Winnie and Wilbur: The Amazing Pumpkin

When Winnie digs a vegetable patch in her garden, she uses a bit of magic to help the veggies grow. But as usual, Winnie’s magic gets out of control! Now she has giant beanstalks, king-size cabbages – and a HUGE pumpkin perched on her roof! There are pumpkin pies, pumpkin scones, creamy pumpkin soup, roast pumpkin… and plenty left over for the neighbours too. But what can Winnie do with the enormous pumpkin shell? Prepare to be amazed!

  • A magical treat from Winnie’s best-loved series
  • Charming autumn story about the joy of vegetables!
  • Full of delicious ideas for ways to eat a pumpkin
  • Exuberant colour artwork by top artist Korky Paul

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    Valerie Thomas

    Valerie Thomas is the author of the Winnie the Witch books and celebrated 25 years of the much loved character in 2012!


    Winnie the Witch, written by Valerie Thomas and illustrated by Korky Paul, won the Red House Children’s Book Award in 1988.

  • Awards

    Korky has won the Red House Children’s Book award for Winnie the Witch and The Rascally Cake.

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