Wednesday, January 02, 2013

The Not So Wicked, Wicked Witch by Amy Purser Carter

The Not So Wicked, Wicked Witch is a children's book about a witch that is "labeled" in name only. The story itself reveals an old philosophy "you cannot judge a book by it's cover, but read the contents and then decide". The Witch in this book has the "witch image", however, get to really know her and see who she is inside and out!

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story. The author does an amazing job of presenting the idea of false pretenses and showing children that what things look like might not actually be. In a judgemental world, a book like this is refreshing. I can't wait to read some more from the author :)

Amy Carter is a native Mississippian. She is a graduate of Jackson Preparatory and University of Mississippi achieving her Bachelor Degree in English and History.
Amy’s career has been in marketing mainly within the insurance industry. Writing children’s literature has been a hobby she has enjoyed for many years which led to the recent publication of The Not So Wicked, Wicked Witch.

Amy currently resides in Jackson with her daughter.

Sarah Markham is a native Mississippian. She is a graduate of Northwest Rankin High School and the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor Degree in Art with an emphasis in Graphic Design and Print Journalism. Currently a graphic designer for Healthways, Sarah lives in Nashville, TN, with her English Springer Spaniel, Olivia


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