!!> Reading ➼ The Everyday Witch ➵ Author Sandra Forrester – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Everyday Witch Beatrice Bailey Is Tall, Skinny, And About To Turn Twelve Years Old On That Birthday She Will Get Her Official Classification As A Witch But Will She Be Named An Ordinary Everyday Witch Or A Specially Empowered Classical Witch When The Big Day Arrives, The Witches Executive Committee Can T Decide How To Classify Her At Last, They Agree That Her Maximum Magic Level Must Be Tested, And To Pass The Test She Must Break A Spell That Has Been Cast By The Evil Sorcerer, Dally Rumpe Thus Begins Beatrice S Series Of Adventures Breaking The Spell Takes Beatrice And Her Three Best Friends To Several Dangerous Realms Within The Witches Sphere In This Tale, Their Main Challenge Is To Get Past An Enchanted Hedge Of Thorns And A Fire Breathing Dragon To Undo The Spell That Has Cast The Land In Snow And Ice Author Sandra Forrester Promises Further Bewitching Adventures In Books To Come In Each Adventure, Beatrice Makes New Friends Who Help Her When She Goes On To Face Dangerous New Encounters Here S A Combination Of Fantasy, Whimsy, And High Adventure Guaranteed To Keep Young Readers Turning The Pages Ages

About the Author: Sandra Forrester

Sandra Forrester is the author of Sound the Jubilee Dutton and My Home Is Over Jordan, both National Council for the Social Studies Children s Book Council Notable Trade Books in the Field of Social Studies.She has a master s degree in library and information studies and lives in Alabama.

10 thoughts on “The Everyday Witch

  1. says:

    oh my god I found it I read this book 6 7 years ago in Greek Back then I didn t know anything about goodreads and the greek publishing company never continued on with the series I talked my dad s ear off, telling him that I was SURE it was a series, but with no means of finding if I

  2. says:

    I ve been racking my brain for AGES trying to remember the name of this series I knew it was a middle grade book about a young witch on some kind of magical quest to prove her powers, with friends in tow Oh and at some point they maybe had to crawl through a giant hedge Super vague.Finally,

  3. says:

    I read this because it s one of my sister s favorite books We usually have the same taste in books but I wasn t into this one as much as I hoped to be I think if I d read it as a kid as my sister did , I would ve enjoyed itthan I did reading it as an adult The pacing felt off and it took me over half

  4. says:

    Nice to get back to something that I read when I was younger I really want to read the whole series.

  5. says:

    This book is good, but I do not like how it ends with a cliffhanger They don t exactly finish the book If anyone would like to buy a fantasy than this one would be good, but not my go to one.

  6. says:

    A charming, quick read

  7. says:

    A girl named Beatrice turns 12 and is going to be classifed as either a classical or everyday witch Beatrice want to be a classical type and the Witch Commity can t decide So they decide to give her a test Dally Rumpe, a evil witch casted a spell over five reigons If Beatrice can undo the spell all of her ansestors failed she will be c

  8. says:

    Hmmmm It s like someone said, You know what is really hot right now in Kid Lit Pre teen to teenage witches, who have to solve an impossible task, and who have a few quirky friends Oh, and make the all powerful sorcerer villain first appear as benign and slightly ridiculous It s not as if I didn t like this book I just feel like I ve read it bef

  9. says:

    Genre YA some what urban fantasyThis borders on being children s rather then YA, as the writing is fairly surface level But it s got a cute concept of what what witches and magic are, and the 4 main characters are pretty modern kids.

  10. says:

    These are just fun children s books to read for entertainment I enjoyed them immensely when I was 13 14.

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