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The Weather Witch

3.37  ·  Rating details ·  52 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Megwyn Nashe used all her power to conjure up a spell so mighty that the village was concealed for ever.

Clee Manor is hardly the kind of place that young Londoners Kerry and Joe want to spend the summer. But as direct descendants of the sixteenth-century witch who was responsible for the disappearance of the village of Cleedale, they find themselves drawn into the house's
Paperback, 232 pages
Published 1991 by Puffin Books (first published July 5th 1989)
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Karl Orbell
Jan 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
I've been reading Paul Stewart books for a few years now, particularly his collaborations with Chris Riddell: The Edge Chronicles, Barnaby Grimes, Wyrmeweald, Free Lance, etc. I was running out of these series and thought I had better scan his bibliography to see if there's anything older I've missed. Then I saw this book, The Weather Witch , his second ever novel, and thought - "Hang on! I've got that!"

Searching through my older bookcases, I found it, a 1991 copy, bought in 1991 by me at schoo
Vick Knight
Mar 18, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I was put off reading it at first by the rather horrifying looking cover, but I soon got into it. It is the first and only Paul Stewart book I have read and I really enjoyed it. I liked the mix of history and modern day, as well as the (view spoiler)
All in all, it was a clever mix of magic, history and a bit of modernity.
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S.I. Anderson
Feb 21, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Read this book as a child about 15 years ago. Was a good read and I have fond memories of it. Not sure I would like it as much if I read it again today...
Syafiqah Shukri
To childish for me, but it has an interesting concept..
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Paul Stewart is a highly regarded author of books for young readers – from picture books to football stories, fantasy and horror. Together with Chris Riddell he is co-creator of the bestselling Edge Chronicles, which has sold more than three million copies and is available in over twenty languages. They have also collaborated together on lots of other exciting books for children of all ages. The F ...more
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