When Winnie decides to grow vegetables in her garden, she gets more than she bargained for - giant beanstalks, colossal cabbages, and an enormous pumpkin perched on her roof! But what can Winnie do with her huge pumpkin when only the shell is left? Prepare to be amazed and enjoy the accompanying soundtrack that brings Winnie's garden to life.
When Winnie and Wilbur arrive at Cousin Cuthbert's party dressed as a pirate and a parrot, they discover a whole crew in fancy dress, eager for excitement on the high seas, but will they be back with the treasure before the party's over? This edition includes a story and music CD.
This fabulous book is one in a brand new series of four Winnie young fiction titles If you think you know Winnie the Witch, think again! In 'Winnie and the Toof Fairy' you'll find out what Winnie does when she realises she's not the only one with the ability to wave a wand; in 'Winnie's One-Witch Band' she tries to match Wilbur's musical talents; in 'Itchy Witchy' Winnie takes Wilbur (and his fleas) to the pet show; and in 'Winnie Says Cheese' Winnie and Wilbur take some supremely silly snapshots to add to their photo album.
Four crazily funny stories featuring everyone's favourite witch, her big black cat, Wilbur, and a zany supporting cast of new characters. Korky Paul's exuberant black line illustrations complement the humour, slapstick, and moments of real drama that run through each story. Pure magic!
Features Winnie young fiction is perfect for children who have grown up with the picture books and are now ready to share longer stories about a favourite, familiar character.
The stories are perfect for reading to young Winnie fans and, for more confident readers, can also be read by children themselves.
Winnie Says Cheese is one of four launch titles in our exciting new series of Winnie young fiction.
Each book contains four complete stories.
Brilliantly illustrated in black and white line throughout by Korky Paul.
Initial publication of four titles in August 2008, with more planned at regular intervals.
The Winnie the Witch series has sold over two million copies worldwide and has been translated into over twenty languages.