Books for Girls - Witch School - Book 3: for Girls Aged 9-12: My First True Love by Katrina Kahler

Books for Girls 9-12: Charlotte awakes from a terrible nightmare, could it be true?

Books for girls - witch school - book 3: for girls aged 9-12: my first true love

Books for Girls 9-12: Charlotte awakes from a terrible nightmare, could it be true? Is Margaret back to haunt her? And then Charlotte meets up with Charlie again, heart flutter as they stare into each other's eyes. Until something disgusting begins to happen, and Charlotte feeling embarrassed, and sick has to leave Charlie in Margaret's hands. 

Charlotte discovers she has a special talent. At first it is difficult to control, but with practice Charlotte finds this talent very useful. 

Miss Moffat announces that the girls will go through 3 tests and the top five girls will visit the wizardry college. How will Charlotte perform? She desperately needs to see Charlie and explain her behavior at their previous meeting. Will she go or will Margaret?

Find out all the details in this exciting sequel.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Readers / Intermediate

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls 9-12, witch story, girls books ages 9-12, girls books 11-13, girls books 9-12, witch school, books for girls 8-10

Word Count: 24691

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Sample text:

Chapter One

The season was fall and the crisp sunset-shaded leaves surrounded Charlotte like a blanket. She looked down and saw that her feet were bare and with each step the leaves rustled beneath her. Although she was outside it held the warmth of a summer’s day and the floral print sun-dress she wore suited the temperature. Behind two arched trees up ahead stood Gerty, Stef and Alice, who waved over-excitedly at Charlotte. She waved back before she began to run across to them. A gust of wind flew past her, causing the blue ribbon that was tied in her hair to come loose and flail in front of her. She reached out and grabbed onto it and began to weave it around her wrist, only the fabric kept on coming, until it was now snaked up the majority of her arm. She looked down at her ribboned arm questioningly and she was about to continue wrapping the ribbon around her wrist, only she realized that there was no more ribbon to thread. 'Charlotte, over here,' Gerty shouted from up ahead, as she waved and jumped up on the spot. 'Coming,' Charlotte shouted back, only her words seemed to get lost in the air. She looked back down at her arm to see that the ribbon had vanished, only she didn't linger on this fact, as if the ribbon had never existed. She walked across the leaves, only they didn't crumple beneath her feet any more, instead they popped and crackled like her mouth did after she'd poured an entire bag of Pop Rocks into it. Charlotte kept on walking forwards, only she didn't seem to be gaining on the others. Again this didn't seem to alarm her, instead she kept on walking until suddenly she stopped abruptly. The leaves blew up from the ground and whirled around her like a mini tornado. She blinked her eyes and saw that all the leaves had disappeared, revealing the vividly green grass beneath it. 


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