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Juju the Good Voodoo by Michelle Hirstius

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By Bianca Schulze, The Children’s Book Review
Published: June 24, 2012

Juju the GOOD voodoo: From “da Bayou” of Louisiana on a foggy night we find Juju…. Juju happens to be a special voodoo doll that Marie the Voodoo Queen has been looking for.  Marie cast an enchanting “good deeds” spell in her jeweled cup and sprinkles charms on Juju.  Juju then comes alive off the pages of this delightful tale.  Now Juju can go spread her “good deeds” to everyone and everything around.  With so many negatives around, we need Juju to cast her spell and change things for the better!

Cute and fun drawings done in crayon illustrate in this first book the origin of Juju and where she came from and we look forward to where she will go or what she will do next….

Children and parents alike will fall in love with this adorable and charming voodoo doll “Juju”.

About the Author and Illustrator:  Michelle Hirstius was born and raised in New Orleans, LA, where the culture and city has plenty to write about.  She started drawing back in High School with crayons and through her struggles since Katrina, has found out there is nothing better than home and your true roots.  She picked up the crayons again and discovered by doodling “Juju”.   Inspired by New Orleans she wanted to create a story to brighten smiles on children and adults and hoping to inspire them to follow their dreams and creative side.  Michelle now lives with her Cairn Terrier “Sassy” north of New Orleans.

Follow Juju and get more info on her her website:  www.JujuTheGoodVoodoo.com

Juju the GOOD voodoo is intended for children ages 3-10, but hey adults could use some “good deeds” spells too!

Juju the GOOD voodoo is available for purchase on www.amazon.com in print and kindle and www.JujuTheGoodVoodoo.com

ISBN – 978-1475059519, Pages: 30, Paperback: $12.00 US

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