Witches Tale by A. C. Dye
Witches Tale came to be because of six little girls with very interesting fears or challenges that I hoped to quench in a cute yet poignant way. Halloween presented the opportunity since they all love this Holiday and were excited to be witches.
Since Spanish is my language, I decided to make my children’s books bilingual and enter that market.
In “Witches Tales/Cuentos de Brujitas” you will find:
A little witch who loves camping, reading her letters and colors. Therefore that tale has all of them included; in addition, you read it in a spooooooky voice.
A detective Witch that has to find all the things stolen from her family and friends, while learning a good lesson about respecting others property.
A Witch that is afraid of too many things to be healthy.
Another that loves to dance and had to figure how to include others in her performance.
The witch that doesn’t like to do chores and finds a way of doing them with a bit of magic as three new friends come to help.
The last Witch shows us that when we get scared, we may put ourselves in danger by staying alone. And that we can solve problems together and being safe is a better way.
Now, you have all six tales in one colorful book, “Witches Tales/Cuentos de Brujitas” by A. C. Dye
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A. C. Dye is a pen name of the award-winning young adult author Anna del C. Dye. As Anna del C., she has published over twenty books, mostly young adult fantasy and medieval romance, all in English.
Her children’s books, written as A. C. Dye, are all bilingual. She is fluent in English and Spanish.
She lives in Taylorsville, Utah, U.S.A., but is originally from Chile, S.A.
You may connect with her and her works at https://www.annadelc.com