Witch Baby And Me At School
Written by Debi Gliori
Part of the Witch Baby Series
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Little Daisy may look sweet but to her older sister Lily she is…Something Else. Not for nothing is she known in the family as Witch Baby; Lily knows that Witch Baby can cast spells. When Lily starts a new school, Daisy starts at the playgroup in the next door classroom. How will Lily survive? In both words and pictures, Debi Gliori piles joke on joke to create a hilarious story of school, magic, families and the general chaos babies can cause.
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Witch Baby And Me At School by Debi Gliori
Lily is 9. Her sister Daisy is 1. And she's no ordinary baby. Daisy is a Witch Baby. Nobody knows this but Lily. The sisters have now settled into their new home and so it's time for Lily to start at her new school. Can she survive being the new girl? Will Daisy be a help or a hindrance?
About the Author
Interest Age: From 7
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