The Unwilling Witch: A Monsterrific Tale (Monsterrific Tales)

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If you are looking for a book that has a lot of chapters that are only a few pages long, then this is the book for you! It isn’t a big book and there are a couple black and white pictures throughout it also. It isn’t until halfway through the book that Angie realizes she just might actually be a witch and she has power. Now all she had to do was figure out how to use it and for good to prove she was really a good person and not bad. I am not sure if this is a book that is part of a series or not. It mentions her brother having been a vampire, but there wasn’t anything in the story about it. And I was confused a little why she gave out the power.

This was a fun book. I really liked Angie and her brother and how they tease each other. This book teaches about friendship, being nice, and overcoming bad situations. I would recommend this book to tweens who are looking for a quick book to read!

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Author David Lubar
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 160 pages
Publisher Tor Teen
Publish Date 9/17/2013
ISBN 9780765330789
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Issue January 2014
Category Tweens


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