Wee Green Witch

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Stemmer House Publishers, 1978 - Witches - 30 pages
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A tiny witch with a temper and a housing problem learns the hard way that she must not ignore the laws of nature when she wants it to provide for her own needs. The ecology moral will not be lost on small readers. And the highly imaginative, fun-filled illustrations will delight them.

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Contents

Section 1
14
Section 2
19
Section 3
33
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About the author (1978)

Elaine Arnold is Director of The Separation and Reunion Forum, UK, an organization dedicated to highlighting the traumatic effects of broken attachments, separation and loss. Elaine has previously worked as a teacher, lecturer, child care worker, counsellor and psychiatric social worker. Her interest in attachment issues and separation was first sparked in the late 1940s when teaching in a school in a children's home in Trinidad and Tobago, which housed children for a number of reasons including the emigration of parents.

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