Winnie in Winter (Winnie the Witch)
Winnie, the Witch is tired of winter. She's tired of shivering in the cold and looking out at her garden covered in snow. So, she uses a little magic to bring summer and sunshine to her house. But just as she settles down in her deckchair, hordes of people arrive. With the unruly crowd comes noise and chaos. Maybe winter isn't so bad, after all?
Published August 1st 2006 by Oxford University Press, USA
(first published June 1st 1996)
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This is my review of ‘Whinnie in winter’. I actually remember reading Winnie books in primary school myself, hence why I have chosen to review this book. If I remember correctly as a child when reading Winnie books I was fascinated by illustrations. This made me want to read the book further, having read the books as an adult; I am still finding the pictures fascinating particularly some of the details like her nose and legs. The book is about winter. Winne and her cat are fed up of winter, she...more
I remember reading Winnie books in primary school myself, which is why I chose to review this book. The book is about winter. Winne and her cat are fed up of winter, she waves her magic wand and suddenly the sun is shining. She is about to enjoy a relaxing time in the garden when a big stampede of people arrive in her garden to enjoy the sunshine too. Soon there are too many people in the garden that there isn’t any space for Winnie and her cat. She reverses the magic and enjoys a hot chocolate...more