The Witch's Dog

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Cackling Carol must be the only witch in the world who hates cats! So she decides to get a dog instead. Together with her faithful and very clever Broom, she visits a dogs' home and finds Big Roddy, the biggest and shaggiest dog you could imagine. All Cackling Carol's witchy friends fall about laughing when they see him. But just who is it that saves them all from the wicked Wizard Egbert? More
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About Stephanie Dagg

I'm an English ex-pat living in France with my family and a lot of animals, including llamas and carp. I was a bestselling author in Ireland, where we lived for 15 years before we moved to our new home here. I've recently relaunched my writing career, but this time as an indie ebook author and publisher. It's the twenty-first century after all!

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Angela Hope reviewed on on June 2, 2018

A very enjoyable story well thought out and written.
(review of free book)
Victoria Zigler reviewed on on Aug. 27, 2016

An excellent book; well-written, and entertaining.
(review of free book)
Beth McCain reviewed on on Aug. 23, 2013

Great book. Easy quick read and the story is well thought out and written.
(review of free book)
Skye Lotus reviewed on on Oct. 26, 2012

This book is really creative and imaginative, great for a quick read before bed or just to enjoy anytime. I read the whole series and loved it, although being a fast reader wanted something longer to flip through.

An excellent grab! I'm sure many kids would love to read this book and the others that come after it.
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New Paradigm Press reviewed on on Oct. 7, 2011

This is a very cute story! I recommend it to anyone of any age that loves a good old fashioned witch story! Especially this close to halloween. Great for kids, fun for adults, too (especially those who have children or remember what it was like to be a child).
(review of free book)
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