Witch Baby and Me After Dark by Debi Gliori

Witch Baby and Me After Dark

Written by Debi Gliori
Part of the Witch Baby Series

3+ readers   
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3 +. Full of Debi Gliori’s trademark quirky wit with larger than life characters and almost life-like illustrations that brilliantly capture their expressions and feelings. It’s Halloween and Witch Baby is off trick or treating but she’s lost her dog. But then again her dog is invisible so it’s really hard to find her. Can she avert disaster on such an important night?

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A message from Eoin Colfer:
Witch Baby and Me is what I have come to expect from a Debi Gliori book, jammed with hilarious and often gross jokes. I giggled all the way through... I can’t recommend this story highly enough for lovers of magic, humour or even books. A wicked triumph.’


Witch Baby and Me After Dark by Debi Gliori

Lily is 9. Her sister Daisy is 1. And she's no ordinary baby. Somehow, when she was born, something went rather wrong...and now Daisy is a Witch Baby. Nobody knows this but Lily - she's the only one who can see when Daisy makes the fridge float in the air, or turns people into slugs, or summons up her very stinky dog Waywoof...

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Charming, quirky stuff, just right for 7+ -- Amanda Craig The Times Gloriously chaotic -- Debbie Williams Primary Times Much more toilet humour, many more flatulence (and other) jokes; very clever and very funny. Read it with a six- to eight-year-old you know soon and you'll both enjoy the experience Storytime Books The book is full of great illustrations that let me imagine the characters a lot better ... I laughed a lot when I was reading this book -- Megan, aged 8 Anorak

About the Author

Debi Gliori

Debi started writing children's books in 1976, then attended art school in Edinburgh from 1979 to 1984. She received a travelling scholarship award to go to Milan, and worked as a freelance from 1984 onwards. She lives and works in Scotland, and her studio is situated in a thirteenth-century herb garden. She now has four children and her book No Matter What is dedicated to them. Debi Gliori is the author/illustrator of many books for children including Mr Bear, the winner of a Children's Book Award.

DEBI GLIORI is the award-winning author and illustrator of many Bloomsbury picture books including the Alfie series, The Trouble with Dragons, Dragon Love Penguin and the bestselling No Matter What. She has sold more than half a million books in the UK alone.

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304 pages
Interest Age: From 7


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Corgi Childrens an imprint of Random House Children's Books

Publication date

1st October 2009




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