Witch in Training
Michelle Robinson and Briony May-Smith
Following their Tooth Fairy in Training, Michelle and Briony present another trainee this time in the form of a little witch.
We meet the young narrator as the final preparations for her training are, with her mum’s help, being made. Off they zoom on broomsticks to obtain all that’s necessary for her very first potion, Magic Stew.
First come the sky ingredients,
after which it’s down to Monster Town for wood-related supplies.
Next stop is a tomb for further slightly gruesome requirements, but the list still isn’t all ticked off: the final visit is a sub-aquatic rendezvous.
Then, full of excitement back home young Betty, hands duly washed, starts brewing with a wave of her wand, some magic words and . …
Uh- oh! in goes an additional ingredient that was not on that list and whoops! What has become of kitten, Pumpkin Patch?
Can Betty brew another potion and save the day? (or rather the night) … Well maybe – or almost …
Told in Michelle’s magical rhyming text and Briony’s wonderful scenes of moonlit ingredient gathering and spelling, create their own brand of enchantment that youngsters will delight in becoming a part of when the book is shared.
Perfect for a run-up to Halloween story time, or indeed, any other time.