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Cosmo the witch-cat has his paws full with his new baby brothers and sisters. Especially when the kittens accidentally get turned into frogs by the kindly Frog-Witch.

But before she has a chance to magic them back, the Frog-Witch and all the frog-kittens are kidnapped by a sinister stranger with froggy plans. Can Cosmo come up with the purr-fect way to save the day... before it's too late?

A funny, spooky and utterly ribbeting story from best-selling author Gwyneth Rees.

©2008 Gwyneth Rees;

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  • Jane
  • 08-31-11

A great book for the car

I got this for my 5 year old daughter to listen to in the car, and I've now listened to it more often than anything else I've ever got from Audible. We both think it's great. The story is engaging without being too terrifying for a child. The underlying ideas are imaginative and fresh. Each scene is well done. The overall plot makes sense. The narrator, Sophie Aldred, does a terrific job of differentiating the characters. You can listen to it five times on a long journey to France and not want to smash your ipod into tiny pieces at the end.
I should note that it is the third in the series - Cosmo and the Magic Sneeze is first, Cosmo and the Great Witch Escape is second, and these are great too. But it's not really necessary to read them in order - everything explained very clearly.

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