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Amaryllis & Little Witch

Amaryllis & Little Witch

By Pascal Brullemans
Translated by Alexis Diamond
Subjects: Quebec Playwrights, Family Life, Siblings, Translations, Theatre for Young Audiences, Family, By Age — 11–14
Duration: 105 minutes
Imprint: Playwrights Canada Press
Paperback : 9780369101143, 128 pages, June 2020
Expected to ship: 2020-06-30


In these dark fairy tales, two girls face danger while grieving loved ones, and learn some hard truths about growing up along the way. Imaginative and curious, these fables illustrate adventures for children who have to make big choices.

In Amaryllis, a preteen goes missing on her birthday. Amaryllis heads out with her sister Fey’s ashes, determined to scatter the remains and set Fey free. But when she discovers that Fey is stuck between life and death, she realizes she has to join Fey on a trek to the Land of the Dead.

In Little Witch, a sickly mother and daughter live in the deep, dark woods. One day, Big Witch finds an ogre caught in a trap. They make a deal: in return for saving him, the ogre agrees to take care of Little Witch once Big Witch has passed. Soon, the little girl finds herself in the ogre’s home, frightened and alone except for her pet cat. But when a Hunter Boy gets caught by the ogre, Little Witch must make a choice: save herself, save the boy, or choose another path . . .