Cosmo and the Great Witch Escape

Cosmo and the Great Witch Escape

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A spookily fun sequel to Cosmo and the Magic Sneeze Cosmo, a witch-cat, is delighted that evil Sybil--the most terrible of witches--is safely in prison. In fact, she is even fitted with a special tag, which means that if she and her cronies try to escape they will be turned into frogs. But then mysterious goings-on are reported in Witch News . Baby witches are being visited by a strange new health visitor--and having their long, curly toenails clipped and stolen! Something sinister is afoot. Could it be that Sybil and her criminal cauldron are at work again?

Publisher: London : Macmillan Children's Books, 2006.
ISBN: 9780330437332
Branch Call Number: J-PB Rees
Characteristics: 243 pages : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Hearn, Sam


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Aug 31, 2018

Cosmo is not any ordinary cat. He's a witch cat and is very pleased that the scariest, the most terrible, the most frightening witch of all time, Sybil is locked up in prison. Now everyone is happy that the witch is in prison and if she tries to escape she will be turned into a frog. But the story starts to unravel when the witch news says that something mysterious is happening with the baby witches. This is a spooky witchtastic book by Gwyneth Rees.
Gwyneth Rees has written many books, yet this is completely different from the other ones. This one gives a very spooky type of reaction through the book which I just love. I really enjoyed the story’s plot and how everything slowly unravelled into pieces. In my opinion, on a scale of 0-5 this book is a 5. It's very fascinating to see evil witches and cats. With each chapter the climax of the story kept building to know who was behind the mystery. I would recommend this book to other “young” readers and I feel like they will also love the book.
- @Bookalicious of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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