Room on the Broom

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Popular children's book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

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Young Adult (18-35)


British (England - Cockney, Estuary, East End) British (General)


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Rain on the Brain by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler. The witch had a cat and a very tall hat and long ginger here, which she wore in a plat. How the cat purred and how the witch grinned as they sat on her broomstick and flew through the wind. But how the witch wailed and how the cat spat. When the wind blew so wildly it blew off her hat down, cried the witch, and they flew to the ground. They search for her hat, but no hat could be found. Then, out of the bushes on thundering paws bounded a dog we've ever had in his jaws. He dropped it politely, then eagerly said, as the witch pulled the hat firmly down on her head. I am a dog. As keen as can be. Is there room on the broom for a dog like me? Yes, cried the witch, and it took, clambered on the witch, tapped her broomstick and wished they were gone over the fields and the forests. They flew, the dog wagged his tail and the stormy wind blew. The witch laughed aloud and held on to her hat, but blew away the bow from her long ginger platt. Down cried the witch, and they flew to the ground. They searched for the bow, but no Bo could be found. Then, out from a tree with an ear splitting shriek flapped a green bird with a bow in her beak. She dropped it politely, then bent her head low, then said as the witch tied her Platt in a bow. I'm a bird as green as can be. Is there room on the broom for a bird like me? Yes, cried the witch. So the bed, flattered on the witch, tapped her broomstick and wish they were gone. Over the reeds and the rivers. They flew. The bird treated glee, and the stormy wind blew. They shot through the sky to the back of beyond. The witch clutched her bow, but let go of her wand down, cried the witch, and they flew to the ground. They search for a wand, but no wand could be found. Then, all of a sudden, out from a pond lip to dripping wet frog with a dripping wet wand, he dropped it politely, then said with a croak, as the witch tried the wound in the fold. of her cloak. I am a frog as clean as can be. Is there room on the broom for a dog, like for a frog like me? Yes, cried the wet. So the frog bounded on the witch, tapped her broomstick and wash. They were gone over the moors and the mountains. They flew. The frog jumped with joy and the broom snapped into down fell the cat and the dog and the frog. Down they went, tumbling into a bog. The witch is half broomstick flew into a cloud, and the witch heard a roar that was scary and loud. I am a dragon as mean as can be, and I'm planning to have which and chips for my tea. No! Cried the witch, flying higher and higher. The dragon flew after her breathing out fire. Help cried, the witch flying down to the ground. She looked all around, but no help could be found. The dragon drew nearer, licking his lips, and said, Maybe this once I'll have, which without chips. But just as he planned to begin, his feast out from a ditch rose a horrible beast. It was tall, dark and sticky, feathered and furred. It had four frightful heads and wings like a bird and it's terrible voice. When it started to speak, was a yowling to growl and a croak and a shriek. It did, and it squeezed as it strode from the ditch. And it said to the dragon, Buzz off! That's my witch! The dragon tree back and started to shake. I'm sorry, he splattered. I've made a mistake. It's nice to have met you, but now I must fly and spread out his wings and was off through the sky. Then down through the bird down Jump the frog down, Climb the cat and fear set a dog and thank you. Oh, thank you. The Grateful Witch cried. Without you I'd be on that dragons inside. Then she filled up her cauldron and said with a grin, Finds something, Everyone who throws something in. So the frog found her Lily. The cat found a cone. The bird found a twig, and the dog found a bone. They threw them all in and which stirred them well. And while she was staring, she muttered a spell. Egot easy gti zag Zoom, Then Outro is a truly magnificent broom with seats for the witch and a cat and a dog. And this for the bird And the shower for the frog. Yes, cried the witch and they all clambered on the wish, tapped her broomstick and lush, they were going the end.