Dog on A Broomstick by Jan Page
  

Synopsis

Dog on A Broomstick by Jan Page

The countdown has started for the Grand Spell Contest and the Witch's cat has run off to be a cat-food tester! Then the Dog appears on her doorstep. He can't scratch, but he can dig big holes. He can't hiss and spit, but he can growl, dribble and cover everything in muddy pawprints. Will the Witch let the Dog help her at the Grand Spell Contest? And, most importantly, can they both fit on her brooomstick?

Reviews

Witty, funny and touching ... Super storytelling The School Librarian The appealing humourous drawings on every page will make this an instant favourite Carousel Perfect for that potentially tricky new reader stage and especially for those who revel in otherness Books for Keeps Thoroughly entertaining, with amusing illustrations and a subtle underlying message about discrimination 100 Best Books, 1998, Young Book Trust

About the Author

JAN PAGE is a freelance writer, drama worker and arts adminstrator. She has run hundreds of drama and writing workshops for children over the years and has been an event organiser for large-scale events, including international circus, music and firework concerts! A regular scriptwriter for BBC TV's PLAYDAYS, she has written eleven plays for young audiences. Author lives: Staffordshire

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Jan Page
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Publisher

Corgi Pups an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

30th June 2016

ISBN

9780552575577


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