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Product Description

What could be spookier than Winnie’s dark mansion? Her dark haunted mansion, that’s what! A naughty ghost is on the loose in Winnie’s house. It’s smashed the vase and torn down the curtains. How can she get rid of it? No problem. With a wave of her wand, Winnie banishes the ghost… Oh, hang on. Oops! Instead, she fills the house with skeletons, ghouls, spiders and bats. It’s total spooky mayhem! Question: why does scaredy-cat Wilbur look so pleased about it all?

  • Picture book fun with the best-loved Winnie and Wilbur
  • A cheeky tale of ghosts and magic, with a surprising twist
  • Korky Paul’s zany artwork is full of funny details to spot
  • Red House Award-winning series which little ones adore

Product Details

Catalogue number

83 in September Primary UK 2017

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780192744951

Condition

New

Author/Illustrator

Valerie Thomas

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    jjmash
    on 4 October 2015

    this is a good book! though I thought maybe you could make these kind of books for year 6 and 5 years in primary? but any way this is a great book!

    4out of 5