Rich Witch, Poor Witch by Peter Bently
  

Synopsis

Rich Witch, Poor Witch by Peter Bently

When there's a panic at the palace, which witch will come to the rescue? Twin sisters Witch Rose and Witch Rita are relaxing at home when the king arrives at Rita's front door looking terribly worried. The princess is refusing to smile! Will Witch Rita be able to solve the problem by conjuring up exquisite tiaras, fabulous frocks and boxes of chocs? Or will Witch Rose save the day with a very different approach? A fantastically funny fairytale from the winners of the 2011 Roald Dahl Funny Prize.

Reviews

This book is a delight to read aloud, with its hilarious storyline and catchy rhyming text... The vivid illustrations by Jim Field are full of life and fun, just like the story. Parents in Touch Rich Witch Poor Witch is a very fun family read. www.mellowmummy.co.uk The illustrations are bright and colourful, with the cutest dragons ever drawn. Each full page illustration has lots of extras in the background making it ideal for parents and children to share and discuss... Children will enjoy reading this book again and again. Carousel

About the Author

Peter Bently

Peter Bently went to ten different schools around the world and studied languages at Oxford University. He started writing for children soon after becoming a parent and now lives with his wife, Lucy, and children, Theo and Tara, in Totnes, Devon (which has its very own excellent medieval castle).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Peter Bently
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Author's Website

www.peterbently.com/

Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

1st August 2013

ISBN

9781447220183


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