Wanda's First Day by Mark Sperring

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A quirky, entertaining back-to-school treat that will help little ones get over those first day jitters . . . with a little magic!

Wanda is a friendly young witch who is off to her first day at school. But when she arrives, she notices that something isn't quite right. All her classmates have wands instead of broomsticks. And everyone has wings--except for Wanda. Soon Wanda realizes that there's been a mistake: She has ended up in a school for fairies! What's a witch to do?
But with the help of a kind teacher and a few surprise magic tricks, Wanda is soon making friends. By the end of the day, Wanda has learned an important lesson: Even if we don't always fit in right away, there are always friends to be found!
 

About Mark Sperring

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Published January 1, 2004 by Scholastic Book Services. 32 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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Wanda is a little witch girl setting off for her first day at school—by broomstick.

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Like the hero of Charlotte Middleton's Enrico Starts School (reviewed above), Wanda feels like a fish out of water on her first day of school.

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