother first. I liked how his mom acknowledged her inability to be with him when he wants her to be with him. I liked how she praised him. This is a good read for your toddlers who may be in the same situation today.