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Any Witch Way

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 40 Ratings and 40 Reviews

Book Description
Enduring the teasing and ridicule of her school mates, Sadie struggles through life as a pre-teen on the eve of her 13th birthday. Three years ago, a car crash took her mother, but Sadie never saw her body. She refuses to believe her mother is really gone. Holding fast to that feeling earns her the nickname "Crazy Sadie."

Despite her one wish to be normal, Sadie only finds solace with ... More
Book Information
PublisherJournalStone
BindingKindle Edition (3 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-10B004TAWXGQ
Publication Date04/07/2011
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About Annastaysia Savage (Author) : Annastaysia Savage is a published author of young adult books. A published credit of Annastaysia Savage is Any Witch Way.
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4/8/2011 Suzanne Morris said:
Twelve year old Sadie has moved to and from several foster homes since her mother died in a car accident. She is bullied at school and called “Crazy Sadie,” by the other students and maybe even a teacher. Sadie is “crazy” because she refuses to believe her mother is dead. She states, emph... more

tags: magical creatures, mother-daughter, war, witchling, witches, gnomes, fantasy, I read

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