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The Witch with an Itch

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Follow one little witch as she tries to cast spells on some innocent woodland creatures. Each time she tries a bad spell, the witch gets an itch that sends her spells off in all sorts of unexpected directions...

Discover the solution to the mystery of Little Witch's itch in this wickedly witty rhyming read, brought to life by the bestselling illustrator of The Night Pirates

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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 newspapers and glossy magazines, but she's much happier working from home as a freelance

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