Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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Nov 27
Magic Can Be Murder by Vivian Vande Velde (review)

Magic Can Be Murder by Vivian Vande Velde (review)

  I liked Nola, she wasn’t like either of the stereotypical types of witches you usually find in young adult books. She wasn’t the old, ugly crone covered in warts. And she wasn’t a breathtakingly beautiful young girl. She is young, but she’s plain, more ordinary looking. She’s kind, and well-meaning, but always manages to get herself into trouble. You get a glimpse of this in the beginning of the book. When she was five, she shows a friend the ‘bucket spell’, which is filling a bucket of water, saying some words, and dropping in a single hair. Anyone looking… Read more »

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