A Tale of Witchcraft

A Tale of Witchcraft

Book - 2020
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Fourteen-year-old Brystal Evergreen has secured worldwide acceptance for the magical community but new threats arise, including the centuries-old Righteous Brotherhood that intends to exterminate all magical life, beginning with Brystal.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2020
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780316523561
Characteristics: 432 pages : illustrations, map ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Dorman, Brandon
Call Number: J COLFER, C


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Oct 07, 2020

"Everything seems unfair when you measure it with the wrong tools. Life isn't supposed to be measured by time, by luck or by privilege. Life is supposed to be measured by purpose. Everyone is born with a purpose - weather they choose to believe it or not. Some are meant to learn lessons, some are meant to teach them, while others are simply meant to observe. Naturally, a lot of people resent life when their purpose isn't easy or when it doesn't match their hopes and dreams, but no one leaves the world without completing exactly what they were meant to do. That's the rule of life." - Mistress Mara

Oct 07, 2020

""Oh no, we're terrible," Tangerina said. "When Mrs. Vee cooks, it's like watching a conductor leading a symphony- all the cooking utensils float seamlessly around her and create a meal in perfect harmony. When we cook, it's like watching and earthquake inside a hurricane."
"I think the utensils are staring to hate us," Skylene said. "I didn't realize pots could be passive aggressive, but today they wouldn't even hold water!"
"Skylene, you were using a colander!" Tangerina said.
"Oh," she said. "I'm glad it wasn't personal."" - A Tale of Witchcraft . . .

Oct 07, 2020

""And Stitches," Lucy said to change the subject. "Tell me about your dolls? Are they significant to you?"
Instead of answering, Stitches lunged toward Lucy and plucked a strand of her hair. The witch carefully sewed the hair into the head of her doll, the closes her eyes, and whispered an incantation. When it was finished, Stitches began poling the doll with her sewing needle.
"Can you feel that?" she asked
"Feel what?"
"How about this?"
"Um . . . no?"
"What about that?"
"I feel annoyed, does that count?"" - A Tale of Witchcraft . . .

Oct 07, 2020

"No one finds the answers if they're too afraid to ask the questions." - Madame Weatherberry

Oct 07, 2020

"Brystal! Someone from the Southern Kingdom sent you a dead caterpillar! Oh wait, the letter says it was supposed to be a butterfly by the time you opened it. Well, that's a shame." - Skylene

Oct 07, 2020

"We've been merchandised!" - Lucy


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Oct 20, 2020

KOTLCfan thinks this title is suitable for 7 years and over

Jul 01, 2020

swapnikakodela thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 5 and 11


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Nov 04, 2020

Such a great book that helps young ones deal with the idea of mental illnesses and how to handle them. I would recommend this to parents who have children who might have mental illnesses during this time in our world. Please share this information so parents have that outlet. Love this book and I hope to pass it down onto my children when I have them. And as a teenager with mental illnesses, Chris Colfer did a great job on how to explain it and give resources. Love it.


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