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Download and read online What the Witch Left in PDF and EPUB The discovery of a pair of gloves in an old chest of drawers begins a series of magical adventures for two young playmates.
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Download and read online The Witch Family in PDF and EPUB Old Witch, Little Witch Girl, Weeny Witch, and two real girls in a fantasy that blends the worlds of reality and imagination. A Halloween classic about the power of make-believe.
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Download and read online The Black Witch The Black Witch Chronicles Book 1 in PDF and EPUB A new Black Witch will rise...her powers vast beyond imagining.
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Download and read online A Matter of Fact Magic Book The Wednesday Witch in PDF and EPUB Read the adventure that started it all—Ruth Chew’s very first story! A Wednesday Witch’s magic is best on Wednesdays. On that day, she goes looking for trouble! And one Wednesday, Mary Jane hears a knock on her front door. A mysterious old lady with a skinny black cat has come to visit. It must be a witch! But what mischief is she up to? For decades, Ruth Chew’s classic chapter books full of everyday magic have enchanted early readers. Now that they are in print again, a new generation can fall under her spell and fall in love with reading.
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