Strega Nona

Strega Nona Review

When Strega Nona leaves him alone with her magic pasta pot, Big Anthony is determined to show the townspeople how it works....

Title:Strega Nona
Edition Language:English

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    Strega Nona Reviews

  • James

    Review Strega Nona by Tomie dePaola is the first book in a classic children's literature series from the 1970s and 1980s. It was eventually made into a cartoon and several other children's merchand...

  • Ronyell

    “Strega Nona” created in 1975 by Tomie dePaola, was the author’s first book about the kind and elderly “grandma witch.” This book has since been a popular favorite among children and has won...

  • Lisa Vegan

    Listen, pay attention, and follow instructions, or there may be negative consequences; in this case, pasta might take over the world. I have enjoyed this author/illustrator’s other books and his ill...

  • Annie ??

    🍝 I had postponed reading this one as I'm not a fan of dePaolo's illustrations. I was pleasantly surprised as I really enjoyed the story of the "grandma witch" with the "neverending pasta" bowl. Pl...

  • Chris

    What's not to love about this book? It's a great story.My acquitance with this book occured, not when I was at the targeted age, but when my brother was. My brother loved spagetti as a young child (he...

  • Janessa B

    I found this book in my house this weekend and decided to read it. It isn't a super short book, but it isn't very long either. The story line seems like it is for little kids, but not awful overall. I...

  • Boze Herrington

    I waited so long to read this book and now I'm hungry and fellas, you've gotta read it....

  • Laura

    Caldecott Honor: 1976Strega Nona is a really fun book to read to kids. I loved reading this fairy tale to my three and seven year old. It’s funny, and has a solid life lesson about obeying and liste...

  • Tracey

    How have I never read this book before today? It's so cute and funny and everything a children's book should be. It teaches a lesson without the kid knowing they're learning a lesson. "Don't touch stu...

  • Dolly

    This book is such a classic. We've read this one several times and it never gets old. It has a fun story and cartoonish illustrations that depict an older time - we just love Tomie dePaola's books!...