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Lollypop Stew-bookcover

By: Christine Bunn

Lollypop Stew

Pages: 26 Ratings: 4.9
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Ella and Isaac were cooking up a brew that any cool kids would love, it’s true. 

Until Ella screamed, ‘Oh no that’s not right,’ she got an awful fright. 

With a dash of delicious, a sprinkle of fun, with a hint of mischief all rolled into one. 

Who would have known working together could be so much fun?

When Ella takes her turn to stir the stew, watch what jumps out, it may be a rabbit, it may be a shoe, but you won’t know until you make this tasty brew!

Christine Bunn is a writer and stay at home mum to Patrick, Matthew and Ella and wife to Gavin. Christine lives with her family and dog Cuddles in Brisbane, Australia. Christine has been writing children’s books for the last 15 years and has self-published an Autobiography called A Travelled Life: Finding God’s Purpose.

Christine is passionate about igniting young children’s minds with the use of magical imagery and tapping into one’s imagination, which creates endless fun, and mischief.

Customer Reviews
12 reviews
12 reviews
  • Libby Shepherd

    The wide-eyed wonder in my son's eyes as I read Lollypop stew to them was heartwarming! Such a lovely story of childhood innocence and imagination. I thoroughly recommend it!

  • Lorrain Ali

    Our 10 year old son is obsessed with Lollypop Stew. We’re reading it every night at the moment and each read brings him delight and giggles. Thank you Christine. X

  • Michelle Edwards

    Lollipop Stew is a gorgeous children’s book filled with magic, lollies, surprises, and fun. Utterly delightful

  • Liz

    I love the simple and joyful playfulness of this book.
    Rolling rhymes and glee

  • Isaac Lush

    This was such a great book and brought back lots of memories from my childhood. Thanks for this Christine!

  • Maree Thomson

    My Grandchildren loved Lolly Pop Stew it is a fun story about childhood imagination and playfulness’s .

  • Maree Thomson

    My Grandchildren loved Lolly Pop Stew it is a fun story about childhood imagination and playfulness’s .

  • Meaghan

    Cute, fun, and interactive book for young kids! My 2-year-old loved reading it and then my 5-year-old loved following the recipe to make it together. Wonderful.

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