Spell of Witches (Belfry Witches) ePub download
by Kate Saunders
- ISBN: 0330372823
- ISBN13: 978-0330372824
- ePub: 1681 kb | FB2: 1129 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Literature & Fiction
- Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books (1999)
- Pages: 128
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 463
- Format: doc mbr lit txt
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Kate Saunders worked as an actress until she was twenty-five and then became a writer. For children, she has written CAT AND THE STINKWATER WAR as well as the BELFRY WITCHES series. As a journalist she has worked for many national papers: she can also be heard regularly on Radio 4. She lives with her son and three cats in London.
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Belfry Witches was a television show broadcast by the BBC during its CBBC slot. It ran for just over a year, airing in September 1999 and running its thirteenth and final episode in November 2000. The show followed two witches, Skirty Marm (Laura Sadler) and Old Noshie (Lucy Davis) as they caused mischief in a quiet English village named Tranter's End, which they fled to after being banished their home on Witch Island.
Spell of Witches (Belfry Witches) By Tim Archbold Kate Saunders. Vintage spooky children's books Ghostly Giggles and Witches Spell (1970's).
The Belfry Witches (omnibus) (2003). Cat and the Stinkwater War (2003). The Little Secret (2006).
For the New Zealand field hockey player, see Kate Saunders (field hockey). For the Tibet specialist, see Kate Saunders (Tibet specialist). Saunders won the annual Costa Children's Book Award for Five Children on the Western Front (2014), a contribution to the classic fantasy series that E. Nesbit inaugurated in 1902 with Five Children and It. She was also a contributor to the authorised Winnie-the-Pooh sequel, The Best Bear in All the World. A Spell of Witches (1999). The Belfry Witches (omnibus) (2003).