A Job for Wittilda

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Puffin Books, Jul 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
Wittilda needs a job! Her forty-seven cats are down to their last dried rat, and she needs to make some money. So Wittilda and her feline friends scour the want ads in the newspaper and find the perfect job&150a delivery person at Joe's Dingaling Pizza. With her trusty broom, Wittilda will be the fastest delivery person in town! And her cats will get to enjoy a delicious Dingaling special combo pizza!

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User Review  - AbigailAdams26 - LibraryThing

Wittilda was a witch with a serious problem. Her forty-seven cats - strays and lost kittens always seemed to find their way to her house - needed feeding, and she was down to her last dried rat! What ... Read full review

A JOB FOR WITTILDA

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Having trouble making ends meet, witch Wittilda kisses her 47 cats good-bye to go job-hunting, but promptly gets into trouble when, as a newly hired hairdresser, she arranges Mrs. Hatrack's hair into ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Caralyn Buehner grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and won state and national awards for her writing during her teenage years. After she married illustrator Mark Buehner, he encouraged her to write and they have collaborated on many children's picture books. Her works include The Escape of Marvin the Ape (1992), A Job for Wittilda (1993), It's a Spoon, Not a Shovel (1995), Fanny's Dream (1996), I Did It, I'm Sorry (1998), I Want to Say I Love You (2001), Snowmen at Night (2002), and Superdog: the Heart of a Hero (2004). Her writing has been honored with two Utah Children's Choice Awards, a CBC Children's Choice Award, Parent's Choice Award, an ALA Notable Book, and a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor Award.

Mark Buehner was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1959. He is the award-winning illustrator of numerous children's books, including some that were written by his wife, Caralyn Buehner. He has illustrated such works as Snowmen at Night, Fanny's Dream, The Adventures of Taxi Dog, The Escape of Marvin the Ape, The Queen of Style, and Balloon Farm. He won a Best Picture Book from Publishers Weekly for My Life with the Wave (1998).

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