Witches at War!: The Wild Winter by Martin Howard
  

Witches at War!: The Wild Winter

Written by Martin Howard
Illustrated by Luigi Aime

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The third and much anticipated final instalment in the highly-praised Witches at War! series. Hilarious fun for children aged 8+ and brilliant for parents and children to read together. There are stunning illustrations throughout in this beautifully produced small hardback edition.

Synopsis

Witches at War!: The Wild Winter by Martin Howard

As you'll recall, the previous book in the series ended with a shocking revelation. Now, Sam and her mentor, the incompetent and rude but strangely likeable Esmelia Sniff, have been separated and evil is beginning to dominate the world. It's the longest, coldest winter since records began and the newspapers are reporting sightings of strange and evil creatures making their way towards the Bleak Fortress. Inside the fortress Sam is a prisoner to Diabolica's evil plans while her friend, the potion expert Helza Poppin, is trapped in the dungeon and scheduled for torture. Things ain't looking good.

Follow Esmelia Sniff on Twitter:@esmeliasniff and on Facebook.

Other titles in the Witches at War! series include The Wickedest Witchand The White Wand.

Reviews

Seriously funny. . . . grotesque illustrations add to the fun. -- Guardian on Wickedest Witch

About the Author

Martin Howard

Martin Howard is the author of many humour titles for both adults and children, examples include the hugely successful Bad Dog’s Diary series and The Wickedest Witch, the first book in the Witches At War! series.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
224 pages

Author

Martin Howard
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Publisher

Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Anova Books

Publication date

4th October 2012

ISBN

9781843651802

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