Sasha’s father sells magic potions, but the potions don’t work. Can Sasha find a way to make the magic happen?
When chocolate maker Ms. Kozlow comes to the Juicy Gizzard potion shop asking for luck, Sasha needs to find out why. Maybe Ms. Kozlow needs luck because she has a matchmaking appointment with Granny Yenta this afternoon. Can Sasha and Puck make it Ms. Kozlow’s lucky day?
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This isn't quite middle grade, but junior fiction, first chapter books kind of deal. It was a fun read for a 6-8 year old. I really enjoyed it. Can Sasha find out why Ms. Kozlow needs a luck potion? Will she be able to figure out who Ms. Kozlow loves? What about Puck, the little boy who doesn't speak and loves macaroons? Can Sasha's dad really make potions? In this book you will get all these answers! Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an advanced copy of the book for review.