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Agatho Croustie :

"Voici un superbe album en anglais (...) Le livre invite les enfants à s'entraîner à compter de 0 à 10, puis à rebours, en suivant une troupe de sorcières farfelues sur un balais géant! Les illustrations sont vraiment géniales et amusantes. J'adore l'univers tendre et décalé de Rosalinde Bonnet 😍. Une mention spéciale pour le duo de fantômes qui prend le thé 👻🍵 (...) Une petite beauté qui fera le bonheur de tous les amoureux de mignonnerie macabre!

Curious in Wonderland:

"Zip! Zoom! On a Broom! is a really fun Halloween counting book starring some bickering witches packed tightly on a broom."

"There are lots of fun words in here that I obviously don’t say often (chant, incant, rave, moan) and the kids love all the witchy antics.  I also love the illustrations – especially the ghosts having tea." 

Zip! Zoom! On A Broom

Text by Teri Sloat

Published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers - 2017

ISBN: 9780316256735 - Hardcover - 40 pages - 3+ years - 24,7 x 24,7 cm / 9,75" x 9,75" 

Also available in Board Book, Spanish and Catalan.


One goes zip.Two go zoom.Three witches glide from room to room...

So begins this witchy counting story. Count up from one to ten and back down again, when you join ten very feisty witches — and one little kitten — on their journey through a haunted graveyard, a scary forest, a spooky castle, and more in this adorably eerie tale. This book hits the mash-up sweet spot between an important concept and Halloween fun!


Reviews & Recognition

Red Tricycle: Best New Halloween Books for 2017

"A fantastic rhyming book to celebrate the witchy season." Amber Guetebier

Books to Borrow, Books to Buy:

"Deliciously detailed, fun illustrations are the perfect backdrop to this funny (and just a little bit scary) tale, making "Zip! Zoom! On a Broom" pure delight from start to finish." Kendal Rautzhan

San Diego Family Magazine: Best Halloween Books for Kids


Publishers Weekly:

"Bonnet’s illustrations have a chaotic, wobbly quality that suits this story of a late-night haunting gone wrong. Readers will want to pore over the details of her eerie, monster-filled nocturnal scenes."

The Horn Book: From The (Ghoulish) Guide: Horn BOO!

"Humorous ink-and-watercolor illustrations (featuring some familiar creepy creatures) are coupled with bewitching rhymes."


School Library Journal:

"A mildly spooky general purchase for all libraries, this may be just the ticket for detail-driven independent readers, who will enjoy finding the lightly hidden numbers on each page or perhaps telling the story behind each scene."

Read Brightly: 17 Frightfully Fun Stories to Get Your Kids in the Halloween Spirit

"Who better to help kids learn to count all the pieces of candy they collect on Halloween than a bevy of witches and their pet cat?"

Scottish Book Trust: 10 great ghostly reads

8 Enchanting Books About Witches and Cats

10 Books to Celebrate Maths Week Scotland 

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