The Witches Ch. 3 — How to Recognize a Witch (note, the last 20 seconds were cut off, but I’ll include them with Chapter 4 tomorrow.)
Roald Dahl’s Boy: Tales of Childhood Part 1: The Bicycle and the Sweet Shop.
Here’s one of my favorite picture books: How Tom Beat Captain Najork and his Hired Sportsmen. It’s a crazy story about a kid who likes to fool around.
Here’s the sequel to How Tom Beat Captain Najork. It’s called A Near Thing for Captain Najork. After the Captain gets himself in a bit of a fix, Aunt Fidget Wonkham Strong must arm wrestle the headmistress of the girls’ boarding school for his affections. Fun!
In honor of Wild West Week, here’s Saving Sweetness by Diane Stanley, one of my all-time favorite picture books. It’s about a runaway orphan and the sheriff who done “saved” her. And here is the sequel, Raising Sweetness, which is about how Sweetness finds the sheriff a wife.
Leghorn by Watt Key–Wally was happy to have a new rooster in the yard, until he became convinced the rooster wanted to kill him.