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What's in the Witch's Kitchen? Hardcover – July 12, 2011
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A funny delight, which is so much more than just a gimmicky novelty The Bookseller Ingenious and so much fun Bookseller Clever flaps which open in two ways add a refreshing and witty dimension to this simple, boldly illustrated tour of the witch's kitchen. -- Julia Eccleshare The Guardian Simple but satisfying. The Daily Mail Featured/recommended Two Writing Teachers Blog Humorous contrasts, cheery colors, and smiling bats and ghosts make this book a perfect fit for storytimes about homes, rhymes, or surprises. School Library Journal Silly humor will elicit many giggles while reinforcing the learning of directional concepts of left and right and up and down. Pictures pop in bright, saturated colors defined by thick black line. In addition, young readers will find Halloween images-snakes, bats, spiders, frogs, witch's brooms, ghosts, moons and stars-in the patterns used to create many of the illustrations. Kirkus Reviews All readers will love way they can change the pictures in this clever picture book Lovereading --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Nick Sharratt is the author-illustrator of numerous books for children, including The Foggy, Foggy Forest and Dinosaurs’ Day Out. He lives in Brighton, England.
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The rhymes and pictures are simple enough for her to enjoy now, but I think all the different patterns and the novelty of having to choose something gross or nice on each page will keep this book in rotation for a few years, if this copy lasts that long! My only complaint is that the flaps are a little flimsy. I don't see how they could have made it better, the ingenious design limits the strength of the paper, but this isn't really designed for small, rough toddler hands.