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Green Witch
by Alice Hoffman
PUBL. RECOMMENDED AGE: 13 and up
LEXILE READING LEVEL: 740L {what is this?}
PUBLISHER: Scholastic Press
YEAR PUBLISHED: 2010
NO. PAGES: 144
GENRE{S}: Fantasy, Dystopian Fiction
MAIN CHARACTER GENDER: Female
PREQUEL: Green Angel
AWARD{S}:
YALSA Best Books for Young Adults
ISBN: 0545141958
READ & REVIEWED BY: Tiffany - StorySnoop


The Story
Green Witch—Book Review

Continuing where Green Angel left off, Green Witch finds sixteen-year-old Green on a journey - one that has her collecting stories. She sets off to chronicle the stories of several women who are purported to be witches. Learning a little more about love and hope with each story that she records, Green is not only looking for answers, but looking for her one true love, her heart’s desire.
The Scoop
Green Witch—Book Review
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Green Witch is rich with symbolism, prose, and unique and powerful characters. Magic and mysticism are central to this story of dreams, hope, love, and remembrance. The same disaster is referred to in this book, which is eerily akin to the events of 9-11. This story focuses on re-building – relationships, people, and the town itself. Green continues to be a strong, resourceful and wise female role model. She is heroic, exhibiting great courage, destroying those who are dangerous and restoring peace and safety to her town. True love, its importance, and how far-reaching and weighty it can be lies at the core of this story.
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