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Laura Owen- Winnie the Witch
Following the success of the Winnie the Witch picture books, author Laura Owen teamed up with original illustrator Korky Paul to produce these fantastic short stories perfect for slightly older readers who are just beginning to get more confident with reading independently.
Winnie the Witch Story Book Series
Here is Laura Owen and Korky Paul's Winnie the Witch Series in reading list order from first to last:
Whizz-Bang Winnie (2008)
Life is never dull for Winnie the Witch! In 'Hot Cross Winnie' a trip to the shops turns into a desperate hunt for a missing Wilbur; in 'Winnie's Book Day' a problem with reading doesn't stop Winnie from bringing stories to life for a whole class full of children; in 'Winnie Gets Cracking' she creates a 'chocodile' capable of laying chocolate eggs; and in 'Whizz-Bang Winnie' Winnie gets her skates on to speed past the motorised competition in a 'hot wheels' race.
Mini Winnie (2008)
Winnie the Witch is ready for anything life throws at her! In 'Winnie's Awful Auntie' Winnie and Wilbur have to deal with an unbearably fussy relative on an unexpected visit; in 'Winnie Goes Cleaning' Winnie offers her janitorial services to the local school with hilarious results; in 'Winnie and the Ghost in the Post' Winnie and Wilbur find themselves the surprise winners of a television poetry competition and in 'Mini Winnie' there's an unusual solution to a laundry problem.
Winnie Says Cheese (2009)
If you think you know Winnie the Witch, think again! In 'Winnie and the Toof Fairy' you'll find out what Winnie does when she realises she's not the only one with the ability to wave a wand; in 'Winnie's One-Witch Band' she tries to match Wilbur's musical talents; in 'Itchy Witchy' Winnie takes Wilbur (and his fleas) to the pet show; and in 'Winnie Says Cheese' Winnie and Wilbur take some supremely silly snapshots to add to their photo album.
Winnie the Twit (2009)
Winnie the Witch is an accident waiting to happen! In 'Winnie and the Cog' you'll find her creating a most unusual pet; in 'Winnie's School Dinner' she has some new interpretations of canteen favourites, in 'Winnie Fixes It' she takes on some home improvements with dramatic results; and in 'Winnie the Twit' Winnie fancies herself as a bit of a naturalist.
Giddy-up, Winnie! (2009)
Winnie the Witch has many talents! In 'Winnie's Wheels' she magics an old wreck of a car to take herself and Wilbur on holiday and demonstrates some rather unconventional driving skills; in 'Blooming Winnie' she summons the help of the ghost of Great Aunt Winifred in order to control a class of unruly children who have come to see her garden; in 'Winnie's Tea Party' Winnie is playing hostess and showing off her culinary repertoire to her oddball relatives; and in 'Giddy-Up, Winnie!' Winnie and Wilbur head for the local race meeting on a homemade hobby horse - with hilarious results.
Winnie's Big Catch (2009)
Winnie the Witch is thinking big! In 'Winnie's Knickers', Winnie and Wilbur decide to market big padded pants perfect for broomstick-bruised bottoms; in 'Crash, Smash, Winnie!', Winnie decides to raise funds to buy a big cupboard for all her knick-knacks . . . by selling all her knick-knacks at the car-boot sale (logic was never her strong point!); in 'Winnie Scores!', Winnie joins the little ordinaries from the local team in a football match against the Boggle-End Rovers and finds herself being tackled by Big Doris; and in 'Winnie's Big Catch', Winnie and Wilbur go fishing with Captain Stinky Stan and end up reeling in something awfully big!
Winnie Goes Batty (2010)
Those who know her, know that Winnie the Witch can be a little batty, to say the least. In 'Big Top Winnie' Winnie would love to have the grace of a high-wire walker, only to discover her talents are more suited to clowning around; in 'Winnie's Bubble Trouble' Winnie gets (literally) carried away in her attempt escape from doing the housework; in 'Winnie Digs Deep' Winnie hunts for priceless objects in her garden but finds out that Wilbur and Jerry are her real treasures; and in 'Winnie Goes Batty' Winnie is about to rustle up some batburgers in the kitchen when she discovers that bats are actually sweet little creatures and should certainly never be on the menu!
Winnie On Patrol (2010)
In 'Winnie's Fun Run' Winnie joins the local charity race but her trainers seem to have a mind of their own; in 'Winnie Gets Things Moving' Winnie decides to rearrange her furniture . . . and ends up with a mutiny on her hands; in 'Which is Witch?' a social scientist decides to study Winnie with hilarious results; and in 'Winnie on Patrol!' the local school children get a lollipop lady with a difference!
Winnie Takes the Plunge (2011)
Winnie is not afraid of taking the plunge. In 'Winnie's Mouse Organ' Winnie discovers that the little rodents who share her house have undiscovered musical talents; in 'Winnie's Snowball' Winnie unwittingly magics a snowman into the rather dangerous 'abominable' variety; in 'Winnie's Giant Party' Winnie helps Jerry, her giant next-door neighbour, to get into the party mood; and in 'Winnie Takes the Plunge' disaster strikes when Winnie gets flushed down her loo and ends up trapped by a merman under the ocean waves until Wilbur stages a bold rescue.