Winnies Crazy Capers

Paperback | September 5, 2010

byValerie ThomasIllustratorKorky Paul

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Winnie the Witch and her long-suffering cat, Wilbur. There's the time that a small lost dragon stumbles into Winnie's house after midnight - he's boisterous and fiery and Wilbur is not sure about him at all. There's plenty to celebrate as Winnie's birthdayapproaches but will the day go according to plan? Probably not! And, if that were not enought, there's the time that poor Wilbur is carried of by a flying carpet with a mind of its own and Winnie has to follow in hot pursuit as the carpet takes Wilbur on a series of adrenalin-rush fairground rides.Three of Winnie and Wilbur's best-loved escapades for young readers are here to enjoy in one bright beautiful book.

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Winnie the Witch and her long-suffering cat, Wilbur. There's the time that a small lost dragon stumbles into Winnie's house after midnight - he's boisterous and fiery and Wilbur is not sure about him at all. There's plenty to celebrate as Winnie's birthdayapproaches but will the day go according to pla...

Valerie Thomas was born in Australia and has lived there for most of her life. Although she doesn't have a broomstick, she has travelled to most parts of the world, and she is now trying to organize her life so that she never has to experience another winter. She used to live with a big black cat exactly like Wilbur. Korky Paul ...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:80 pagesPublished:September 5, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0192729918

ISBN - 13:9780192729910

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 5

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"Paul's artwork is as dynamic and arresting as ever. His comic touch is perfectly judged, stretching the simple story within reach of a wide age group." --Guardian