Written by Joanne Lécuyer
Illustrated by Brooke Alexander
Juliane is a young witch who has been given the important task of guiding travelers through the magical Forest of Ennyar. A few months before, she’d been entrusted with taking a very special egg across the forest. The last magical water dragon has now hatched. As Juliane and the dragon will learn, a dark energy is rising in the forest, but not all is as it seems. Friendship and courage will be required to face the unknown, and help save magic.
Book 2 – Witch and the Cat series.
Book 1 – The Witch, the Cat and the Egg
Genre: Chapter Book
Category: Children’s fiction, fantasy, magic
Age Group: 7 to 10
Format: print (softcover) and e-book
Inside: Color illustrations
Pages (print): 79
Print Book size: 6×9
Published Date: October 2014
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The Witch, the Cat and the Water Dragon was superb! Delightful! It kept our interest till the last page….we are awaiting the next adventure! The images showed to us the faces of the heroes and supplemented the story perfectly. It is a very positive read for the young ones. Full of positive messages towards the earth, the animals, the environment, the family, friendships etc. Excellent vocabulary, the book can easily be read by kids that are learning English. We enjoyed it very much. We read it in one day, so we could find out what would happen in the end. Wish you all the best with the new book!Test readers – Olga (mom), Nikos (12), Vivian (19) – from Thessaloniki, Greece – June 27, 2015
Hannah (age 9) – “I liked the illustrations and the magical feeling.”Test readers – Girls, Kindercare Daycare, Russell Public School – June 27, 2015
Ruby B. (age 10) – “I liked when the dragon hatched because the picture was really cool.”
Katharina (age 9) – “I liked the book because it was full of adventure like when the evil sorcerer “Trom” tried to take all of the magic in the forest.”
Karalia (age 8) – “I thought that this was a very interesting book because it was filled with wondrous adventures, so I loved the book.”
Sierra (age 10) – “I really liked the book.”
Logan (age 9) – “I really liked this book! It is one of my favourite books that I have read in my life.”Test readers – Boys, Kindercare Daycare, Russell Public School – June 27, 2015
Jack (age 10) – “It was a very exciting book. Thank you for sending it to us. It was a cool book.
Good luck with publishing it. p.s. A lot of people liked the book a lot.
Ryan (age 8) – “This is the best book I ever read!”
Zachary (age 9) – “I liked the whole book. It was awesome but my favourite part is when the water dragon hatched.”
Nicholas (age 11) – “This is a wonderful book.”
William (age 9) – “I liked the story a lot because the water dragon was so cute.”
I read both of Joanne’s first two books to the children “The Witch and the Egg” and “Kaptain Vamp”. The children in Kindercare daycare are between the ages 5-11 and all have enjoyed these books and look forward to the sequels.Cindy, Kindercare Daycare, Russell Public School – June 27, 2015
In May, we read “The Witch, the Cat, and the Water Dragon” and the children were equally enthralled. As an educator, I felt the excitement of the children and their interest in the book as I read it each morning before school in our daycare program. I would always try to leave a cliff hanger as there were many and they could not wait to get back to the book the next day to find out what happens.
Thank you Joanne for enhancing the imagination of the children at “Kindercare”. Cindy Saucier
In reading the manuscript for The Witch, the Cat and the Dragon, I liked how the storyline flowed well. Suggest that you leave some parts unresolved at the end to keep the reader thinking about the story afterwards.Teagan (13) – Test Reader – June 26, 2015
When I read The Witch, the Cat and the Dragon story, I didn’t feel like it was another rendition of a story told over and over again, as often fairy tales are. Another awesome adventure! When do I get to go back?Erin(mom) – Test Reader – June 26, 2015