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Our award-winning friend Heckerty(r) - the hilarious 409 year old green-faced witch with a heart of gold - is back in her latest adventure storybook.Heckertys Valentine promises ever more laughs, and as your children giggle their way through herMoreOur award-winning friend Heckerty(r) - the hilarious 409 year old green-faced witch with a heart of gold - is back in her latest adventure storybook.Heckertys Valentine promises ever more laughs, and as your children giggle their way through her zany adventures and the storybooks magical illustrations, theyll discover important life values caring, honesty, integrity, and loyalty. They may even want to make Valentine cards!HECKERTYS STORYBased on the forthcoming app of the same name, Heckertys Valentine is the latest story in the Heckerty series. Heckertys funny mistakes continue as the story opens with her visiting her fastidiously neat and tidy cousin Persnickerty. Her cousin insists on showing Heckerty how many Valentine cards shes getting, declaring herself the most popular witch in Spellbound. Even her snooty, spoiled cat, Angelica, has admirers, boasts Persnickerty, suggesting that Gelly show her cards and presents to Heckertys faithful but unkempt cat, Zanzibar. Its not his fault hes smelly and scruffy, Persnickerty declares, Heckerty neglects him.Hurt by Zanzibars depressed reaction to Angelicas cards and presents, Heckerty and Zanz return home where Heckerty promises Zanzibar he will have a Valentines card. At this point Zanzibar comes up with his great idea that both of them will make cards for each other but they wont sign them so they wont know who sent them!As in all Heckerty stories, everything turns out well in the end with both Heckerty and Zanzibar receiving cards from each other and both realizing that they are the other ones best friend.Thousands of kids world wide have met and loved this funny, green-faced little witch created by Ezra & Ann Rachlin (one of Englands most famous storytellers). Parents and teachers adore the traditional illustrations in the great British storytelling tradition of Winnie the Pooh, Beatrix Potter, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan & Harry Potter. The many five-star reviews around the web show the magic of this green-faced witchs story for young and old alike.