Some more great book suggestions for Hallowe’en from Lou @BookMurmuration. Have you read any of these?
Witch Girl by Jan Eldredge
Evangeline Clement is almost thirteen and there is no sign of her familiar. She’s afraid it will never come and she will turn out to be a middling with no magical powers. Magic has been handed through her family for generations and she spends her days learning from her grandmother.
When the pair are called to an old mansion, they are confronted with a terrifying case and Evangeline finds out secrets about her family’s past.
This has serious Princess And The Frog Vibes. Set in Louisianna, the landscape is all swamps and cypress-trees and rivers. The language, too, reminds me off The Princess And The Frog – Evangeline wears gator skin boots and lives for her Grandmama’s pecan pie.
I liked this version of witch-craft – it was less about waving wands and more about talismans and forcing dark spirits along on their journey. The…
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