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The Blue-Nosed Witch by Margaret Embry
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The Blue-Nosed Witch (1956)

by Margaret Embry

Other authors: Carl Rose (Illustrator)

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Sweet little book. I remember it from my childhood. Wonderful illustration. I loved the way that the illustration straddled the text drawing the eye from one corner to the opposite on the page. Very creative. ( )
  njcur | Jul 22, 2014 |
Here is the story of a little witch named Blanche who is constantly getting into trouble because of her youth and carefree attitude. She belongs to an order of responsible, adult witches, and is only a member because of her ability to turn her blue nose on and off!
The Tale begins on the eve of Halloween Night, where the witches have big plans to perform a flight formation late that night. Afraid of being late, Blanche sets her alarm clock extra-early, and, ends up flying out much, much too early for the coven meeting. She meets up with children her own age who teach the young witch how to have fun trick-or-treating on Halloween Night! ( )
  zinkognito | Oct 19, 2007 |
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Not more than four or five Halloweens ago there was a very young witch named Blanche who owned a broom, a black kitten called Brockett, and a bright blue nose.
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"Blanche, a real witch, though a young one had a nose that glowed a marvelous blue in the dark. One Halloween, cruising on her broom with black cat, Brockett, she found a band of children and joined them on their trick-or-treat forage."

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