Sunday, March 3, 2013

Review: Witch Twins by Adele Griffin

Claire and Luna may be witches, but there’s no easy spell to stop a wedding!

Though identical on the outside, ten-year-old twins Claire and Luna Bundkin are as different on the inside as peaches and peanut butter. Claire is mischievous and Luna is a dreamer, but they do share a favorite hobby: witchcraft. Whether it’s making breakfast or washing dishes, there’s nothing a five-star witch can’t accomplish with a wave of her pinkie finger. But there are two strict rules: Don’t tell Mom, and don’t try any spells without Grandy—their magical grandmother—watching.

When Claire and Luna’s father announces that he’s getting remarried to a loudmouthed Texas woman named Fluffy, the twins know they need to do something to stop the wedding. Fluffy wouldn’t be a bad stepmother, but Claire and Luna know that she would lure their father to far-away Houston. A spell might be the only way to save their Dad, and they’ll try anything. Even if magic usually lands them in a pot of trouble.

E-galley received for review.

I just love children's books about magic and this was a joy to read!  It was utterly adorable with fun characters and a light, positive, yet educational, message that generated many smiles while reading!  This was the most fun I've had reading a children's book in quite some time!

I thoroughly enjoyed this and am definitely looking forward to reading the other books in the series!

I highly recommend this!  It would be a perfect gift for the little girl in your life.  Really, this is a must read (or gift)!

★★★★ = Really Liked It


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