Witch Twins

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Hyperion Book CH, Jun 3, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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Ten-year-olds Claire and Luna are idential twins--and witches. Even though they can cast simple spells (with the supervision of their five-star-witch gandmother, Grandy) and know all sorts of magic, unfortunately no special charm can keep their divorced father from deciding to remarry. When he announces his engagement to Fluffy (her real name!), the girls panic, afraid he'll move to Fluffy's native Texas. Claire and Luna throw the problem into the brewing vats and hope to come up with a good, smart, tricky solution before the dreaded wedding. . .

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User Review  - SJoachim - LibraryThing

This was a very cute book. It is about identical twin sisters Luna and Claire. They happen to be witches, and they are both unhappy with their dad's plans to marry Fluffy. They worry that he will move away to Texas with her. They come up with some crazy ideas to stop the wedding. Read full review

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User Review  - Pop Bop - Goodreads

Breezy and Winning This book is a lot more than a "magical twins" escapade; in fact, the magic is really just a hook to allow us to follow Claire and Luna as they cheerfully and earnestly navigate ... Read full review


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Adele Griffin is a two-time National Book Award finalist and the highly acclaimed author of numerous books for young adult and middle-grade readers. Her works include "Sons of Liberty" and "Where I Want to Be", as well as the popular Witch Twins and Vampire Island series. She lives with her husband, their two children, and their dog in Brooklyn.

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

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