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About the Book

Introducing Discworld

Title Page

Chapter 1: A Clang Well Done

Chapter 2: Miss Tick

Chapter 3: Hunt the Hag

Chapter 4: The Wee Free Men

Chapter 5: The Green Sea

Chapter 6: The Shepherdess

Chapter 7: First Sight and Second Thoughts

Chapter 8: Land of Winter

Chapter 9: Lost Boys

Chapter 10: Master Stroke

Chapter 11: Awakening

Chapter 12: Jolly Sailor

Chapter 13: Land Under Wave

Chapter 14: Small, Like Oak Trees

Author’s Note

Read On

About the Author

Also by Terry Pratchett


About the Book

Nine-year-old Tiffany Aching thinks her Granny Aching – a wise shepherd –

might have been a witch, but now Granny Aching is dead and it’s up to Tiffany to work it all out when strange things begin happening: a fairy-tale monster in the stream, a headless horseman and, strangest of all, the tiny blue men in kilts, the Wee Free Men, who have come looking for the new ‘hag’.

These are the Nac Mac Feegles, the pictsies, who like nothing better than thievin’, fightin’ and drinkin’.

Then Tiffany’s young brother goes missing and Tiffany and the Wee Free Men must join forces to save him from the Queen of the Fairies . . .



The Discworld series is a continuous history of a world not totally unlike our own, except that it is a flat disc carried on the backs of four elephants astride a giant turtle floating through space, and that it is peopled by, among others, wizards, dwarfs, policemen, thieves, beggars, vampires and witches. Within the history of Discworld there are many individual stories, which can be read in any order, but reading them in sequence can increase your enjoyment through the accumulation of all the fine detail that contributes to the teeming imaginative complexity of this brilliantly conceived world.


Some things start before other things.

It was a summer shower but didn’t appear to know it, and it was pouring rain as fast as a winter storm.

Miss Perspicacia Tick sat in what little shelter a raggedy hedge could give her and explored the universe. She didn’t notice the rain. Witches dried out quickly.

The exploring of the universe was being done with a couple of twigs tied together with string, a stone with a hole in it, an egg, one of Miss Tick’s stockings which also had a hole in it, a pin, a piece of paper and a tiny stub of pencil. Unlike wizards, witches learn to make do with a little.

The items had been tied and twisted together to make a … device. It moved oddly when she prodded it. One of the sticks seemed to pass

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