Winnie
the Witch

Special offer

10 books for the price of 9 in your library for a year - only £31.50

Winnie the Witch lives in a black house. She has black chairs and black stairs, black floors and black doors.

The trouble is that Winnie's cat, Wilbur, is also black. After sitting on him and tripping over him, Winnie decides to turn Wilbur into a green cat. But then he goes out into the long grass! Winnie is going to need a little magic to make sure she can always see Wilbur…

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Winnie loves Wilbur. She also loves her orange and yellow stripy socks, pumpkin soup, and waving her magic wand.

Wilbur loves Winnie. He also loves broomstick rides with Winnie, cheesecake and curling up in his basket. 

This Halloween, why not join Winnie and Wilbur on their adventures. Simply purchase our Winnie the Witch book pack and receive 10 books for the price of 9

Titles include Winnie the Witch; Winnie in Winter; Winnie Flies Again; Winnie's Magic Wand; Winnie's New Computer; Winnie at the Seaside; Winnie's Midnight Dragon; Happy Birthday, Winnie!; Winnie's Flying Carpet; Winnie's Amazing Pumpkin.

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And don’t forget you can rent other books in the series from as little as 70p.

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About the author: Valerie Thomas

Valerie Thomas was born in Australia and has lived there for most her life. She has worked as a teacher, but her special hobby is travelling, and she has travelled to most parts of the world, even Antarctica, but she doesn’t travel by broomstick. She is now trying to organise her life so that she never has to experience another winter. She used to live with a big black cat exactly like Wilbur but luckily her house was not black.

About the illustrator: Korky Paul

Korky Paul was born in Harare Zimbabwe in 1951. He enjoyed a wild and privileged childhood in the African Bushveldt. He studied Fine Arts at Durban Art School and Film Animation at CalArts. He began his career in advertising before becoming an award-winning illustrator of children’s books. He has sold more than two million books worldwide in over twenty languages. Known only to himself as the ‘World’s Greatest Portrait Artist’, Korky regularly visits schools promoting his passion for drawing. He is a patron of The Art Room, Pegasus Theatre and Reading Quest. Korky Paul is married with two children. He lives in Oxford but they spend the summer living it up in Greece. 

To find out more about Winnie, visit her website here