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Witchy Things

Cosas de bruja

Concerned that her flowing blue locks don’t look very witchy, a frustrated spellcaster gets an unexpected attitude adjustment from a wise young stylist. She learns to follow her heart and find true happiness, instead of fitting society’s image of an ideal witch. The book is available in both English and Spanish language versions. Its bruja loves spiders, black cats, and hairy rats, and its audience will love its bold, patterned illustrations, humorous commentary, and relatable range of emotions.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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