Magic and mayhem abound in this brilliant 'first day at school' themed story - winner of the first ever Roald Dahl Funny Prize!
It's Gemma's first day day school and she's scared, so the witch's children turn her into an ogre to give her courage. But school is no place for an ogre, so what do you think the witch's children do next . . . ?
Praise for The Witch's Children:
'This anything-can-happen tale is told with witty text and illustrations' - Guardian
'An exuberant fantasy . . . executed with wonderful humour and penmanship.' - The Sunday Times
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 222 g
Dimensions: 294 x 240 x 4 mm
Zany, madcap romp of words and illustrations from unusual perspectives and angles. Lots of fun for young children and adults to share * School Librarian *
Another wondrous book in the Witch's Children series * Angels & Urchins *
Visual excitement at every turn * Books For Keeps *
Exuberant and chaotic * The Bookseller *
Mayhem abounds in this brilliant, magical tale * Maternity & Infant *
An anarchic and colourful riot. Should be read by all kids starting their new school -- Charlie Higson * Mail on Sunday *
A wild tale of magical mayhem featuring a crazy cast of fairytale characters * Junior *
".. an anarchic and colourful riot" * Mail on Sunday *
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