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Strega Nona (1975)

af Tomie DePaola

Serier: Strega Nona (1)

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When Strega Nona leaves him alone with her magic pasta pot, Big Anthony is determined to show the townspeople how it works.
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My favorite book of the year! Great for young children.

It's just a short story but it made me laugh!
Strega Nona (Witch Grandmother) helps the residents her village when they have problems, otherwise she lives in her little cottage and takes care of her garden. She has hired Big Anthony to help her with the heavy chores and one day he sees Strega Nona use her magic pasta pot. Thinking that he can use the magic too, when Nona goes to visit another villager, Big Anthony takes the magic pot and starts the spell. But Big Anthony doesn't understand the workings of the magic pot and gets into a great deal of trouble.

I loved this story not just for the laughter but the reminders it brought to me about my own Nona. ( )
  cyderry | Dec 12, 2020 |
This picture book is about a witch named Strega Nona who lives in a village. She enlists. a man named Big Anthony to help her with some chores, and he ends up discovering one of her spells that produces large amounts of pasta. He ends up trying to use the spell himself and almost drowns the village in pasta until Strega Nona shows up and stops it. I remember reading this when I was younger and I think it's a great book for elementary students to read in ELAR class. It also teaches a valuable lesson about authority and trust. ( )
  helenkuang | Nov 16, 2020 |
Fantasy
Strega Nona is a witch who helps villagers with their troubles. She employs a young man named Big Anthony to help her with her chores. One day, he observes her singing a spell to a magic pasta pot to produce large amounts of cooked pasta. This is a story that teaches a lesson about punishment, authority, and trust. As a fantasy book, this story has a good deal of magic throughout the story, which adds a level of wonder but also an aspect that is unrealistic.
  AmandaCheney | Nov 4, 2020 |
This book is a great book that was read to me when I was in elementary school. It is about an older lady who leaves a family member in charge of her magic pot while she goes to town. He then tries to show the town all the magical things the magic pot does but he doesn't know how to make it work, so the magic pot makes tons and tons of noodles and it won't stop. When Strega Nona gets back to the pot she sees what is going on and...well you have to read to find out. I like this book and how the illustration represents other cultures from other time periods. I also like how it shows that when you don't listen to important instructions bad things can happen. ( )
  brytniewheeler | Sep 23, 2020 |
Strega Nona has a magic pot which will make as much spaghetti as she wants. One day, when Strega Nona is out of town, Big Anthony sneaks into her house and makes the pot start cooking spaghetti. But he doesn’t know how to make it stop!

One of my favorites when I was a kid. I watched it as a YouTube video that showed all of the illustrations and Tomi di Paola reads the book himself. Highly recommended! ( )
  norabelle414 | Aug 12, 2020 |
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In a town in Calabria, a long time ago there lived an old lady everyone called Strega Nona, which meant "Grandma Witch."
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Although all the people in town talked about her in whispers, they all went to see her if they had troubles.
She could cure a headache, with oil and water and a hairpin.
"All right, Anthony, you wanted the pasta from my magic pasta pot," Strega Nona said, "and I want to sleep in my little bed tonight. So start eating."
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