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The Jolly Witch

by Dick King-Smith

Other authors: Frank Rodgers (Illustrator)

Series: The Jolly Witch (1)

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Mrs. Jolly, the friendly, cuddly, overweight school caretaker, is secretly a witch, who uses her powers very sensibly to clean the school after hours. Once a year (on Halloween) she competes in the Great Witches' Steeplechase using the school's broomstick, but she always comes in last. So her cat suggests she needs a modern machine to win the race -- a vaccum cleaner! Though she comes in first, the other witches claim it was unfair and disqualify her as Witch of the Year. But Mrs. Jolly is just happy to have come in first, especially as it's her last year before retirement. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0750002034, Paperback)

A picture book designed to encourage reading in five-year-olds and upwards, this is available as part of Picture Book set D (0-7500-1221-8), or individually subject to a minimum order value. There are five sets of these picture books, graded according to reading ability and interest range.

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Describes thirteen places around which life in ancient Egypt revolved and how these places fit into the society of the time. Suggested level: primary, intermediate, junior secondary.

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