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Rhymes with Witches

by Lauren Myracle

Rhymes with Witches by Lauren Myracle
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  • Published in USA  Mar 2005
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    Genre: Novels

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Cassy A. (02/14/14)

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This book is... well interesting to a point. You could learn so much more if there was a little more description to it. Yes you could learn from it just to be yourself and whatever you do it will come back and get you.

It's most likely a middle school type of book, yea high school maybe.
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