Diary of an Accidental Witch: 1
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I was immediately transported into Bea's world, where she is surrounded by mystery and magic. The story, told from Bea's point of view, is thoroughly entertaining and I can imagine children in classrooms from Year 2+ enjoying this as a class read, where they can discuss Bea's mishaps after they finish laughing!
The title is as much of a spoiler as you need. Magic abounds in Little Spellshire. The plot is told as a diary but it doesn't drag or get caught up in the mundane. The characterisation is good even for non-human characters. There is humour and a relatable main character. Buy from our bookstore and 25% of the cover price will be given to a school of your choice to buy more books. *15% of eBooks. Home >The Halloween party is coming up and finally she learns that she can do magic and she has more friends that support her than she thinks. Bea's Dad accidentally enrols her in the witch school of Little Spellshire and she's pretty sure no amount of practice and homework will make her perform actual magic. She'd be happy enough if she could at least make some friends in this weird place.
The School of Extraordinary Arts may sounds quite normal. In fact, it is a Witch School! Bea has arrived there by accident just because her father enrolled her at it rather than Spellshire Academy – it is all quite a witchy place! As a result, Bea spends every day in a world where she is never sure exactly what will happen next…There is loads of magic, heaps of surprises and an abundance of friendship. No wonder Bea loves every minute of her time there. And readers will love her glorious adventures too. Step aside Hogwarts, there’s a new magical school in town and I definitely want to attend…where can I enrol? Now, that’s a big statement from someone who is obsessed with everything HP. Diary of an Accidental Witch is the first in a four book series of magical mis-adventures from mother and daughter, Honor and Perdita Cargill, starring an ordinary girl (at least she thinks she is ordinary) who finds herself living and learning in a town that is far from normal. If this first diary is a sign of things to come then the Cargill’s have the perfect concoction of story-writing ingredients for a series that will become a firm favourite with young readers. Armistice Day: A Collection of Remembrance - Spark Interest and Educate Children about Historical MomentsThere's only fifty days until the Winter Solstice, the longest and witchiest night of the year. But before that there's the Grand Tournament - the biggest and sportiest day in the witchy calendar! And I can't wait!