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Lulu and the witch baby by Jane O"Connor

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Published by Harper & Row in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Witches -- Fiction,
  • Sisters -- Fiction

Book details:

About the Edition

Lulu Witch begins to change her mind about her pesky baby sister when she thinks that one of her magic spells has made the baby disappear.

Edition Notes

StatementJane O"Connor ; pictures by Emily Arnold McCully.
SeriesAn I can read book
ContributionsMcCully, Emily Arnold, ill.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.O222 Lu 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination65 p. :
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2552060M
ISBN 10006024626X, 0060246278
LC Control Number85045832

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Lulu and the Witch Baby and Lulu Goes to Witch School. Home; My Books; Lulu the Witch Series. 2 primary works • 2 total works. Book 1. Lulu and the Witch Baby. by Jane O'Connor. 98 Ratings 22 Reviews published 9 editions. Book 2. Lulu Goes to Witch School. by Jane O'Connor.   Can Lulu wish Witch Baby back? Beginning readers will love this classic tale from Fancy Nancy author Jane O'Connor about children learning to welcome new siblings. With plenty of humor and witchy magic, Lulu and the Witch Baby is a level two I Can Read book, perfect for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.   Lulu Goes to Witch School, illustrated by Emily Arnold McCully In this second early-reader devoted to the adventures of little witch-girl Lulu - the first was Lulu and the Witch Baby - our witchy heroine experiences her first day at school, where she discovers that she likes her teacher, Miss Slime, but dislikes her classmate, Sandy Witch. A bit of a braggart and a bully, with the /5. Get this from a library! Lulu and the witch baby. [Jane O'Connor; Emily Arnold McCully] -- Lulu Witch begins to change her mind about her pesky baby sister when she thinks that one of her magic spells has made the baby disappear.

Can Lulu wish Witch Baby back? Beginning readers will love this classic tale from Fancy Nancy author Jane O'Connor about children learning to welcome new siblings. With plenty of humor and witchy magic, Lulu and the Witch Baby is a level two I Can Read book, perfect for kids who read on their own but still need a little help. Can Lulu wish Witch Baby back? Beginning readers will love this classic tale from Fancy Nancy author Jane O'Connor about children learning to welcome new siblings. With plenty of humor and witchy magic, Lulu and the Witch Baby is a level two I Can Read book, perfect for kids who read on their own but still need a little help.5/5(2). But Lulu has a problem — another little witch who knows and does everything perfectly. Then a case of lizard pox turns her enemy into a wonderful new friend."Packs plenty of child appeal with its everyday situations and witchy ambience. A great children's fictional book, in my opinion, that should be added to a Halloween book list is, Lulu and the Witch Baby. I believe this is a great book because it sends a clear message to its young audience that it is important to think about others before yourself. Lulu, the main character, the illustrations, and the writing all help 3/5(3).