Our author Andrea Kaczmarek has just received a 5-starred book review for her children’s book, “Pink Wish Ice Cream”.
The reviewer: Jessyca Garcia for Readers’ Favourite.
Kaczmarek’s Pink Wish Ice Cream is filled with pink! Pink socks, pink hair and, most importantly, pink wish ice cream. Mrs. Polly Pink-Witch is a witch who drives an ice cream truck and sells Pink Wish Ice Cream to children. If they are polite they get a wish; if they are rude they just get normal tasting ice cream. This story is about one special boy, named Oscar Day, and how he made a special wish that came true.
Pink Wish Ice Cream may be a book for young kids, but I happened to enjoy it. Andrea Kaczmarek had me at the first mention of ice cream. I also liked that she snuck in how children have to use their manners and be polite in order to get nice things. That was the only way to get a wish.
For the wish to actually work, the child needs to wish for something that is for someone else, which teaches them not to be greedy. It is a book about good manners.
|Author Andrea Kaczmarek with Illustrator Eva Kuenzel|
The wish Oscar made was a very good one.
It was one that everyone could enjoy and get use from. One thing I
really liked was at the beginning when Kaczmarek named all the other
witches. They all had their own color and ate only that color food. They
also all had a cat in that color, which I thought was pretty cool. I
hope this is a hint for more books to come. Pink Wish Ice Cream is a
cute book. It is one that I would be happy for my child to read. I think
that this book is geared more towards girls with all the pink, but I
can see boys enjoying it too.
Thank you, Jessyca Garcia. What a lovely review!
The book is available on Amazon in paperback and kindle, at
and of course in the P’kaboo Store in e-pdf, at