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Which Witch Is Which?

por Judi Barrett

Otros autores: Sharleen Collicott (Ilustrador)

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Rhyming text and illustrations present an assortment of witches in silly situations.
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This book was just alright for me, the rhyming definitely helped and made it more interesting. I liked that it was a lot like tongue twisters, and it was interactive giving options to choose from. ( )
  Oliviacap | Nov 21, 2016 |
Cute book for children, nice illustrations, fun repetition and rhymes, colorful and easy to follow. Ends a bit suddenly. ( )
  ErinPaperbackstash | Jun 14, 2016 |
Author Judi Barrett and illustrator Sharleen Collicott deliver an entertainingly interactive witchy extravaganza in Which Witch Is Which?, asking a series of questions - "Which witch is flicking a switch?" or "Which witch is a sneaky snitch? - and presenting four options. The young reader or listener must then examine the illustrations, in order to see which witch, of the four named, is the guilty party.

Although not really a storybook, I imagine that Which Witch Is Which? would make an engaging story-hour read, particularly in one-on-one sessions. Children will enjoy searching for the answer to each question, and will appreciate the rather fantastic artwork, done in gouache. Witches come in all shapes, sizes and species, and that too - the frog witches, the dog witches, and so on - will please young children. I don't know that this one has much relevance for the Halloween season - it can really be read at any time of the year - so I'd recommend it primarily to any young reader who enjoys puzzles, and interactive picture-books, rather than to those looking for specifically witchy fare. ( )
1 vota AbigailAdams26 | Apr 30, 2013 |
This is a fun book that becomes a very entertaining read. Trying to find the right witch throughout the pages sometimes gets tricky, but becomes a great guessing and observation game for children. This could be a great book to read to students when you are trying to get them to make better observations in pictures. ( )
  kloupe1 | Nov 13, 2011 |
Which Witch
is one of the best kid’s books I have ever read, and I wish I had known about it before. It
is fantastic! It has everything, rhyming, rhythm, questioning, visual stimulation,
interactive capabilities, grammar and animals. Each page asks the question, which witch
did……and then asks four questions of different witches in the picture. The
reader must look at each witch in question to find which witch is doing what. I love it. I
especially love that it uses homophones, something even my high schoolers do
not get sometimes. Although I love Ron Barrett’s illustrations, I think I prefer Sharlene
Collicot, the illustrator Barrett used on this book. The detail and intricacies of her work
are phenomenal. Here is a more three-dimensional feel to it, more color, and more to do!
One does not just look at the pictures. One must examine them, and each detail jumps
out, surprises and delights. It reminds me of Animalia in this way.

I really love Barrett’s work, and I really think each book just gets better. I am excited to read more of her work.
  Purr4kitty2003 | Jul 10, 2010 |
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