If you’re like most people, you probably think of witches as being scary, evil creatures. But what if there was a witch who was afraid of witches? That’s the premise of this delightful picture book by Alice Schertle.
The story follows the adventures of a young witch who is afraid of witches. She tries to avoid them at all costs, but one day she accidentally summons a group of witches to her house. The witches are not what she expected, and she soon learns that there is nothing to be afraid of.
This is a great book for young readers who are just starting to read. The words are simple and the illustrations are cute. It’s a great way to introduce kids to the idea of witches and help them overcome their fears.
Other related questions:
What Lexile level is the witch?
The witch’s lexile level is unknown.
What reading level is the witch who was afraid of witches?
The Witch Who Was Afraid of Witches is a level 1 reader, which means it is perfect for kids just beginning to read on their own.
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