The Grey Witch Invites Readers on a Magical Romp, Where Anything Can, and Does, Happen
What to do when a spell goes awry? Young readers will revel in the misadventures in the new children’s book, The Grey Witch.
Rolling Hills, CA – Young readers will delight in a world where magic is misplaced and spells go awry. It’s magic and mayhem in spades in the newly released children’s book, The Grey Witch, published by Outskirts Press.
In the world of the Grey Witch children’s toys turn into live animals. Construction workers are transported to far-off lands, tractors and all. Animals change colors and learn to water ski. And, for one little boy, Halloween takes on a truly unforgettable magic.
With her kind, imaginative friends, the Grey Witch experiences extraordinary things, often the result of a spell gone wrong – with charming and hilarious results. Each story in The Grey Witch is a children’s adventure, challenging the imagination of any child who longs for adventure and dreams of magic.
Young readers will enjoy the misadventures, the lovable characters and the playful mayhem. The Grey Witch is brought to life through the words of author Diana Mitchell and illustrator Susan Whiting.
About the book: The Grey Witch by Diana Mitchell ISBN: 978-1-4787-2328-8 Publisher: Outskirts Press Date of publish: November 2013 Pages: 50 S.R.P.: $25.95
About the author: Diana Mitchell was born in England and went to school at Stoetley Hall in Surrey. She attended college in Godalming. At age 18 she joined the WRNS. During this time she met and married an American flyer and moved to America. She now lives in Rolling Hills, Calif. She has six children, eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and many pets.