Tiffany Aching’s Guide to Being a Witch

Tiffany Aching’s Guide to Being a Witch marks the first time Rhianna has contributed to her father’s body of literary work for children. Written in collaboration with author Gabrielle Kent and illustrator Paul Kidby, this in-world guide was published in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Terry Pratchett’s first Tiffany Aching novel, Wee Free Men.

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What people are saying…

…a remembrance and pulling together of all the best things of the Witches of the Discworld, a real homage to the work that was done by Terry. But it’s also a book of asides, dirty humour, wonderful illustrations, call backs to the world that we’ve all explored as we made our way through the Discworld books. There’s sidebar conversations between Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg, the wee free men make multiple misspelt appearances, there’s goats, elves, Greebo, and so much more.

Lots of small chapters explain various aspects of witchcraft according to Tiffany, which makes it an easy read with lots of places to pause, or if you want to read it as a soothing bedtime read in small bites. I had to read it all in one go as it was so like the books we all loved that it was almost as though he had written it himself. Big Bearded Bookseller