The Witch's Children Go to School

The Witch's Children Go to School

3.26 (15 ratings by Goodreads)
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In this third electrifying title, the witch's children's friend, Gemma, is scared about her first day at school. So, the Little One turns her into an ogre to give her courage ...but ogres don't fit in at school. Never mind. The Little One has a solution - to turn the whle school into a storybook, which is a good place for an ogre. The trouble is, the witch's children are very good at doing spells but not so good at undoing them...who can help?show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 246 x 303 x 11mm | 484g
  • Hachette Children's Group
  • London, United Kingdom
  • colour illustrations
  • 1843628570
  • 9781843628576
  • 2,395,528

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Praise for The Witch's Children and the Queen: "... an exuberant fantasy... executed with wonderful humour and penmanship." -- The Sunday Times "a rumbustious tale in the tradition of mischievous spirits causing mayhem' -- Michael Rosenshow more

About Ursula Jones

Russell was born in Chichester, Sussex and bought up in Oxfordshire. At school he loved both drawing and sciences and once thought about becoming a zoologist. He has worked in a medical laboratory and as as postman, but his favourite job is being an artist! The thing he loves best is the chance to be creative and use his imagination to make characters come to life. He has illustrated many picture books and been shortlisted for the Smarties Prize, the Mother Goose Award and the Blue Peter Book Awards. Ursula Jones is the author of The Witch's Children, and The Witch's Children and the Queen, winner of the 2003 Smarties Prize; both titles are illustrated by Russell Ayto. Ursula trained as an actress, and lives in France and more

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15 ratings
3.26 out of 5 stars
5 13% (2)
4 40% (6)
3 13% (2)
2 27% (4)
1 7% (1)
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