Today's book The Witch's Apprentice seems to fit in perfectly in today's world of Harry Potter and Twilight lovers (yes, I admit I am one of those...team Edward in case you were wondering)! This book though is geared more towards younger viewers (ages 12 and under) rather than tweens (anyone else getting tired of that word?). The graphics are dark and spooky in overall appearance, though the little girl witch is more cutesy than evil. She is training to be a witch and talks about all the steps and spells she must practice in order to achieve her goal. I loved the large amount of interactive features that were really unique which included:
- Dressing the witch in her proper attire (socks, hat, cape, etc)-kids LOVED this one
- Reading magic cards (they are printed backwards and you must read them in a mirror-so creative!)
- Reading magic words with the touch of a wand
- Creating your own concoctions (thank you for using large vocabulary words)
- Racing witches around on brooms through the sky
- Practicing magic spells on the cat and turning her into....whatchamacallits!
- Picture puzzles (the kids had fun mixing and matching animal parts)
- Choosing different funny noses for our witch
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