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by E. Larreula
Author: E. Larreula
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 2, 1989)
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The eccentric and comical Witch Hazel decides it is time to get married. Suitors include a skeleton, a monster and a ghost but eventually this mischievous witch decides to accept the wizard's hand. But the marriage has surprising consequences for the new groom! show more.
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Witch Hazel gets Married. ISBN 9780521373579 (978-0-521-37357-9) Hardcover, Cambridge University Press, 1989.
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Further adventures of the irresistible Witch Hazel in which Witch Hazel decides to go the the fair in the nearby town. She is very excited, looking forward to all the dancing and competitions. Being a rather vain witch, she hopes to win and have her picture in the papers.
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