Winnie's Halloween Gift Pack by Laura Owen
  

Winnie's Halloween Gift Pack

Written by Laura Owen

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What better way to spend Halloween than in the company of everyone's favourite witch? This pumpkin-orange gift pack includes two of Winnie's favourite books: Nitty Winnie! and Winnie Goes Batty, perfect for reading on dark, spooky nights. But if you'd rather be out trick-or-treating, there's a free goody bag, just waiting to be filled with sweets.

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Winnie's Halloween Gift Pack by Laura Owen

A fantastic Halloween gift package for Winnie fans everywhere that includes two books, Nitty Winnie! and Winnie Goes Batty plus a fabulous free trick-or-treat bag ready to fill with Halloween goodies!

Download a super-spooky Winnie Activity Pack - full of fancy dress ideas for Halloween, a how-to-draw Winnie guide and a recipe for pumpkin soup! Click here!

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Oxford's Winnie the Witch young fiction ... is bound to be a winner The Bookseller

About the Author

Pippa Goodhart (who also writes under the pen name of Laura Owen) comes from a background of selling children’s books, teaching, and children’s book publishing. She has been writing children’s books for about twenty years, with over eighty books published, ranging from a board book to novels for adults. You Choose, illustrated by Nick Sharratt, was winner of Mumsnet’s Best Book of the Year for Three to Four Year Olds and it has been picked again and again by Bookstart as one of their books to give three-year-olds, (and by the Booked Up scheme to be given to twelve year olds. Pippa also writes the Winnie the Witch young fiction range under the pen name of Laura Owen. As well as writing, Pippa does lots of school visits and also teaches a Writing for Children module at De Montfort University. Pippa is currently helping her architect husband to build a new house! She has lived in Leicester for twenty-five years.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
Contains 2 Paperbacks
192 pages

Author

Laura Owen
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Author's Website

www.winnie-the-witch.com/

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

3rd October 2013

ISBN

9780192736000

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