Witch Tale: A Bewitching Brew of Homophones is a fantastical storyline that uses art and language to reinforce one of the primary canons of children's literature: homophones, and their use. Homophones are words that sound exactly the same, yet they have different meanings or spellings. This can be daunting for children of any age. Through the magical antics of two little witches, children will be both entertained and educated on their proper usage. Complimented by the beautiful illustrations of Valeria Leonova, this engaging tale is a must-have on any child's bookshelf. And, a marvelous resource for parents and teachers alike who are looking for ways to help a child learn!
ISBN : 978-1-83934-072-7
Pages : 42
Size : 192x156
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Laura Jane Albee is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Licensed Master Social Worker, and a 2021 Doctor of Social Work candidate at Southern Connecticut State University. She serves as the Program Chair for Post University's Pathways Program: a program designed to facilitate a student's social, emotional, and transitional goals before pursuing college, employment, or trade school. Laura and her family reside on their Connecticut farm with a menagerie of animals including two lovable Pyrenees, six cats, and a gaggle of geese. Laura is an avid gardener and it is through her work with flowers that she fell in love with bees.
About the Illustrator
Valeria Leonova has been illustrating children's books for over 5 years, with more than 40 books to her credit. Based in the Ukraine, Valeria has worked all over the globe transforming visions into memorable characters and story lines that capture the heart and imagination of every reader. Her dream is to bring a bit of happiness to every child.