Diary of an Accidental Witch: Unexpected Guests

Diary of an Accidental Witch

Author: Honor and Perdita Cargill

, Illustrator: Katie Saunders


ISBN: 9781788953412 Category:

PUBLICATION DATE: February 2 2023

BINDING: Paperback

EXTENT: 224 pages

DIMENSIONS: 129 x 198 mm

ILLUSTRATIONS: Illustrations, black and white

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Friday 4th February
It feels like I’ve only been asleep for a minute but I can’t risk being late for school today – the Very Important Witches are coming!

Bea Black is determined to become the BEST witch she can be and learn EVERYTHING about magic. So when a school visit from some VERY important guests is announced, Bea is thrilled! It’s her chance to help Little Spellshire School for the Extraordinary Arts and show off what she’s learned so far.

But when the visitors arrive, they are NOT who the students and teachers were expecting. In fact, they’re the opposite! With the witch school at risk of being exposed, it’s up to Bea to use her ordinary special skills to save the day.

The perfect potion of magic and mischief, DIARY OF AN ACCIDENTAL WITCH is THE WORST WITCH meets TOM GATES.


“Great fun!” – iPaper

“Full of magical mayhem!” – BookTrust

“A magical adventure that will touch your heart and tickle your funny bone.” – Maz Evans, author of WHO LET THE GODS OUT

“A brilliant, hilarious story!” – Emma Carroll, author of THE WEEK AT WORLD’S END


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Meet the author

Honor and Perdita Cargill

Honor and Perdita Cargill are a daughter/mother writing partnership and the authors of WAITING FOR CALLBACK and DIARY OF AN ACCIDENTAL WITCH. Originally from the Scottish Highlands, Perdita spent many…

Meet the illustrator

Katie Saunders

Katie Saunders knew she wanted to be an illustrator when she had a picture published in Twinkie Magazine at the age of five. Katie worked as a teacher before becoming a full-time illustrator. She enjo…