What's in the Witch's Kitchen? by Nick Sharratt
  

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'Biscuits and cakes!' or 'Spiders and Snakes!' All readers will love way they can change the pictures in this clever picture book. On every spread there's a flap which can be opened to reveal some nice or something disgusting. Every choice is delightful - in its own way!

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Synopsis

What's in the Witch's Kitchen? by Nick Sharratt

Britain's most popular artist presents a brilliantly original format that very young children will delight in time and again. The witch has hidden a trick and a treat in her magical kitchen cupboards! Which one you find depends on how you open the doors. Whether its frogspawn or popcorn, lollipops or rabbit plops, there are hilarious rhymes to discover inside in this innovative new novelty book from Nick Sharratt. Perfect for children to read again and again, this spooky title is great not only for Halloween but all year round. This is a funny Halloween title. The clever novelties are sturdy and will stand up to many re-readings.

Reviews

Clever flaps which open in two ways add a refreshing and witty dimension. (Julia Eccleshare, Guardian)

About the Author

Nick Sharratt

Nick Sharratt is an established illustrator who lives and works in Brighton. He has won many awards including the Sheffield Children’s Book Award (1996, 1997, 2000 and 2001), the Red House Children’s Book Award (1997, 2001 and 2003), the Smarties Book Prize (2000), the Kate Greenaway Medal (2003) and the Blue Peter Award (2003).

Julia Eccleshare, the editorial expert on Lovereading4kids says, Nick Sharratt’s big and bold illustrations leap off the page and delight very young readers with their cheerful simplicity. The sounds of lots of different noises are celebrated in Toddle Waddle as a toddler takes a simple stroll to the end of the pier and lots of others follow, greedy animals tuck into delicious plates of food at the lovely meal where manners don’t matter in Chocolate Mousse for Greedy Goose.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Nick Sharratt
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Author's Website

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Publisher

Walker Books Ltd

Publication date

6th September 2012

ISBN

9781406340075

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