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First Broom

by Kallie George, illustrated by Joelle Murray

tagged: halloween, new experience, diversity & multicultural
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list price: $9.99
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publisher: Scholastic Inc
imprint: Cartwheel Books
Description

A charming rhyming read-aloud just right for Halloween!

 

Little witch,

Little broom.

Brand-new gift,

Brand-new moon.

 

Little witch is so excited by her new present for Halloween night — a new broom! But learning to fly a broom is harder than you think, especially when you're just a little witch. Will witch and broom learn how to work together to fly up high in the sky? A sweet and silly rhyming story full of gentle Halloween fun!

 

About the Authors

Kallie George is an author, editor, and creative writing teacher. She has written numerous books for children, including the Magical Animal Adoption Agency series, the Heartwood Hotel series, Wings of OlympusDuck, Duck, Dinosaur, and The Lost Gift. Kallie lives in BC, on the Sunshine Coast, with her husband and son. Visit Kallie online at www.kalliegeorge.com.

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Joelle Murray is an artist passionate about character design and illustration for mediums such as film, games, books, and comics. She currently works as an illustrator on the Khan Academy Kids app, but is also a freelance character designer and illustrator. She lives in San Jose, California. You learn more about Joelle at joellemurrayart.com


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Recommended Age and Grade
Age:
3 to 5
Grade:
p to k
Editorial Review

"The storyline is very much in the spirit of a child learning to ride a bike for the first time; there are struggles and frustrations at first, but ultimately the young witch is exuberant as she successfully takes off... Vibrant illustrations and a relatable message." --Kirkus Reviews