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by Joan Carris

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ISBN:
039732068X
Author:
Joan Carris
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
HarperCollins; First Edition edition (April 1, 1984)
EPUB book:
1950 kb
FB2 book:
1875 kb
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1342 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
382


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Rosetta, a witch's familiar, must teach a twelve-year-old girl, who does not know that she is a witch.

Joan Carris has published more than a dozen books for children as well as four textbooks. She also teaches graduate-level writing at Duke University. She lives in Beaufort, North Carolina. Books by Joan Carris. Mor. rivia About Witch-Cat.

Joan Carris has published more than a dozen books for children as well as. .Joan Carris, Noah Z. Jones (Illustrator). Witch-Cat by. Joan Carris, Beth Peck (Illustrator).

Rosetta, a witch's familiar, must teach a twelve-year-old girl, who does not know that she is a witch, how to use her magical powers.

Joan Carris Joan Carris. Grampa's menagerie of pets are rubbed the wrong way when a needy little critter arrives in this lighthearted chapter book.

Ever since Grampa Bender opened his doors (and veterinary skills) to a despondent Canada goose, a cranky muskrat, and two tiny but rebellious fox kits, his animal boarding house has been turned upside down. Luckily, Ernest the mini-pig is on hand to marshal the other animals into being good hosts-but since wild things are, well, wild by nature, it has been trickier than he imagined.

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Based on the Witch-Cat Novel by Joan Carris. This Cartoon Idea is to be made by Warner Bros Animation. Rosetta - The Main Character, and an Abyssinian-Breed Cat. Gwen Markham - A Middle-Schooler who is trained by Rosetta to use magic for good. Dinki - A Schnauzer who didn't like Rosetta at first. Grizelda - A Siamese-Breed Cat and Rosetta's rival. The Queen Mother - A Persian Cat and Superior of Rosetta and Grizelda. The King Father - A Nebelung Cat and the husband of the Queen Mother.

Source for information on Carris, Joan 1938- (Joan Davenport Carris): Something About the Author dictionary

Source for information on Carris, Joan 1938- (Joan Davenport Carris): Something About the Author dictionary. Witch-Cat was adapted for film as part of the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS-TV) Story Hour Special, 1985, and was adapted for audiocassette, read by Ruth Ann Phimister, Recorded Books, 2001. Gearing her children's books for readers from age six through the mid-teens, writer and educator Joan Carris creates fast-moving stories that feature likeable characters and plots that often feature elements of fantasy.

A down-to-earth girl is made to see that she is a witch through the efforts of a magical cat.
  • Beranyle
I loved this book growing up and hope my niece loves it now. It's the cutest story of a cat, trained to work with witches, being sent to North America to train the first witch of the 20 century (which will give you an idea of how dated this book is.). The story is fast paced and easy to read for any kid who enjoys reading. I would recommend this book to any kid who enjoys The Worst Witch type books.
  • Nirn
I remembered this book from back in 1987, when I was 9. I was delighted to find it online to give to my youngin' now 9 herself. She has read and re-read it. The subplots in this book involve doing the right thing and getting in touch with your true self. Rosetta and Gwen are both memorable, lovely characters. My 7-yo daughter is reading it now. Very satisfied with this purchase.
  • Djang
I read and reread this book many times as a child. The idea of having a magical pet who'd been revered by the Egyptians was enthralling to me. I also loved the way the main character finds out how to use her powers and what will happen if they're misused. In the same way that Harry Potter does, Witch Cat makes you wait and hope for the day you find out about your witchcraft abilities. A charming read.
  • Tinavio
This is a book about a cat assigned to teach Gwyneth, a young skeptic of a girl, that she is in fact a "witch". The story is amusing, as the cat does magical things which the girl then tries to explain scientifically. The most important part of the book was the girl's steady realization that she could see the good part that is in all people, and that if she had magical powers, that she must use them to bring that good part into clearer focus.