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Tom & Tallulah and the Witches' Feast

3.95  ·  Rating details ·  19 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Published September 6th 2018 by Walker Books Ltd
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Tallulah is late again, and the other witches in the Chumley Charmed Circle aren’t happy about it – especially Gertrude Higgins. An ultimatum is given by Gertrude. Tallulah has one more chance to prove herself to this witch circle. That chance comes in the challenge of a Midnight Feast made up of each witches’ favourite dish.

Keen to remain an apprentice in the group, Tallulah accepts the challenge. There’s only one problem. Tallulah is a terrible cook. She burns everything, mixes up the salt a
Nov 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Vivian French makes writing stories look easy. This is a simple tale, perfectly told and perfect for the early mid-grade or chapter book reader. The witches in this story are assumed to be good, which is a lovely opposite to the approach of most books involving witches. "I thought all witches were good," Tom said, "just like Grandmother." (p94) Indeed, the evil witch is the outlier. The story reads a bit like the witches coven from Terry Pratchett's Tiffany Aching books (beginning with The Wee F ...more
Sep 15, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is another fun, quick read along the same lines as French’s The Adventures of Alfie Onion and The Cherry Pie Princess. I love that food features heavenly in these books! Like the others this one was an enjoyable in-one-sitting read, so cozy to have a nice little story with tea and biscuits. :) One of the main characters was frustrating in her personality and there wasn’t too much growth/change for her, but such is life sometimes. This would be a fun read aloud book for anytime but especiall ...more
Oct 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I’m already a fan of Vivian French so it was easy to love this tale. She creates characters with exaggerated traits but I love it because it makes for a good laugh, but also a good teaching moment. Kids reading this might say: “Why is Talulah impatient with her brother? Or why won’t she just read the dang recipe!? Haha

That opens up a few topics like pride, a sense of duty, taking time to really listen to someone, accepting help from others, etc.

I’ve also noticed how crucial a role their animal f
Oct 28, 2018 rated it it was ok
The original idea was cute and I expected s fun read. But Tallulah wasn't a very likable character for me (I mostly felt sorry for Tom all the time) and the way Kibble was treated in this book... even if it was from the bad witch, it made me quite angry to read. So I just can't say that I enjoyed this book very much...
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