59th out of 167 books — 199 voters
Which Witch Is Which?
by Pat Hutchins
"When identical twins Ella and Emily are invited to a Halloween party, they decide to dress as witches. As the party progresses, readers will have fun deciding 'which witch is which'....Hutchins exhibits mastery of combining concept, mental stimulation, and visual interest to crate a well-integrated, entertaining book."--School Library Journal.
Hardcover, 24 pages
Published October 23rd 1989 by Greenwillow Books
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This is one of those not-a-Mama-favorite books that Charlotte really likes. It is short, it involves children dressed as witches, and that's about all that Charlotte requires. It is a little bit cute, though, for all that I'm weary of it. The witches are twin girls named Emily and Ella, and you are given hints in the text to guess which witch is which in the pages. Charlotte does like guessing which witch is which, and the illustrations are lovely, so I put up with it. It is, after all, a librar...more
Sep 11, 2012 Kristin Lee rated it 2 of 5 stars
This book was a cute book. The reader needs to remember how the twins are identified in the beginning of the book to determine throughout the book which witch is which. The story reads like a poem. I can see my future students in the younger grades reading this book as a part of individual reading time.