The Witch's Children and the Queen
|The Witch's Children and the Queen|
Cover of the first edition
|Genre||Children's picture book|
|Pages||32 pp (unpaged)|
|Preceded by||The Witch's Children|
The Witch's Children and the Queen is a children's picture book written by Ursula Jones, illustrated by Russell Ayto, and published by Orchard Children's Books in 2003. It won the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize, ages category 0–5 years.
This is the second of three Witch's Children books created by Jones, perhaps better known as an actress, and Ayto. Ayto made the Greenaway Medal longlist as illustrator of the first one, The Witch's Children (Orchard, 2001). As of July 2013, it alone has a U.S. edition catalogued by the Library of Congress (PZ7.J72755 Wi 2003). There are editions in several other languages.
The Witch's Children Go to School (Orchard, November 2008) won the inaugural Roald Dahl Funny Prize, ages six and under.
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