Alice Nizzy Nazzy: the Witch of Santa Fe

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When Manuela's sheep are stolen, she has to go to Alice Nizzy Nazzy's talking road-runner-footed adobe house and try to get the witch to give the flock back, in a Southwestern version of the Baba Yaga story.

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User Review  - Donna Essner - Goodreads

For anyone who loves 'witchy' stories and tales with a mix of Little Bo Peep thrown in, this is a delightful story. Tomie dePaola's illustrations add another scary, but funny, dimension to the story Read full review

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User Review  - Miri - Goodreads

This is a Baba Yaga style story. Alice Nizzy Nazzy is a witch that eats children and lives in a house with chicken feet. One day Manuela loses her flock of sheep and wanders into Alice Nizzy Nazzy's ... Read full review


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