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Lizzie is an archetypal twelve-year-old dreamer who wanders around with her head in the clouds. Despite her family’s failure to believe her, Lizzie makes friends with a witch with exciting, funny and often charming consequences. Anyone aged seven to nine will like this book enormously. First published back in 1973, this book will be enjoyed now as it was then.
Everyone in the village where Lizzie lives thinks that she's a dreamer. So it's no wonder that they don't believe her when she says she's seen a witch. But Lizzie doesn't care, because she knows it's true and having a witch for a friend makes life much more exciting.
|Publication date:||6th May 2004|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Other Categories:||Bookshelf Essentials|
Helen started writing at the tender age of six years old! At that time her primary interest was in poetry. Now she is an author of wonderful stories, such as The Bongleweed and The Piemakers. Helen has also written many television scripts, including Five Children and It, The Demon Headmaster and Lizzie Dripping. Wednesday September 28, 2005: Helen Cresswell has died of cancer at her home in Eakring, Nottinghamshire, at the age of 71.More About Helen Cresswell