Witch Twins and Melody Malady

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Hyperion Book CH, Jul 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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One-star witches Claire and Luna may be identical twins, but on the inside, the sisters are as different as . . . dogs and salamanders! When their five-star witch grandmother performs a new spell, the girls are transformed into their animal selves. Luna is delighted to be a puppy; Claire is horrified to discover she's a reptile! If they learn to use the shape-shifting spell to help someone, though, the twins will earn their magical spy globes. The girls nearly forget about the spy globes when their stepmother, Fluffy, introduces them to TV star Melody Malady. Claire is immediately star struck. Luna, on the other hand, is not so terribly impressed with Melody. With a little unsupervised magic-and some hair-raising animal transformations-the girls discover what it really means to be sisters and friends.

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Not the best of the series. I definitely think there was room for improvement. Read full review

Contents

Double Delight
6
Animal Magic
11
Dont Bore Us Doloresr
23
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

ADELE GRIFFIN is the critically acclaimed author of numerous young adult novels, including My Almost Epic Summer, The Other Shepards, and National Book Award Finalists Where I Want to Be and Sons of Liberty. She lives in New York City.

This is Vaughn Michaels's first book.
Jacqueline Rogers has illustrated many books for children.

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