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Literature: Dorrie the Little Witch

This is Dorrie. She is a witch. A little witch. Her hat is always on crooked and her stockings never match.

The Dorrie books are a series of children's books by Patricia Coombs, from 1962 to 1992. They are about the adventures, and misadventures, of a young witch and her cat, Gink, as they face evil witches, wizards, and magic gone awry.

Most adventures take place in the town of Witchville, often involving Dorrie's mother, The Big Witch, who sometimes has to come save the day, especially if it's a mess Dorrie made herself. Other times, Dorrie saves the day herself.

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alternative title(s): Dorrie The Witch; Dorrie The Witch
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