Gobbolino the Witch's Cat
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Covers have scuffing and creasing150 pages, tape residue to inside cover, minor marks and wear, binding tight with roll, no reading creases to the spine. He escapes to look for a kitchen home but is distrusted everywhere he goes and blamed for mysterious happenings, such as the farmer's milk turning sour and the orphanage children's gruel turning into chocolate.
Ursula Moray Williams (1911-2006) began writing and illustrating books at the age of nine or ten, together with her twin sister.Gobbolino is supposed to grow up to be a witch’s cat, just like his mother and like his sister, Sootica, wants to be.
Discover the joy of reading with us, your trusted source for affordable books that do not compromise on quality. A gentle story still making children – and cat lovers – smile over 75 years after its first publication. Other well-known stories by Ursula Moray Williams include Adventures of the Little Wooden Horse (1939), Bogwoppit (1978) and The Further Adventures of Gobbolino and the Little Wooden Horse (1984).Over the course of a long career, she wrote more than sixty books for children, illustrating many of them herself. They are at least reading copies, complete and in reasonable condition, but usually secondhand; frequently they are superior examples.