Witch Tales

by Manjiri Limaye

  1. ISBN: 978-81-291-1927-8
  2. Pages: 96 pages
  3. Date: January 2012


This book will take children to the world of witches, where they will meet nice,
industrious witches next door.
‘Witch’, the word has always been associated with evil, mean and nasty beings
with potions and always looking for trouble.
But this book presents witches and their story in a completely different light.
The narrator mentions that like everyone else she held the same opinion about
witches before she came across these tales which made her change her opinion
As Zischka the witch from the book says, “We do so many things other than
making potions and casting spells”. And these ‘other things’ are what Witch Tales
are all about.
This book has stories about witches. ‘Stories which will tell you something interesting
about a fact which you have always known, but not the witchy reasons behind
them.’ – Lia, The Ladybird.


With a Master’s degree in German from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Manjiri
Limaye works as a technical translator. She loves to read, travel, swim and play
with kittens. She speaks four languages, wants to learn more and write stories
which children – and anyone with a child within – can enjoy.

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