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WITCH SCHOOL - Book 1 (Books for Girls - WITCH SCHOOL) Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 4087 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 138 pages
- Publisher : KC Global Enterprises Pty Ltd (9 June 2016)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B01GWXVV7Y
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Best Sellers Rank: #77,490 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Loves and Kisses,
I think it is kind of inspired by Harry Potter (not sure)
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Another reason why I found this booking boring is Katrina used the word / conjunction 'and' far to much - eg, Molly wore a long black skirt and a bronze crop top and had her long blond hair tied up in a high pony tail. Obviously, this is just an example but this is mostly what Katrina's description sounds like. Does she not know any better conjuctions and has she never heard of a semi collon (;).
One big annoying asspect of the book (which I find very popular in most of the book I have read by Katrina) is most of the characters have blond hair. Does she have a dislike towards none blond haired people?
The age rating for this series is 9-11. Stick to it, im 12 and this book board me out of my mind. Even though it was an alright way to pass the time, I defiantly won't be buying any more book in this series.
Charlotte is a Witch - like her mother but her father is an ordinary. A human without the power to cast spells / brew potions. Aka a muggle.
She joins a school for witches and makes new friends along her journey through school, but also makes an enimie in the proses. What will happen when Charlotte tells the truth about Margaret?
Don't get put of by my negative review. This book might be for you.
Perfect for younger fans of Harry Potter. If you're older then why not check out one of Katrina's novels suitable for teens. eg - Slave to a Vampire, Angel, My brother is an outcast
Any author who can encourage a child to read voracious amounts of quality literature gets my vote. Whilst our children are in lockdown and the temptations of electronics are calling, I welcome any well written and engaging fiction books.
When I was a little girl, in a world without mobile phones or internet, I read the entire mobile library. I suspect that my daughter will read the entire Kindle catalogue from this author now, so that level of engagement is seriously impressive!
I have just downloaded the second book on to my kindle for her.
Would definitely recommend this to people with little girls. Not sure about boys, as my son hasn't read it.