Which Nose for Witch?

  • Interest Level: Preschool - Grade 3
  • Reading Level: Grade 2

A fun rhyming book from award-winning author, David Crosby. The story has an important message about being happy with your own image and not giving into peer pressure.

When a young witch comes of age, they get to choose their grown-up witch nose! But for Grizelda it is not an easy choice. She goes to the Conk Boutique with her mom but no nose seems to be as good as the one she already has. Her mom is getting frustrated with her daughter, but finally Griz sees the nose for her… it is the one in her own reflection! Despite her mom’s confusion, Griz points out that even if it is not normal for a witch to keep their own nose, she will be the first!

A great book for Halloween or any other time of the year!

Format Your Price Add
Interest Level Preschool - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 2
Genre Picture Books
Category Diverse Books: Celebrating Differences , Diversity, SEL: A Self-Awareness, Social Emotional Learning
Copyright 2021
Publisher Maverick Arts Publishing Ltd
Imprint Maverick Arts
Language English
Number of Pages 32
Publication Date 2021-08-03
Text Type Fiction
BISACS JUV037000, JUV039140, JUV039020
Dewey [E]
Dimensions 9.5 x 9.5
Lexile 560
Features Original artwork and Reviewed


Youth Services Book Review

“This is a lighthearted, sweet story of self acceptance and confidence in choosing to be different from everyone else.”—Youth Services Book Review

Publishers Weekly

“Crosby’s rhyming text sustains a jaunty tone while accurately capturing the drama, and Coroa’s lineup of noses, sealed in jars on the Conk Boutique’s shelves, are frightful indeed.”—Publisher’s Weekly

Author: David Crosby

David Crosby used to read loads of children's picture books from his local library, pretending they were for his son George. Nowadays, David writes children's picture books himself!

Illustrator: Carolina Coroa

Carolina Caroa has had a passion for illustration since she was a child. She studied communication, fashion design, and drawing techniques in Brazil and worked on her concept art skills at Pictoplasma Academy in Berlin.