Merry Witchmas (Hardcover)
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Ginger the Halloween witch has a big Christmas wish--a visit from Santa Claus. But Santa doesn't believe in witches--until Ginger's letter to him magically appears on his desk! This book is a perfect Christmas gift or stocking stuffer for kids.
Ginger spends a lot of her time creating spells, and flying through the night on her broom. But she is different from the other witches -- because she also ADORES Christmas! Even with Ginger's good deeds and endless Christmas cheer, she's never received a single visit from Santa. What's a Christmas-loving Halloween witch supposed to do? In this twist on the Christmas holiday's traditional "believe" concept, Ginger's wish of a Merry Witchmas comes true thanks to some holiday magic and good cheer.
About the Author
Petrell Marie Özbay has an extensive global public affairs, marketing and communication background. A life-long lover of reading, she authored and published the multi-award winning Xs and Os for Gabby Ann, a book to help children missing a parent at bedtime.
Tess La Bella is a SAG-AFTRA award-winning voice-over artist, actor, comic and producer. Through live theater, storytelling and teaching, she has long combined her love of animation voice-over with her passion for children's literacy.
Sonya Abby is originally from Jakarta, Indonesia and now lives in San Francisco. Her interest in children's book illustrations stem from her love of bright and vibrant colors, as well as the various whimsical fantasies she grew up reading.
"Ginger is a typical witch, except that in addition to Halloween, Ginger adores Christmas. Both text and pictures are a clever, dizzying mashup of Halloween and Christmas motifs, like jack-o’-lanterns topped with Santa hats and a flying broom with a red bow. The colorful cartoon-style illustrations depict Ginger and Santa as White, with some diversity among the extra characters. Fans of both holidays will find this unusual mix fun and engaging." —Kirkus Reviews