Katie is an ordinary girl apart from one thing – she’s a witch and can do magic spells.
Katie puts a magic spell on the TV Remote so that she can pause and rewind real life. When she takes it to school it proves to be a useful but risky devise.
Katie is growing up. She feels she is too old for an Easter Egg hunt. She is delighted when, over the holidays, Paul invites her to the cinema. She has some magic chocolate for him – but it does not work quite as expected.
A nasty tummy bug is going around the school. When Katie falls ill, she has words with a virus and gives it a piece of her mind.
All sorts of horrid rumours are flying round the school about Katie. They say she was responsible for the not-very-nice thing that happened to the new school swimming pool. It is almost like a witch hunt.
Katie the Witch takes part in a play on the fringe of the Edinburgh Festival and comes up against actors’ superstitions about Shakespeare’s Macbeth
Katie swaps identities with her cat Solomon – and soon realises that she has done a silly and dangerous thing.
Katie is stuck inside the form of her cat, Solomon. She goes to school and is shocked by all the trouble Solomon is causing inside her identity. She also overhears a plot to besmirch her best friend Isis.
A TV programme offers to redecorate the house of Katie and her mum for free. Shumash – the estate agent whom Katie’s mum likes is involved. What could possibly be wrong with that?
Doesn’t everyone want to be popular? If you were a witch, would you just make a magic spell to ensure that everyone adored you?
Katie the Witch has Katie has created a spell to give her a magic personality that will charm everyone. She has won instant popularity at school with teachers and pupils alike. Is she really a new and improved person?