Betty Can T Wait To Be A First Grade Witch But On The First Day Of School, Her Classmates Start Calling Her Itty Bitty Because She S Small And Still Uses Her Kinder Broom Betty Doesn T Like The Nickname Or How It Makes Her Feel Itty Bitty Inside So She Comes Up With A BIG Idea To Prove Herself Winning The Halloween Dash. Cute story of persistence And standing up for yourself Beautiful artwork Big eyes a characteristic. Most people reach a point in their lives when despite their excitement for a future event, they ve learned to not wish their days away Once in a while though, in the midst of a hot and humid week, thoughts of cooler and clearer weather drift into your thinking Autumn follows summer bringing clarity It also includes a favorite holiday enjoyed by many.On October 31 Halloween allows costumed trick or treaters to go door to door hoping for generous neighbors In the realm of children s books there are beings who are not costumed They don t pretend to be
The Itty Bitty Witch, written by Trisha Speed Shaskan and illustrated by xindiyanart, is the story of Betty who is the smallest in her first grade witch class She is constantly getting teased because of her size She is determined to win the Halloween Dash to prove herself She discovers a secret that only she can use because she is small, and wins the race Darling illustrations bring this story
A cute story about a witch trying to be treated not so itty bittyuntil she finds her small size can be a benefit Note I received a signed copy of this book from the publisher at ALA Annual 2019.
- 32 pages
- The Itty-Bitty Witch
- Trisha Speed Shaskan
- 23 December 2017 Trisha Speed Shaskan