Puffin Modern Classic Gobbolino Witchs

£7.99

Gobbolino’s mother was a witch’s cat, so naturally little Gobbolino was expected to be one as well. But who ever heard of a witch’s cat with blue eyes and one white paw, who preferred sitting by the fire rather than on the end of a broomstick?

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Gobbolino the witch’s cat – the charming tale of a witch’s cat who would rather be a kitchen cat.

Gobbolino, the witch’s cat with one white paw and bright blue eyes, would rather be a quiet cat who sits by the kitchen fireside all day. So he sets out on a journey to find a new home, but when people discover he is a witch’s cat he is blamed for mysterious happenings, such as the farmer’s milk turning sour and the orphanage children’s gruel turning into chocolate. Will Gobbolino ever find the loving, trusting home of his dreams?

A perfect story for the classic A Puffin Book series, with charming black and white illustrations by the author, Ursula Moray Williams.

Ursula Moray Williams was born on 19 April 1911 at Petersfield, Hampshire, ten minutes after her twin sister, Barbara. She wrote and illustrated over sixty books for children with the most notable being Gobbolino the Witch’s Cat and The Adventures of the Little Wooden Horse.
Ursula Moray Williams died in October 2006.

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GOODNIGHT MISTER TOM and BACK HOME by Michelle Magorian
CHARLOTTE’S WEB, STUART LITTLE and THE TRUMPET OF THE SWAN by E. B. White
THE BORROWERS by Mary Norton
STIG OF THE DUMP by Clive King
ROLL OF THUNDER, HEAR MY CRY by Mildred D. Taylor
A DOG SO SMALL by Philippa Pearse
MRS FRISBY AND THE RATS OF NIMH by Richard C O’Brien
A WRINKLE IN TIME by Madeleine L’Engle
THE CAY by Theodore Taylor
TARKA THE OTTER by Henry Williamson
WATERSHIP DOWN by Richard Adams
SMITH by Leon Garfield
THE NEVERENDING STORY by Michael Ende
ANNIE by Thomas Meehan
THE FAMILY FROM ONE END STREET by Eve Garnett

Additional information

Weight 0.17 kg
Dimensions 19.8 × 12.9 × 1.5 cm
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Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

vii, 215

Language

English

Edition

Reprint

Dewey

823.912 (edition:23)

Readership

Children – juvenile / Code: J