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Little Witch 2

Haunting and Hexes

Authors: Aleesah Darlison
(5 customer reviews)
01/Oct/2017
Children, Magic, Witches, Humour
176
Paperback
978-1-925520-57-6
$14.99

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Welcome back to Mixton Bay and Hauntings & Hexes the second instalment in the sparkling, magical Little Witch series from popular children’s author, Aleesah Darlison.

New home. New school. New friends. And new enemies…

The summer holidays are over. It’s time for Courtney to start at her new school and settle into life in Mixton Bay. No problem. Right?

Except for the fact that Courtney is a witch-in-training so `fitting in’ isn’t the easiest thing to do.

When a malevolent spirit bent on revenge is released into the world, things get dangerous for Courtney and those closest to her. Will she be able to save the day and keep her growing powers a secret?

Aleesah Darlison

Aleesah Darlison

Aleesah Darlison is a multi-published, award-winning Australian author. She has written over thirty picture books and novels for boys and girls of all ages. Her much-loved stories promote the concepts of sustainability, environmental awareness, courage, understanding, anti-bullying, love, self-belief, friendship and teamwork. Aleesah’s book Our Class Tiger was joint winner of the 2015 Environment Award […]

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5 reviews for Little Witch 2

  1. Hauntings & Hexes is the second book in Aleesah Darlison’s Little Witch series, following on from Secrets & Spells. While some children may prefer to read the books in order, Hauntings and Hexes also sits well as a stand-alone novel. Courtney is a novice witch, learning magic in her attic with the help of her late grandmother’s spell book, a talking cat and the occasional whispered message from the spirit world. When she starts high school as the new kid in town, she’s trying to fly under the radar, but the temptation to do just a little bit of magic is too strong to resist. Of course, it doesn’t help when your magic isn’t always completely reliable. To make matters worse, Courtney’s deceased grandmother had a (well-deserved) reputation in town as a witch, and not everybody was happy about it. Will Courtney have enemies from the outset? Growing up is all about making mistakes, but when you’re a witch in training, your mistakes can have some pretty serious consequences and Courtney has accidentally unleashed a mischievous spirit on her village. Will she be able to save her new home or could the consequences be more serious? The Little Witch series, with its themes of magic, friendship and adventure is sure to appeal to the tween crowd, and independent readers aged 8 to 11 will likely make short work of this easy-to-read, 144-page novel. Hopefully Aleesah Darlison will magic up a few more installments in this fun new series.

  2. A fun junior series for kids who love fantasy and witchy things, Secrets and Spells and Hauntings and Hexes are the beginning of a very cool new series.

  3. Courtney is a fabulous role model for young girls and very relatable. She’s independent, strong willed and she likes to do things her own way.

  4. Hauntings and Hexes is a fast-paced chapter book packed with action, humour and a few surprises. It is well-written and will have Little Witch fans turning the pages as they absorb the magical story.
    Review http://www.julieannwallaceauthor.com

  5. The Little Witch Series features wholesome magical stories with gentle elements of tween/teen romance. The stories deal with realistic family and relationship issues set against a backdrop of fantasy and magical escapism centred in the real world. Light-hearted and funny, this series feature a strong, independent and unique female lead character whom readers will relate to as she confronts familiar situations with new solutions, learning more and more about her family and herself as she does so.
    No matter what series Darlison writes she has a knack of creating totally believable characters who are great role models for young readers showing independence, imagination and ingenuity while still engrossing them in a compelling and intriguing adventure.
    http://thebottomshelf.edublogs.org/

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