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   Wicked Witch of the West and the Return of the Wicked Witch of the West, The, by Diane Lee Horwood  
 
  Collection, first publication in November 2001
 
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      "The Wicked Witch of the West" offers a creative tale for children that details the adventures of two spirited youngsters.
    As the story unfolds, Zeke and Joko decide to skip school and ride horses out to a mysterious monument known to all those that ride in the wash as "The Wicked Witch of the West". Soon after they arrive at the site, a dust devil whirls by them, and with the Wicked Witch's magical powers, Zeke turns into a snake. A fanciful sequence of events ensues as the duo strive to turn Zeke back into a human being.

    Open the E-book of Diane Lee Horwood, author of "The Wicked Witch of the West" multi-stories, and read about the love of horses, their playful ways, and ride with Joko and Zeke, and all their friends, in the exciting magical adventures of the new millennium. Fast-paced twists, action, and an unexpected climax combine to render an original and richly detailed amalgamation of mystery and adventure.

     
     
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