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Karen's Witch: Baby-sitters Little Sister Graphic by Ann M Martin (from a Two Thumbs Up reviewer)

Sunday, Mar 08, 2020 at 2:54pm

Karen Brewer lives next door to Mrs. Porter, who wears long robes and has wild gray hair. Mrs. Porter has a black cat named Midnight and always seems to be working in her garden. Karen isn't supposed to spy on her neighbor, but she's determined to prove that Mrs. Porter is a witch named Morbidda Destiny!Mrs. Porter is getting ready to have a special meeting at her house, and Karen is sure the meeting is for witches. Are they going to cast a spell on Karen? Or will she be brave enough to send them away once and for all?

I really liked Karen’s Witch because it's funny and has two good messages. To never spy on people, and to not always make assumptions about things or people. I like that is based of the Baby-Sitters Club series by Ann M. Martin. The only thing I would change is that Karen’s brother would be in the book more. I like that the author also added the mom’s side. Overall I think this book is amazing! I really think you should read it!

- Sanna, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer

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Karen's Witch (Baby-sitters Little Sister Graphic Novel #1)

- by Ann M. Martin

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A fresh and fun graphic novel series spin-off of The Baby-sitters Club, featuring Kristy's little stepsister!Karen Brewer lives next door to Mrs. Porter, who wears long robes and has wild gray hair. Mrs. Porter has a black cat named Midnight and always seems to be working in her garden. Karen isn't supposed to spy on her neighbor, but she's determined to prove that Mrs. Porter is a witch named Morbidda Destiny!Mrs. Porter is getting ready to have a special meeting at her house, and Karen is sure the meeting is for witches. Are they going to cast a spell on Karen? Or will she be brave enough to send them away -- once and for all?