Dorrie and the Witch's Imp Hardcover – August, 1975. Dorrie and the Wizard's Spell (Dorrie the Little Witch).
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Dorrie and the Blue Witch (Dorrie the Little Witch). An imp that looks like Dorrie appears, distinguishable because his hat is on straight, his socks match, and Natter is neat and doesn't knock over a thing setting the table
Dorrie and the Blue Witch (Dorrie the Little Witch). An imp that looks like Dorrie appears, distinguishable because his hat is on straight, his socks match, and Natter is neat and doesn't knock over a thing setting the table. Will the Big Witch listen? And where is Cook, the real cook? All of the Dorrie books start "This is Dorrie. and have plenty of familiar words to help the beginning reader. They always end with Dorrie going to bed, with Gink at her feet.
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New York : Lothrop, Lee & Shepard. The wicked Gloris conjures up a double for Dorrie, but the double arouses suspicion with its unnatural neatness and courtesy. no page number in the book. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
The twelfth entry in Patricia Coombs' twenty book series about Dorrie and her enchanting adventures, Dorrie and the Witch's Imp sees our young heroine facing off against yet another dastardly plot on the part of an adult enchanter who underestimates her, much to her own detriment. I derived a great deal of pleasure, reading this one as a girl, from the fact that it is Dorrie's supposed flaws - her untidyness of dress, in particular - that prove so instrumental in her triumph here.
Patricia Coombs (born in Los Angeles, California, July 23, 1926). She is the author and illustrator of many children's picture books, including the popular Dorrie the Little Witch series. Of her childhood, she says, ‘I was forever being told to get my nose out of a book and go outside. As a result I ended up reading in odd places where I wouldn’t be noticed-behind my brother’s mice cages, under lilac bushes. The smells of mice and lilacs to this day evoke certain stories.
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