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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Ruby the Rainbow Witch wore a rainbow dress and a picture-perfect rainbow hat and she lived in a charming world of sweet candy. The place was picture-perfect with a lazy lemonade river and puffy purple and big blue cotton candy clouds. It so happened one day, while going on a whirly walk down Pastry Path, she came across a friendly frog who was sitting on a chair of gooey gumdrops. Fudge the Frog liked her colorful hat and he wished he had a similar one too. Would Ruby the Rainbow Witch be able to make his dreams come true? She met Cocoa the Cat and Cocoa also loved her rainbow hat. Would Ruby be able to give Cocoa a rainbow hat and make it a picture-perfect rainbow day for the cat? Let's read the story to see who Ruby met on her way and to whom she gave picture-perfect rainbow hats.
Ruby the Rainbow Witch: A Picture-Perfect Rainbow Day by Kim Ann is a whimsical story that speaks about friendship, kindness, and giving in a beautiful way. Nejla Shojaie's illustrations add color and warmth to the story and make the characters and scenes tangible to young readers. Ruby will encourage readers to make new friends and help others, and have fun doing so. Tutors and parents can use the book for storytelling sessions to show children that there is joy in helping others and making new friends, and the importance of being kind and giving.