The Witch's Eye by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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Lynn Morley and her best friend, Mouse, thought their lives would be back to normal after Mrs. Tuggle's house burned down. But now Lynn's little brother, Stevie, is acting strange, and when Lynn confronts him in his room, she discovers that the witch is back. How can the girls rid themselves--and Stevie--of the evil presence once and for all? Will they be under Mrs. Tuggle's spell forever?


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About Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

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Author Phyllis Reynolds Naylor was born in Anderson, Indiana, and she spent her teenage years in Joliet, Illinois with some occasional trips to Iowa. Two of her series are set in Indiana: the witch books and the Bessledorf mystery series. Some of the titles in those series include "Witch's Sister," "The Witch Herself," "The Witch Returns," "The Mad Gasser of Bessledorf Street," "The Bodies in the Bessledorf Hotel," and "Bernie and the Bessledorf Ghost." Naylor's book "Shiloh" won the Newberry Award and the 1995 Young Hoosier Book Award. She currently resides in Bethesda, Maryland.
 
Published September 1, 2003 by Perfection Learning. 195 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In their fifth adventure combating the evil power of local witchcraft, Lynn and Mouse discover that wicked old Mrs. Tuggle may be dead but she's not quite gone.

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PW enjoyed the ``good spooky fun'' and ``spine-tingling sense of foreboding'' in the latest installment of Lynn and Mouse's ongoing battle with the malevolent Mrs. Tuggle--here, her spirit menaces the youngsters via her glass eye.

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PW enjoyed the "good spooky fun" and "spine-tingling sense of foreboding" in the latest installment of Lynn and Mouse's ongoing battle with the malevolent Mrs. Tuggle.

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