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Winnie has to keep silent but can she do it…NO!! But still the children raise a lot of money because of her story!!!( Which was in her weird dream!!! ) Read this to know more!!
19 November 2016
Winnie is a witch of very wayward habits. She’s on a mission to shape up in all sorts of ways! But whether she’s keeping fit or trying to keep quiet, (livening it up with her outrageous stories), and enters a pancake race in the village fete, causing a messy disaster! More laughter is in store when she breaks her broomstick navigation system and ends up being kidnapped by aliens. And when Winnie decides to fight the flab by hitting the local gym, she leaves the unlucky swimmers sharing their pool with a shark!
7 March 2014
5 March 2014
I was an all right book but it might suit young people not older children. It was a good book though
4 March 2014
it should have more adventures words in it i would give it 1 out of 5
21 September 2013
really really funny
9 March 2013
I really enjoyed this book, it had four stories in it that followed the life of Winnie the Witch. She had a cat called Wilbur who went on all her trips.
One of my favourite characters was Miss P, she knocked on the house door of Winnie and told her about the pancake race and gave her the recipe for a special pancake.
I was able to read most of the stories on my own and only needed a little bit of help from my parents. I would say that this book is suitable for little girls aged about 7 or 8 and it took me 5 days to finish.
I enjoyed it so much that I will read more books about Winnie.
Stephanie, age 7
17 April 2012
i love this book
2 March 2012
I loved this book because it had lovely pictures and was a great story :)
31 December 2011
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