- Audio CD
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1855496755
- ISBN-13: 978-1855496750
- Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 0.4 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,751,060 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Worst Witch Audio CD
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Originally released in 1974, The Worst Witch is being re-released for a new generation to discover. Young readers are bound to fall in love with little Mildred Hubble. This poor witch-in-training is the student with her heart in the right place, but nothing else. She's the one who will crash into things while learning to fly on her broom, fixing her broken broom with a pile of sticky tape and glue, and is afraid of the dark (ssshhh, if you don't tell, I won't.).
In this first installment of this delightful character's series, Mildred is the recipient of a kitten. The time has come for all the first year students to get their assigned kitten who will ride on the brooms with their owners. Instead of getting the typical black one, Mildred is given a tabby one. And worse off, yet, the poor kitty isn't taking to flying on a broomstick too well.
Everything comes to a head during her class's formation presentation at the annual Halloween festivities. Mildred's has embarrassed her class by causing a crash landing (not her fault, though). Poor Mildred is so upset, she decides to taker her tabby cat and run away. However, while walking down the mountain, she stumbles across a group of witches. Witches who are plotting to place a spell over everyone at the school so they can control it. Now it's up to Mildred to save the day.
This book was fun to read. Mildred is a cute character who is fun to read. I can relate to being that child who had good intentions, but would somehow, someway mess things up. I think fellow readers will enjoy her, as well. I look forward to reading more adventures of Mildred.
I picked this book specifically for my two nieces, ages 8 & 9, for bedtime stories since they love the Harry Potter series and most witchy books in general. They loved it! I found it to be age appropriate and one that we could all enjoy, myself included!
Poor Mildred may be the worst witch at boarding school but she sure is the funniest and most charming! Perfect for elementary grades 2-5 but could be read to a child of any age!
This version of the book is larger than usual, with full colour illustrations. The book itself is not particularly long (about 112 pages) and has short chapters and lots of fun illustrations. The first in a series, this is a beautiful gift version and is perfect for any child’s bookshelf either to read alone (depending on reading age, once children are confident with chapter books) or to share alone as a perfect Halloween read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this! I remember it from when I was a child and I still enjoyed reading it as an adult.Published 4 months ago by Tiffany
so cute. so lovable. I remember these illustrations from when I was a kid.Published 7 months ago by canarycreams
There are three reasons why I even tried this out. The first reason is when I talked to a relative, she said this was pushed under the rug when Harry Potter came out. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Debra Tucker
Good book for my six year old girl.it kept her interest for a couple weeks bedtime stories.
I recommend it.