Eiko Kadono

Kiki's Delivery Service
  • Kiki's Delivery Service

  • This classic, magical story translated by Emily Balistrieri, will enchant new readers and fans of the beloved Studio Ghibli animation (now on Netflix).

    Kiki is a trainee witch. On her thirteenth birthday she must follow tradition and leave home to find a new village.

    She knows she has to use only her powers to make a living, but Kiki's no good at potions or spells...can she use her flying abilities to make her own way in the world?

    She sets out with her beloved black cat Jiji on an exciting journey, making new friends along the way.

    'A charming and beautifully written story' - Laura Ellen Anderson, author of Amelia Fang

    'A magical, joyous read, brought to life by the most beautiful illustrations' - Harriet Muncaster, author of Isadora Moon

Eiko Kadono was born in Tokyo in 1935 and after living in Brazil returned to the ancient Japanese city of Kamakura. Eiko is one of Japan's most prolific and well-known children's authors. She has written and translated over two hundred books and won many awards including the Hans Christian Andersen Award for Writing in 2018. Her most famous work is Kiki's Delivery Service which was published in 1985 and made into a hugely popular anime film.


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