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Ruby the Rainbow Witch was looking for a perfect playdate with her friends and it was a good day for a wonderful whirly walk. Suddenly a gust of wind came and as Ruby tried to hold on tight to her rainbow hat, she dropped her swirly whirly wand. The wind tossed her swirly whirly wand further and further away. She knew she would need the help of her friends to find the wand. She hurried to Marshmallow Meadow and told her sob story to Butterscotch who promised to help her find the wand. They went down Pastry Path to Peppermint Palace and they met Cocoa who joined them in Ruby's search for her wand. As they went searching for the wand, many other friends joined Ruby. Let's read the book and see who joined Ruby in the search for her wand and whether they will be able to find it.
Ruby the Rainbow Witch: The Lost Swirly-Whirly Wand by Kim Ann is a magical story of how friends have fun working together and solving problems. Nejla Shojaie's illustrations are enchanting and whimsical and they capture the magic of the story and the characters and make them captivating for young readers. It is a perfect story for tutors and parents to use for storytelling sessions in classrooms and homes to help children understand the importance of having good friends who are supportive, and how to solve problems and be kind to others. Books like this convey good messages to children and will help them experience the magic of friends and fun.