DORRIE AND THE FORTUNE TELLER by Patricia Coombs

DORRIE AND THE FORTUNE TELLER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Once again Dorrie saves Witchviile from disaster by being, as fortune-telling Madame Zee points out, ""the only one who saw what was happening. That is always better than seeing what may happen!"" The initial problem is that Wizard Floog is going to take over the town tower and meadow for a tar and cigar factory unless the population can raise enough money to buy it by midnight. When a fake Madame Zee gives false advice as she prepares to rob the town of buried treasure, Dorrie digs up both the treasure and the real fortune teller just in time -- and even wins over Wizard Floog for another of the all-around happy endings with which the little witch can be counted on to satisfy her fans.

Pub Date: Aug. 13th, 1973
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard