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The Boy & Little Witch

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message 1: by Ben (new)

Ben White (ben_white) The Boy & Little Witch

The Boy's treehouse has seven basements and a crow's nest with a telescope, and a spiral slide that goes from the top of the tree to the bottom.

Little Witch's house is tall and thin and painted pink and purple, and it sits on top of a giant mushroom that smells like used teabags.

The Boy and Little Witch meet almost every day to trade lunches and talk and go wandering, to So Long Beach or Two Big Rocks, or to visit Cliff Face or Mr River. Sometimes they annoy each other or have disagreements, or Little Witch argues at The Boy while he sits and smiles, but they're best friends, and nothing can change that.

But there's something wrong happening deep in the heart of Oubliette Island, and even the outskirts have been touched. Though it means abandoning comfort and journeying through lands unknown (or perhaps just forgotten), The Boy and Little Witch set out to retrieve what was taken from them - and to find that which is most precious.

Read chapters one and two online.


message 2: by Patricia (new)

Patricia Puddle (trishapuddle) | 31 comments This sounds delightful. I'll have to check it out, Ben.


message 3: by Debi (new)

Debi Faulkner | 43 comments Mod
I love the description of the tree house! Fun!


message 4: by Ben (new)

Ben White (ben_white) The treehouse is based on all those drawings of 'secret bases' I (and every other kid) drew when I was little, no matter what I always put in a spiral slide from the top to the bottom, and a crow's nest with a telescope at the top, and at LEAST seven basements underground.


message 5: by Debi (new)

Debi Faulkner | 43 comments Mod
Because every treehouse needs at least a couple basements! hee hee


message 6: by Toni (T.C.) (new)

Toni  (T.C.) LoTempio (toni1953) | 8 comments Sounds like a cute book.


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