The Witches: The Graphic Novel
Witches are real all around the world. Witches have clawed and wrinkled fingers, wear wigs, and have no toes. Witches are very very dangerous and harmful to children. That is what a boy’s grandmother told him. One day, the boy and his grandmother went on a vacation together to a hotel called: “Hotel Magnificent”. Thinking the boy would be bored, the grandmother got him two mice. On that day, the boy couldn’t find a little place in the hotel to train his mice. He found a big place there, so he snuck in. The room was full of witches! he overheard everything they said. He heard that they were going to use a very harmful plan against children. Will the boy think of something to save all the children from the witches?
This is a very dramatic and fun read. I really like the cover, too. It’s cool that they made one of the characters a girl because it was a boy in the original book. Otherwise, it’s great to read The Witches in the graphic novel version.
|Author||Roald Dahl, Illustrated by Penelope Bagieu|
|Page Count||304 pages|
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|Category||Sequential Art - Kids|