Little Witch Goes to School.pdf
From School Library Journal
Kindergarten-Grade 3-Little Witch is back and she wants to go to school. Frustrated by her continual good behavior, Mother Witch wants her daughter to stay home and learn to be bad from her relatives. When Little Witch promises to be bad if she is allowed to go to school, her mother agrees. Despite her pledge, Little Witch is a good role model for enthusiastic cooperation in the classroom, as she participates in activities, performs her assigned job, and even gives the other children a ride on her broomstick. At the end of the day, she admits that she didn't hold up her end of the bargain. Her mother reminds her, "It's bad to break a promise." Beginning readers will find sufficient picture clues, repetitive language, short sentences, and action to support their reading efforts. They will also get a kick out of the twist of semantics at the end of this lighthearted story, and will enjoy the appealing watercolor-and-pen illustrations that appear throughout.
Gale W. Sherman, Pocatello Public Library, ID
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Mother Witch finally agrees to let Little Witch go to school, on one condition: Little Witch must promise to be very, very bad. But can the irrepressibly good Little Witch keep her promise? Full color.
Little Witch wants to go to school just like her friends, but her mother thinks she should stay home and learn from her witchy aunts. Mother Witch finally agrees to let Little Witch go, but only if she promises to be very, very bad. It's a wild ride on a broomstick that kids won't soon forget! The third book in the popular Little Witch series, Little Witch Goes to School has all the mixed-up magic and quirky humor kids have come to love in the first two books.