Evie and the Truth about Witches

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Evie and the Truth About Witches tells the story of a girl called Evie who wants to scare herself. So, when she buys the book The Truth About Witches the shopkeeper says “Don’t read the last page out loud”. But Evie does anyway, and a witch appears to take her to a magic witch world. This is a bad book given that it is too simplistic. I feel this book is horrible for people who like details. This book has an excellent plot, but does not have adjectives or have well developed characters. You never get to know any of the characters, not even Evie. Evie and the Truth About Witches also has a lot of pictures. That is where all the detail and effort went. Though it was a bad book I found the pictures nice. The pictures helped show me what all of this looked like because the detail was absent. A child that is learning to read might want to buy this book because it is very simple but still exciting. I would recommend this book for children ages four to six.

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Author John Martz
Star Count 2/5
Format Hard
Page Count 64 pages
Publisher Tundra Books
Publish Date 17-Aug-2021
ISBN 9780735271005
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Issue December 2021
Category Tweens