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The Witch with an Itch: Dragon v Dinosaur

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The littlest witch and the wizard, her twin, were both very stubborn and both liked to win . . .

Who will triumph - the littlest witch or the littlest wizard? Magic transforms the twins from princess and knight to deadly dragon and dinosaur. BUT the littlest witch's troublesome itch soon comes along - and teaches the twins an important lesson . . .

A fantastic rhyming read from the creators of The Witch with an Itch and the illustrator of The Night Pirates

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10th July '17
I read it to cr aged 6 aged 6
The Witch with an Itch: Dragon v Dinosaur 9780857551023
5 stars
a brilliant book about sibling rivalry with twins who are a witch and wizard. 
this book is really funny and the illustrations make it even more fantastic.
12th March '18
I read it to FreddyBoggis aged 5 aged 5
The Witch with an Itch: Dragon v Dinosaur 9780857551023
5 stars
A very funny book, with great illustrations. The littlest witch and wizard are twins and when one transforms into something, the other has to do better. This goes on and on until they turn into a dragon and a dinosaur, but the littlest witch gets an itch and luckily it saves the day. A fun book and nice story to help teach children about rivalry. My little boy enjoyed this.
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About Helen Baugh

Helen Baugh wrote her first book (a book of spells) as a very young child. After taking a degree, travelling and working as a copywriter, she finally came full circle and started writing children's books again. Helen lives with her partner and their two daughters near the sea in Sussex.

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When Ruth's three children aren't sending footballs whizzing past her ears and persuading her that sweets are healthy, they're saying funny things that she scribbles down and turns into stories.

Ruth used to be a writer and sub-editor on national newspape...

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