Suitable for 7 - 10 years

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Product Description

The cutest witch’s cat since Gobbolino. Gwyneth Rees has given us her most enchanting read yet. Like his father Mephisto, Cosmo the kitten was born with magic in his whiskers and sorcery in his paws. So he’s thrilled when he becomes a proper witch-cat to Sybil the witch. Now he can ride on her broomstick and help her with her spells – and it’s all thanks to his magic sneeze! But something sinister is up in witch world. And when Sybil starts making spooky golden statues of kittens, Cosmo’s hackles are raised. What is really going into Sybil’s scary potions?

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780330437295

Publisher

Macmillan Children's Books

Date published

October 1st, 2005

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.8; Middle years; 5.0 points

Other details
  • 256 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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Author/Illustrator

Gwyneth Rees

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  1. Abigail 113288

    Pooky333
    on 2 July 2014

    It’s a great book filled with humour and adventure. Despite the fact that it looks like it’s for younger children, it is a good book for all ages.

    5out of 5