Bras and Broomsticks

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Delacorte Press, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 311 pages
28 Reviews
What if all your wishes could come true? Blink your eyes, drink a fizzing pink potion, andpoof!Life is perfect. That’s Rachel’s situation. Except she’s not the one who suddenly has magical powers. Her younger sister is. And as Rachel would tell you, spellbooks arewastedon the young!

Yes, yes, of course world peace and cures for horrible diseases are important. But so is dancing without looking like she’s being electrocuted, winning back her best friend, stopping her dad’s wedding, and finding a date for Spring Fling.

Rachel’s not bewitched. Yet. . . .

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User Review  - Jellyn - LibraryThing

I wasn't sure I'd like this as much as I did. It's very girly. The main character uses her younger sister's newfound witch powers to make herself popular. There's mean girls, there's boys, there's a ... Read full review

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User Review  - jkmurray - LibraryThing

14-year-old Rachel Weinstein is having a good time! Her sister is a witch! Her mother is too! Look at all the magic that can be performed! But there is a sad part of this...she is not...Will her ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

After graduating from McGill University with an honors degree in English, Sarah Mlynowski spent several years working for a publishing company in Toronto. Her novels have received glowing praise. She lives in New York City.