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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
"Miss Sugar Crumb’s Magic Kitchen" by Malinda Mitchel is an adorable tale for ages 9-12. Miss Sugar Crumb is a very nice young lady who enjoys doing things for others and never expects anything in return. She loved to bake pies, cakes, and homemade bread. Her favorite thing to bake was pies. She loved to give them away, and when she did, magical things always seemed to happen after the people ate them. She also enjoyed talking to animals that lived close by. When the animals ate her magical food they could talk. The animals ask for her help against the hunters that would sneak into the woods early in the morning. Miss Crumb would think of people and their desires and then set about to magically meet their needs.
Author Malinda Mitchell offers readers a delightful tale. I shared this book with my 11 year old granddaughter and she loved it. Her favorite part was the talking animals. She loved the way the hunters were scared out of the woods. Ms Mitchell’s story is will appeal to children in 4th-6th grades, and will challenge them without overwhelming them. The illustrations by Nora Tapp Franzese are wonderful and sure to grab the attention of the readers. Ms Mitchel and Ms Franzese make quite a team and have created a great plot with great art work in a a book you do not want to miss.