Witch School - Book 4: The Book of Dragons by Katrina Kahler

Books for Girls 9 - 12: Charlotte's crush on Charlie continues to grow as she competes against him in the Golden Wand competition in the dark forest.

Witch school - book 4: the book of dragons

Books for Girls 9 - 12:

Charlotte's crush on Charlie continues to grow as she competes against him in the Golden Wand competition in the dark forest. Of course, Margaret is still being painful and making her feelings for Charlie obvious. Who will Charlie like more...Charlotte or Margaret? 

Two of the girls and one of the teachers at the Academy have hatched an evil plot to access the Book of Dragons. Little do they realize that opening the book will lead to a dreadful event. 

Girls, this is a short description, but I didn't want to spoil the book for you. Hope you love it.

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: 22107

Sales info:

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Sample text:

Chapter One

With a click of Alexander's fingers the large hall went from virtually empty to packed full of wizards. Stef, Demi and Alice waved over to the crowd excitedly, whereas Charlotte and Margaret kept their gaze on Charlie. He kept on smiling as he looked over at them both...but then his eyes fixed firmly on Charlotte and he gave her a wink. Charlotte could feel herself blushing as she continued to smile at him. He took his seat opposite them and Alexander continued to introduce the rest of the boys.Charlotte saw that Margaret was still looking over at Charlie, and this really wound her up. She knew that Margaret was only interested in him because she knew she liked him. Charlotte looked at Margaret's long blonde hair and devious smile and let out a sigh. Did Charlie like her or did he prefer Margaret? She longed to find out but she couldn't decide if she should read his mind or not? 'I'm so confused and I just want to find out if he likes me, reading his mind wouldn't hurt anyone...it would just give me answers, wouldn't it?' she thought to herself. She chewed on the side of her lip and smiled over at Charlie. He smiled back at her and she let out a thoughtful sigh before she looked away from him. However much she tried to convince herself that reading his mind would be okay, she knew deep down that it was the wrong thing to do and that she'd just have to wait to find out who it was that he liked. 'And the last but by no means the least boy on the team is...Harry,' Alexander said, and the short, funny boy who had sat with Charlotte's group at the picnic took off his hat. The girls all clapped apart from Margaret who was too busy smiling at Charlie.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Simona Trapani
Already translated. Translated by Maria Beatriz Nascimento Garcia Gusso
Author review:
Great translator. Easy to work with and follows instructions.
Already translated. Translated by Heidy Baratto Ellgutter
Author review:
Heidy is an awesome translator. She follows directions perfectly and we would love to continue working with her.

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