A Library Halloween Find: The Three Little Witches Storybook

The Three Little Witches Storybook by Georgie Adams (Author) and Emily Bolam (Illustrator)

What’s more frustrating then falling in love with a book at the library, and then discovering it’s no longer for sale? Arg! Preschooler Monkey absolutely LOVED this illustrated storybook. The illustrations are extremely cute, and the text is just the right amount of silly. I almost didn’t choose it because of its length, which is more appropriate perhaps for a slightly older child, but those adorable illustrations just sucked me in.

The story is about three witches named Zoe, Ziggy, and Zara, and their little mini-adventures around their town. The book opens with a Winnie-the-Pooh like map of the town and the chapters can each be read (mostly) ¬†independently of each other. Of course, preschooler monkey, never wants to read only one chapter, and the whole book is a little long to read out loud in one sitting (takes about half an hour), but it’s ¬†still fun even after the 10th or 11th time. So cute! Definitely worth requesting at the library (I also want to try to track down their other book, The Three Little Princesses which looks similar).

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