Illinois Children's Author Launches Spooky, Imaginative Witch's Brew Book; Author encourages readers to tap into their imaginations to create own their own brews

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With excitement brewing and Halloween just around the corner, Chicagoland first-time children's author Meg Dagnino, is launching her delightful interactive book, "Witch's Brew" at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12 during a Facebook Live event. Dagnino has concocted the perfect magical recipe counting book to get children to create life long memories through using their imagination.
Lemont, Illinois-based author Meg Dagnino presents her new book: "Witch's Brew" published by Fig Factor Media. In true 'me' style, I took this party to the next level and wrote the 'Witch's Brew' for it. It was back when you could bring food into the classroom and the kids loved the activity and the snack! I kept doing the brew at every Halloween party and each year the kids got more and more into it.

With excitement brewing and Halloween just around the corner, Chicagoland first-time children's author Meg Dagnino, is launching her delightful interactive book, "Witch's Brew" at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12 during a Facebook Live event. Dagnino has concocted the perfect magical recipe counting book to get children to create lifelong memories by using their imagination.

The book is published by Fig Factor Media and illustrated by Daniella Turano. Geared to children ages 2 to 10, Dagnino uses the friendly witch Eldora and her adorable and curious Goldendoodle pup Mae to spread Halloween cheer and encourage readers to create their own special "brews" by assigning silly names to 10 foods presented in the book. For example, bat brains are raisins and spiderwebs are popcorn.

Dagnino, a former oncology nurse and a school nurse, adds an interactive element to the reading experience as readers can access a special video through a QR…
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