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The Witch at the Window By Ruth Chew,

  • Title: The Witch at the Window
  • Author: Ruth Chew
  • ISBN: 9780590437936
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 Why did a witch appear at Nick s window Could it have something to do with a mysterious tree in Prospect Park Ever since Nick and Marjorie discovered it, strangeFor 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 Why did a witch appear at Nick s window Could it have something to do with a mysterious tree in Prospect Park Ever since Nick and Marjorie discovered it, strange things have been happening First, they find an odd spoon with no owner Then a spooky bird follows them home and talks to them It must be the witch s magic But where has she vanished to And what is she looking for
    The Witch at the Window 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 rea

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    1. Such a fun story I m sad I didn t find these books sooner I would have absolutely adored them in Elementary school But they re still delightfully enchanting I really loved learning all the rules of the magic and I liked the characters a lot High three stars.

    2. Good, but a trifle annoying in parts The I read of Ms Chew s books, the less I like them Unfortunately, they re all very similar, and that gets old after the first few books There are a couple that I really like, but the rest are just meh.

    3. Ten a el libro de hac a a os y hasta ahora lo leo Es un libro que se lee en toda una sentada Y como es para ni os es una lectura muy liviana.

    4. After Marjorie finds an odd spoon in the park, a witch appears at Nick s window that night The next day the brother and sister notice a starling following them and soon discover that it can talk It leads them to a mysterious tree in Prospect Park They discover a secret cave deep within the tree that holds many magical secrets, the most surprising of which is the identity of the witch Young readers will enjoy the magical elements of this gentle tale There is hardly a fright in sight in this easy [...]

    5. This is a wonderful book which follows the classic Ruth Chew formula.A sister and brother are alone and a little bored during summer vacation while their mom and dad are off at work The kids run around entertaining themselves The girl even wears their house key around her neck During their running around, they get mixed up in magic and even meet a witch They have a couple little mishaps and a few close calls, but all s well that ends well.Sigh I love me some good Ruth Chew.

    6. Young kids meet a witch who takes them on adventures They learn some spells and learn that power comes with a price A quick read for kids turned on to books about magic Short enough to read aloud, but with so many better books out there, why would you

    7. Have I mentioned that I love Ruth Chew These are such cute stories Each a little different, all a bit the same a boy and girl, left unsupervised, stumble upon a bit of magic and all the adults are oblivious All are short and sweet.

    8. Not going to lie this book creeped me out a bit when I was a kid It s another one of those books that is nostalgic for me.

    9. It s a good book The things that you don t understand at the beginning of the story make sense at the end.

    10. I was a big fan of Ruth Chew I remember reading several of her books Most of them are centered around magic.

    11. Ruth Chew was one of my favorite authors during my childhood I have fond memories of reading her Witch books They fostered my love for children s literature.

    12. Two kids discover a hollow tree at the bottom of which a witch has made her home They take something of hers and she comes looking for it Funny adventure story not scary.

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