The Adventures of Anna of Waverly Manor

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Anna, a ghost witch, lives in the attic of Waverly Manor with two ghosts, Boo and Tomfoolery. They don't like humans and frighten away everyone who tries to live there...

...until Jackie moves in with her parents. (For ages 7 and up) More
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About Jack Sorenson

I do Thank you for reading all my many works of writing as the presents/gifts sent as the finding where I live and telling me how I saved Ur Daughter’s life or Sons through my writing as if they feel it speaks to them they say to help all that suffer from all kinds of medial pain to want to be alive now rather than death–to now to want to live and be a part of the world.
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Author Jack Sorenson
Los Gatos CA

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Review by: Cheryl Christensen on Feb. 24, 2012 :
A Ghost-Witch in Review!

I purchased this book for $.99 a while ago, thinking I would get right to reading it. After a few months, I finally managed my time and read the book during the two weeks I was internet free. This book is a children’s book and is a good read for the ages presented above (7 and up).

The story starts with the death of the witch-child Anna, many years ago in a small village. She dies attempting to revenge her father’s murder. The scene is not overly graphic for the ages targeted. It simply explains how Anna dies and gives her a reason to resent those who are of the “fleshy world.”

The story then jumps ahead to modern day and Jackie’s family. You get to know them as they find themselves moving to a small town to occupy the company-owned house, Waverly Manor. The adventures unfold from there.

This is a delightful tale for children with vivid imaginations. They will enjoy the thought of a red-headed witch flying her ghost buddies over the town at night, frightening the community. The bravery of Jackie is something they can relate to as well. The fact that Jackie has disabilities that prevent her from opening up to kids is set aside by the friendship she develops with Boo, a ghost who reminds me of Casper in some ways. (For those of you who are old enough or have access to the old cartoons.) I really enjoyed the fact that Jackie’s disabilities gave her something special, the ability to see the ghosts.

This story was fun to read and I can recommend it to any of your children. It isn’t so scary that they will be up at night or crawling into your bed to be protected from the ghosts, but it still gives them a delightful flavor of a ghost story.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Review by: Jowell on Nov. 19, 2011 :
great read
(review of free book)

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