The Scatterbrained Little Witch

The Scatterbrained Little Witch

Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

If the scatterbrained little witch forgets a word in her spells here and there, she simply substitutes something else. That’s why she has a crooked broom instead of a streamlined one, a blue rabbit instead of a black raven perched on her shoulder, and a pair of glasses instead of a wart on the bridge of her nose. It doesn’t bother her one bit, although the bigger witches laugh at her behind her back. But they find themselves laughing on the other side of their faces when Rupert the Giant turns up in the forest in the foulest of moods. He snatches one flying witch after another straight off their broomsticks – but there’s one special little witch he can’t get hold of because she’s whirling around on such a fast and unpredictable course on her crooked broom. There’s no two ways about it: the scatterbrained little witch is the only one who can save the bigger witches – if only she can remember the right spell!

Foreign Sales

Italy (Beisler Editore); France (Seuil Jeunesse); China (Wuhan Jie Zhuo)

The Scatterbrained Little Witch

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