Evie and the Truth About Witches

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This was a life learning book. It’s moral was don’t go anywhere with a stranger because it is very dangerous no matter how friendly they seem. The best part for me was when they had a feast. I thought the plot was very interesting. The story starts as Evie goes to the library wanting to read something that spooks her. The librarian tells her not to read the last page out loud but the mischievous girl she is, she does it and a bad thing happens that night. That very night she figures out that witches aren’t allowed to go back to their families and aren’t allowed to visit them either. That made Evie realize being a witch isn’t always a good thing. John did lovely illustrations that made the book come to life. Each page makes you excited about what is about to happen next. This book would fit kids of all ages. I would recommend this book to all the kids out there from one to seventeen years old. Even though the cover looks scary it doesn’t mean it is a scary book. Always remember stranger danger. “ Do the scary thing first then be scared later” – Daniel Handler

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Author John Martz
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 56 pages
Publisher Koyama Press
Publish Date 2018-Oct-09
ISBN 9781927668597
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Issue March 2019
Category Early Reader


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