Bed-Knob and Broomstick by Mary Norton

By Mary Norton

The Magic Bed-Knob and Bonfires and Broomsticks in a single quantity. those are the exploits of the 3 Wilson young children; pass over rate, the apprentice witch; and the flying mattress. A story of a witch-in-training and hassle of the main unforgettable variety.

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Miss Price always passed so quickly. ” Besides, it had been his secret, his nightly joy. His bed was beside the window, and when the moon was full, it shone on his pillow and wakened him. It had been exciting to lie there, with his eyes fixed on the pale sky beyond the ragged blackness of the cedar boughs. Some nights he did not wake up. Other nights he woke up and she did not come. But he saw her often enough, and each time he saw her, she had learned to fly a little better. At first she had wobbled so, balanced sideways on the stick, that he wondered why she did not ride astride.

Miss Price flushed, but she looked pleased. ” Paul was staring at Miss Price, as if to drink in every detail of her appearance. “I don’t think you’re a wicked witch,” he said at last. Miss Price dropped her eyes unhappily. “I know, Paul,” she admitted in a low voice. “You’re quite right. I started too late in life. ” asked Carey. “It is for me,” Miss Price told her rather sadly. ” “Paul has,” said Charles. Paul came nearer and sat down on a chair. He was still staring at Miss Price, as if he longed to ask her something.

Carey and Charles went very carefully, and Miss Price flapped between like a large grey bird with a broken wing. Paul walked behind – with the broomstick. 2. ” “But, Paul, you ought to have told us. We’d have liked to see it, too. ” Paul did not reply. ” Paul looked stubborn. He felt as if he might be going to cry. Miss Price always passed so quickly. ” Besides, it had been his secret, his nightly joy. His bed was beside the window, and when the moon was full, it shone on his pillow and wakened him.

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