Arianwyn is back for one final adventure in the third
Apprentice Witch book – Studio Ghibli meets Diana Wynne
Praise for book 1:’Reminded me
of the best of the Worst Witch books’ ABI
ELPHINSTONE’The Apprentice Witch
is entirely more charming, adventurous, and full of heart than
a book has any right to be.’ TRENTON LEE STEWART’A delightful, witty and vivid story’
KIRAN MILLWOOD HARGRAVEThe war is over
and Arianwyn has discovered the secret of the quiet glyphs, but
her troubles are far from over.
Her day-to-day work as Lull’s witch is tricky enough: winter has
set in, bringing bad weather, ice imps and befuddling Yule traditions.
But when Arianwyn’s grandmother is abducted by the traitor on
the Council, our witch faces her greatest challenge yet. What really
makes a witch come true? Our lovable heroine is about to find
A bewitching series set in a world of domestic magic
– a refreshingly small-world fantasy perfect for readers aged
9 and up.
A spellbinding read, tapping into important themes of
overcoming failure and building self-esteem.
Filled with thrills, pesky magical conundrums, outlandish
creatures and an enchanted forest, yet retains its warm soul
and earthy charm!