Millie’s a witch, so why can’t she do magic?
Despite her mother’s best efforts to teach her, every spell Millie tries goes horribly wrong, but she’s a fabulous cook.
When Millie conjures chocolate sauce instead of a transformation potion, her mother gives up and sends her to the Enchanted Forest School, where she’s bullied by goblins, snubbed by an elf, and has her witch’s hat stolen.
Even as Millie’s magical talent begins to develop, turning her house ghost into a frog and accidentally charming her entire class, Millie starts to wonder: what if she’s not a witch at all?
“A great addition to any children’s collection, this well-written fantasy will appeal to fans of Gail Carson Levine’s Ella Enchanted and Rick Riordan’s “Percy Jackson” series.” – School Library Journal
Don’t miss this delicious fantasy – magic, chocolate & friendship are on the menu!
A Witch’s Kitchen is a delightful 248-page middle grade novel for fans of the Land of Stories, The Worst Witch, Dorrie and Poppy Pendle!