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What's in the Witch's Kitchen? (Lift the Flaps) Paperback – 6 Sep 2012
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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 *
About the Author
Nick Sharratt is one of Britain's most popular children's book artists, well known for illustrating the books of Jacqueline Wilson. He has also written and illustrated many of his own books, including Once Upon a Time... (9780744594270) and Pirate Pete (9781844289981) and is renowned for his original and captivating novelty formats. He won the 2001 Children's Book Award and the picture-book category in 2003, and was shortlisted for the Greenaway Prize in 2002. Nick lives in Brighton, Sussex. www.nicksharratt.com
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She had spoken about this book at school that she never gets a turn to read as all the other children get there first. so i suggested i get her ,her very own copy as she was showing so much interest in it. Also i took note that it must be an enjoyable book if the other members of her class are all wanting a turn.
On recieving it and reading it , it truly is a joy and alot of fun, lifting the flaps in different directions, for the good and the yucky. We have read it so many times now she knows it word for word.
I would recommend this fun flap book.