ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: September 6, 2018
What’s in the Witch’s Kitchen?
By (author) Nick Sharratt; Illustrated by Nick Sharratt
Britain’s most popular artist presents a brilliantly original format that very young children will delight in time and again.The witch has hidden a trick and a treat in her magical kitchen cupboards! Which one you find depends on how you open the doors. Whether it’s frogspawn or popcorn, lollipops or rabbit plops, there are hilarious rhymes to discover inside in this innovative new novelty book from Nick Sharratt. Perfect for children to read again and again, this spooky title is great not only for Halloween but all year round.
Reviews of What’s in the Witch’s Kitchen?
A funny delight, which is so much more than just a gimmicky novelty * The Bookseller * Ingenious and so much fun * Bookseller * Clever flaps which open in two ways add a refreshing and witty dimension to this simple, boldly illustrated tour of the witch's kitchen. — Julia Eccleshare * The Guardian * Simple but satisfying. * The Daily Mail * Featured/recommended * Two Writing Teachers Blog *
Nick Sharratt is one of Britain’s most popular children’s book artists, well known for illustrating the books of Jacqueline Wilson. He has also written and illustrated many of his own books, including Once Upon a Time…(9780744594270) and Pirate Pete (9781844289981) and is renowned for his original and captivating novelty formats. He won the 2001 Children’s Book Award and the picture-book category in 2003, and was shortlisted for the Greenaway Prize in 2002. Nick lives in Brighton, Sussex. www.nicksharratt.com