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Pomegranate Witch

Denise Doyen Eliza Wheeler

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Chronicle Books
01 October 2017
Children's & Educational; Poetry (Children's&YA)
Hearkening back to classic children's rhymes and tales of enchantment, The Pomegranate Witch is the charming and darkly expressive tale of a gang of plucky neighborhood children determined to get their share of delicious, ripe, red pomegranate fruits, and the terrifying 'witch' who carefully guards her precious tree against their increasingly elaborate attempts. With impeccable rhyme work and clever, engaging wordplay, author Denise Doyen offers a bewitching, satisfying poem rich with both fright and delight. Complemented perfectly by the illustrations of rising star, Eliza Wheeler, The Pomegranate Witch has the potential to become a modern classic.
By:   Denise Doyen
Illustrated by:   Eliza Wheeler
Imprint:   Chronicle Books
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 193mm,  Width: 239mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   310g
ISBN:   9781452145891
ISBN 10:   145214589X
Pages:   40
Publication Date:   01 October 2017
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children / Juvenile
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Denise Doyen is an acclaimed author of children's picture books. Her first, Once Upon a Twice, earned starred reviews, was a Junior Library Guild selection, a Kirkus Reviews Best Picture Book, and received the E. B. White Read Aloud Award Honor. She lives in Pacific Palisades, California. Eliza Wheeler is the author and illustrator of the New York Times bestseller Miss Maple's Seeds and the illustrator of several acclaimed books for young readers, including Holly Black's Newbery Honor-winning and New York Times bestselling novel Doll Bones and Alison McGhee's Tell Me a Tattoo Story. She lives in Los Angeles, California.

Reviews for Pomegranate Witch

The story's a treat. -Booklist Like a pomegranate, each page is filled with many small delights. . . and just a few mild frights. --The Booklist Reader Luscious rhymes and an atmospheric eeriness immerse readers in a neighborhood battle. -Publishers Weekly, starred review


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