Product Code Database
   » » Barcode: 9780547577142
Tag Barcode '9780547577142'.
Mark as Favorite

Witch Catcher

Rank: 16%
Blackstar Blackstar Blackstar Blackstar Blackstar

Witch Catcher

  • Witch Catcher available on December 16 2015 from Amazon for 2.33
  • Witch Catcher available on July 12 2015 from ECampus for 5.94
  • ISBN bar code 9780547577142 ξ2 registered December 16 2015
  • ISBN bar code 9780547577142 ξ3 registered July 21 2013
  • ISBN bar code 9780547577142 ξ1 registered February 20 2015
  • Product category is Book
  • Manufacturered by HMH Books for Young Readers

  • # 9780547577142N

  • Product weight is 0.47 lbs.
When her widower father inherits a castlelike estate in the mountains of West Virginia, 12-year-old Jen is thrilled. It seems like a wish come true. But she quickly realizes that not all change is positive. Her dad has a mysterious new girlfriend, Moura, who slowly drives a wedge between Jen and her father. Furthermore, Moura has an unusually strong—almost obsessive—interest in the antiques that fill the mansion, especially a beautiful glass globe that Jen finds hanging in a window. When Jen’s cat accidentally breaks the globe, which Moura calls a “witch catcher,” strange things begin to happen. . . .   An odd-looking girl wearing a torn dress appears, seemingly out of nowhere, and Moura’s behavior becomes more sinister, leading Jen to believe that her father is a pawn in an evil scheme. Soon Jen finds herself caught in the midst of a supernatural war, with the fate of an enchanted race—and her family—at stake.   Inspired by the age-old legend of witch catchers, Mary Downing Hahn brings a magical cast of characters to life in this compelling fantasy adventure. Author’s note.

    ^ Witch Catcher by Mary Downing Hahn (2011, Paperback) (revised Jul 2015)
    ^ (2011). Witch Catcher, Hmh Books For Young Readers. Amazon. (revised Dec 2015)
    ^ (2013). Witch Catcher ECampus. (revised Jul 2015)

Page 1 of 1
Blackstar Blackstar Blackstar Blackstar Blackstar

     There are some authors that I associate directly with my own childhood. E.B. White. C.S. Lewis. Shel Silverstein. By and large these authors have two things in common. They wrote for children and they are dead. One particular author from my childhood, however, bears only a single similarity to those I've already mentioned. Certainly she writes for children, but she is definitely not dead. Not even close. I remember well, "Wait Till Helen Comes", which r..
( )


Pages:  ..   .. 
Items:  .. 


General: Atom Feed Atom Feed  .. 
Help:  ..   .. 
Category:  ..   .. 
Media:  ..   .. 
Posts:  ..   ..   .. 


Page:  .. 
Summary:  .. 
1 Tags
2/10 Page Rank
62 Page Refs
3s Time
32 Sources