Witches of Brooklyn: What the Hex?!

(A Graphic Novel)

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Paperback
$13.99 US
5.6"W x 8.1"H x 0.75"D  
On sale Sep 07, 2021 | 240 Pages | 978-0-593-11930-3
| Grades 6-8
Reading Level: Lexile GN340L | Fountas & Pinnell U
FOC Aug 2, 2021
Effie returns in this spellbinding sequel: a middle-grade graphic novel about found family, friendship, and learning to embrace who you are!

Could there be even MORE witches in Brooklyn?!
 
Effie is EXCITED to meet so many witches, but what is going on with her friends? Suddenly Effie is no longer the newest kid in school, and it seems like her friends are happy to grow their little group, but Effie isn't so sure. On top of that, learning magic is HARD WORK!
 
Effie just wants to have fun being a witch, but her life in Brooklyn is about to get weird(er).
 
The bewitching second book in the Witches of Brooklyn series captures what it means to be a friend, and how growing up can be a little less scary if you throw some magic in the mix.
Sophie Escabasse lives in Montreal with her husband and three children and their black cat, Terrence. Previously from Brooklyn, Sophie travels constantly and is thrilled to talk about her love of stories with school and bookstores. She has illustrated many books for middle-grade readers, including her bestselling graphic novel series Witches of Brooklyn. She has been a graphic novel lover for as long as she can remember, and she enjoys fun and expressive characters. @essoffi View titles by Sophie Escabasse

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Effie returns in this spellbinding sequel: a middle-grade graphic novel about found family, friendship, and learning to embrace who you are!

Could there be even MORE witches in Brooklyn?!
 
Effie is EXCITED to meet so many witches, but what is going on with her friends? Suddenly Effie is no longer the newest kid in school, and it seems like her friends are happy to grow their little group, but Effie isn't so sure. On top of that, learning magic is HARD WORK!
 
Effie just wants to have fun being a witch, but her life in Brooklyn is about to get weird(er).
 
The bewitching second book in the Witches of Brooklyn series captures what it means to be a friend, and how growing up can be a little less scary if you throw some magic in the mix.

Author

Sophie Escabasse lives in Montreal with her husband and three children and their black cat, Terrence. Previously from Brooklyn, Sophie travels constantly and is thrilled to talk about her love of stories with school and bookstores. She has illustrated many books for middle-grade readers, including her bestselling graphic novel series Witches of Brooklyn. She has been a graphic novel lover for as long as she can remember, and she enjoys fun and expressive characters. @essoffi View titles by Sophie Escabasse

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