Witch's Sister by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Is Lynn's sister Judith a witch? Lynn and her best friend Mouse certainly think so. When I was ten years old, I thought she was. My adult self, older (much) and wiser (or perhaps not), rereading the book, though perhaps Judith was more likely a moody pubsescent 14 year old girl with a new ideas and a new boyfriend, and that Lynn and Mouse's runaway imaginations have gotten the better of them. Naylor makes sure you have both of these ideas in your head at all times, and leaves you at the end with some deliciously shivery scary feelings.
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