Happy Birthday, Little Witch

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Illus. in full color. Finding the three friends Little Witch wants at her
birthday party takes more than magic spells in this sequel to "Little Witch's
Big Night.
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In this sequel to Little Witch's Big Night, our eponymous young witchy heroine is dismayed that the preparations under way for her upcoming birthday party - the hanging of cobwebs by Grouchy Witch ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
8
Section 2
10
Section 3
47
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About the author (1985)

Deborah Hautzig was born in New York City and grew up on the Upper West Side. She graduated from the Chapin School and published Hey, Dollface, her first novel, in 1978 while still a student at Sarah Lawrence College. Her second novel, Second Star to the Right, was a National Book Award finalist in 1982 and is still in paperback. She is the author of dozens of children's books, including nine books about Little Witch, a character she created and which made its debut in 1984; eighteen highly regarded retellings of classic fairy tales and stories; thirty-three Sesame Street books, as well as many other well-known titles. She has also written book reviews for The New York Times and contributed to poetry collections. She lives in New York City with her husband and their fourteen-year-old daughter.

Author and illustrator, Marc Brown was born in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1946. He attended the Cleveland Institute of Art. After college, he worked numerous odd jobs before he began his career. He is most renown for creating the Arthur series. The idea for Arthur, the aardvark came one night while telling his son a bedtime story. The first title in the series was "Arthur's Nose" written in 1976. Since then, Brown has written over thirty books in the Arthur Adventure series. D. W., Arthur's sister was another character created by Brown. In addition to writing, Brown also developed the Arthur television series on PBS.

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