“Are we sure she’s a real witch?” Ms. Robinson inquired.
“Well, if she is, that’s the most pathetic excuse for one I have ever seen,” barked Mr. O’Gill.
The residents of Springfield knew what a witch was, and it certainly wasn’t anything like Agnes. She had come to their village to be their resident witch, and she had definitely been a disappointment. For years, Agnes lived in Springfield totally alone and unappreciated until Ned, a strange little boy with a fondness for books and vegetables, moved into the village. Agnes and Ned found they had a lot in common and struck up a friendship. However, the arrival of a beautiful new witch and the disappearance of some of the villagers threatened to ruin the happiness they had found.
The Springfield Witch is a magical and funny story about friendship, magic, witches, and vegetables.
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Published December 13, 2012
Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy.