Winnie Flies Again - Valerie Thomas Reviews
Description:ISBN 0916291952 / Genre: Junior Books / Author: Valerie Thomas, Korky Paul / Paperback / Reading Level: Ages 4-8 / 32 Pages / Book is ... more
Winnie Flies Again - Valerie Thomas ... published 2000-03 by Kane/Miller Book Publishers / Winnie the witch travels on a broomstick equipped with a bike seat, stirrups and ornate Victorian headlamps in this campy tale from a British team. She loves cruising at high altitudes, but, just lately, the sky had become rather crowded. After close calls with a helicopter and a brick tower, above a landscape of quaint English houses and labyrinthine roadways, Winnie sidelines her broom. Yet even on a bike or a horse, Winnie is accident-prone. She trips over her shoes' pointy toes and bends her sorcerer's tall hat, and her black cat, Wilbur, has a bandaged tail to show for it.
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by - written on 30/09/11 (Very useful, 106 readings)
Some of you may be aware from some of my previous reviews that my son owns a collection of Winnie the witch book which I am working my way through reviewing. The book I am reviewing today is called Winnie flies again. Winnie flies again is written by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul. It is published by Oxford University Press and was first published in 1999 but has been reprinted on various occasions since then. The book has a recommended retail price of £5.99 but I actually bought it for my son in a set of ten books presented in a canvas bag for just £9.99 from the book people which is clearly wonderful value and something I would recommend ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/09 (Useful, 16 readings)
Winnie the Witch flies everywhere by broomstick but she keeps having near misses with all kinds of (fantastically drawn) flying machines, not to mention a nasty encounter with a tall building. So she tries a series of other modes of transport but each one ends in disaster until Winnie inadvertently discovers what the problem is & she & Wilbur the cat get back their love of flying. I believe this is the 2nd stunning story in the series, although they could be read in any order. This is on a more ambitious scale than the first book as Winnie takes to the big wide world. The illustrations by Korky Paul are really funny & full of insane ... Read the complete review