Winnie's Haunted House

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Review

One sunny afternoon Winnie the witch and Wilbur, her big, black cat decide to have a snooze. A bumblebee flies in through the window. Wilbur can't resist chasing a bee. He jumps and lands on Winnie's favourite vase, smashing it to pieces.

Winnie wakes up and tries to find out what has happened, but she has lost her glasses and can't see much without them. Wilbur's attempts at hiding from Winnie cause more chaos, convincing Winnie that her house is haunted.

How can she find a spell to fix her house and read it without her glasses? Suppose she reads the wrong spell? More fun with Winnie and Wilbur, and a wealth of detail and humour in the lively illustrations.

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