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Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and Me, Elizabeth

Narrated by: Carol Jordan Stewart
Length: 2 hrs and 33 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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Being the new kid in town isn't easy for Elizabeth until she meets Jennifer, an honest-to-goodness witch!

From the moment Jennifer starts sharing her powers with Elizabeth, their secret friendship is sealed. Each Saturday they meet in the park to cast spells and work on their witchcraft.

Then, just when they think they've perfected their special flying potion, Jennifer and Elizabeth quarrel over the main ingredient. Will it take a magic spell to make them friends again?

©1967 E.L. Konigsburg (P)1998 Random House, Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group

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"Stewart's soothing voice brings the story to life without belittling typical schoolgirl dilemmas." (School Library Journal)

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Great book!<br />

this was a very good book, I really enjoyed it. I remember I listen to this book more than 40 years ago it's been a long time but a lot of it comes back to me. the narrator did an excellent job, really enjoyed how she did the characters brought them all to life.

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  • Dirk
  • 06-24-06

Gratifying

It's always pleasing when your children like a book as much as you did when you were younger. We listened to this book driving down to Cornwall and it was spellbinding. A tale of mystery, friendship and growing up.

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