Broomhelga, the neighborhood witch, is bored and lonely. Though she's only doing what witches are supposed to do, making potions and casting spells, everyone fears her. Everyone that is, except for a little girl named Wanda.
Wanda has a mind of her own and has always wanted to meet a witch. On one particular Halloween, with the ring of doorbell and the creak of a door, Wanda and Broomhelga come face to nose. What follows is an unusual friendship that is more treat than trick.
In A Little Witch Magic, storyteller Rand Whipple brings, from the page to the ear, Robert Bender's story of a friendship that ignores all of the rules.
©1992 Robert Bender (P)2013 Rand Whipple