Seven children named Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday; a witch who intrudes on the peace of their cottage; and a spell only the children's mother can break - these dramatic elements for a story that is both contemporary and timeless. Inspired by a sixteenth-century game still played by children today, this fresh and original story by Audrey Wood is certain to become a classic.
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Review: Heckedy PegUser Review - Goodreads
This is one book I was read to as a child and I remembered when I was in the Boardman library and drove all the way to the Austintown library just to get in the same day. I really like this book it ... Read full review
Review: Heckedy PegUser Review - Jeannette Brown - Goodreads
I saw my brother in law rate this book and couldn't help but rate it myself. Heckedy Peg is one of my favorite books from childhood. My dad always read the witches voice soooo creepily! This is one of ... Read full review