Ten Little Witches

Written by Nancy Krulik

Reviewed by Shelby G (age 9)

Ten Little Witches in the Sabrina book series is a really good book. Harvey, Sabrina's mortal friend gets a mysterious invitation to a party in the "other realm." When they get there, a prank is pulled and Sabrina decides to get to the bottom of it. At the end, a family is reunited and the prankster is found. This book doesn't have any lessons or morals, it's just entertaining.

I really liked this book because it was just something fun to read. The way the author put it, I felt like I was there, watching it happen. The Charmingly's (a couple also invited to the party) are probably my favorite characters because they seem like really friendly people who I would like to meet. In the book, Bunny Cabot seemed like a rich, pretty, blonde but at the end turns out to be a person who knows about science and has brown hair and glasses. The thing that is unique about the book is that it is part of the Sabrina the Teenage Witch series. There is a similar plot to the books because something bad happens, Sabrina fixes it. When I read this book I felt like I was a witch myself.

I recommend this book because it's a good way to use your imagination. The plot has so many twists and unusual happenings, that it kept me interested and you will be to!

Shelby G is a student in Mrs. Appell's 4th and 5th Grade Class
2005-2006