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Reviewed by Shannon Winings for Readers' Favorite
Ruby the Rainbow Witch is not like any other witch. She is bright, colorful, and absolutely does not live in a haunted house. In fact, her house resembles a gingerbread house. Her home and garden are filled with sweets. She’s proud of her home but the Fall Festival is coming and Ruby wants to make sure it looks just wonderful. Unfortunately, something has happened to her trees! These aren’t any trees; they’re candy trees. The gingerbread tree is missing its gumdrops and the donut tree is missing its sprinkles. Each tree is missing what makes it special. What’s worse is that the fairies who maintain the garden don’t seem well either. Will Ruby and the fairies be able to fix everything before the Fall Festival starts?
Ruby the Rainbow Witch: Meet the Amber Fairies by Kim Ann was such a fun children’s picture book. Every page had colorful illustrations that kept my attention and are sure to keep any kids riveted. Each page truly had a rainbow of colors on it and memorable characters. The book reminded me of my own childhood quite a bit as it had some similarities to the children’s board game Candy Land with all its sweets and magical characters. This kept me turning the pages. What kid, or adult, doesn’t enjoy a bit of candy? I would highly recommend Ruby the Rainbow Witch to any family looking for a wonderful children’s book to add to their collection as it is sure to keep kids entertained.