Winnie decides she needs a seaside break, so she and Wilbur zoom off to the coast. Winnie makes a beeline for the sea to cool down. Wilbur makes a beeline for anywhere other than the sea-he hates water, and can't bear getting wet. Winnie is having so much fun in the water that she doesn't notice her broomstick being washed out to sea. She waves her magic wand in an attempt to get the broomstick back but it doesn't really go according to plan. The mix of magic and mayhem that follows involves a surfer and a whale and, predictably, it's poor Wilbur who gets the worst of things . . .
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[Praise for the most recent Winnie book, Winnie's New Computer] Paul's artwork is as dynamic and arresting as ever. His comic touch is perfectly judged, stretching this simple story within reach of a wide age group. ( The Guardian, Amazing Stories Supplement)
. . . Winnie [is] one of the most expressive and winning creations around ( West Sussex Gazette)
A glorious new story, and the sixth in this award-winning series, in which Winnie and Wilbur head off to the seaside - with the usual chaotic results.
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Descrizione libro OUP, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 192792008