Witch Water #2020

Witch Water By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Ken McMillan Gail Owens Witch Water Feel the darkness touch the black hear the shadows whispers back Lynn and her best friend Mouse are convinced Mrs Tuggle is a witch even if no one believes them Lynn thought they were safe after
  • Title: Witch Water
  • Author: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Ken McMillan Gail Owens
  • ISBN: 9780689853166
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • Witch Water By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Ken McMillan Gail Owens Feel the darkness, touch the black, hear the shadows whispers back Lynn and her best friend, Mouse, are convinced Mrs Tuggle is a witch, even if no one believes them Lynn thought they were safe after they escaped the witch s clutches last summer, but the evil Mrs Tuggle hasn t finished with them yet A menacing flock of crows is following Mouse s every move and theFeel the darkness, touch the black, hear the shadows whispers back Lynn and her best friend, Mouse, are convinced Mrs Tuggle is a witch, even if no one believes them Lynn thought they were safe after they escaped the witch s clutches last summer, but the evil Mrs Tuggle hasn t finished with them yet A menacing flock of crows is following Mouse s every move and the girls only protection against this dangerous woman is destroyed Lynn and Mouse know they have to act fast But they don t know what Mrs Tuggle is planning, and this time, they may not get away so easily
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    About "Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Ken McMillan Gail Owens"

    1. Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Ken McMillan Gail Owens

      Phyllis Reynolds Naylor was born in Anderson, Indiana, US on January 4, 1933.Her family were strongly religious with conservative, midwestern values and most of her childhood was spent moving a lot due to her father s occupation as a salesman.Though she grew up during the Depression and her family did not have a lot of money, Naylor stated that she never felt poor because her family owned good books Her parents enjoyed reading stories to the children her father would imitate the characters in Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer and her mother read to them every evening, almost until we were old enough to go out on dates, though we never would have admitted this to anyone By the time Phyllis reached fifth grade, writing books was her favorite hobby and she would rushed home from school each day to write down whatever plot had been forming in her head at sixteen her first story was published in a local church magazine.Phyllis has written over 80 books for children and young people One of these books, Shiloh, was awarded the Newbery Medal in 1992, was named a Notable Children s Book by the American Library Association and was also Young Adult Choice by the International Reading Association.Naylor gets her ideas from things that happen to her or from things she has read Shiloh was inspired by a little abused dog she and her husband found The little dog haunted her so much that she had to write a story about him to get it out of her mind.

    778 thoughts on “Witch Water”

    1. This whole series scared the ever living snot out of me when I was 12 For kids books, they re pretty damn scary.


    2. The second book in the Witch Saga As with the first one, it was well written and captivating I truly enjoyed reading this one so much that I read it in a day It is elementary level reading so it was quick, but it captured my attention especially after reading the first one.This book has Mrs Tuggle with her eyes on Mouse, Lynn s best friend And it is only Lynn who can help save Mouse from the old lade in the creepy house that whispers things and seems to have cats and birds at her bidding If you [...]



    3. I loved these books when I read them 25 years ago and I love them now And I still find them suspenseful and scary


    4. I would absolutely not recommend this book for kids I must admit I have a personal opposition to harming animals for any reason, so my bias colors my opinion, but even so Near the end the main character goes to murder a cat It is psychologically valid for a person to wish to kill what she is afraid of, but it is not acceptable in my view to have the heroine act in this way She is convinced that the cat is a witch s familiar and purposfully led her little brother into danger Her celebration of po [...]


    5. I got this book autographed at the William Allen White Awards when I was little, and am embarrassingly just getting around to reading it I think it probably would have made sense if I had read the first Witch story, but I actually think that after reading How I Came To Be A Writer, it made sense what she was going for in the book I probably won t read the rest of the series, but I can see how it would be interesting and useful for a young reader.


    6. This might be the first time I ve ever read a sequel without having read book one, and you know what It was okay The world didn t end, and I enjoyed the book Maybe it s because I can t resist witchy fiction or perhaps I was enchanted by the musty old book smell but I found this to be a charming, cozy read I finished it in one sitting and one mug of tea.


    7. I liked this up until the end I thought it was pretty intense for middle grade, but not too extreme But, even though I know there is a sequel, I didn t care for the ending Too abrupt, and no satisfaction for me, the reader, with a closing It was a bit disappointing, because I really think the author does a great job with most of her writing.


    8. To start I would like to point out that this is a hugely underrated series I would also have to say that this is probably out of print, although it s well written and a good read Lynn and Mouse are being ominously followed and it s up to them and only them because no one else believes them to get Mrs Tuggle, the old witch next door.





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