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Sabrina the Teenage Witch (Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Book 1) [Mass Market Paperback]

David Cody Weiss
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4.0 out of 5 stars Really only for first timers and collectors Oct. 25 1997
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This a great book but the story is only from three episodes from the TV series, not that there is anything wrong with that of course but if you've seen these three particular episodes you really already know what the book is going to be like. If you're like me and collect the series of Sabrina books, well you would get the book anyway. Unfortunately I can say ( and you're hearing this from the expert himself ) that this first book in the Sabrina series is not as good as the second or third, or any other book for that matter to do with Sabrina. I did like the book don't get me wrong, it's just that, well, it's nothing new, you've already seen the television series so there's zero to look forward to. With the rest of the series it was a new story line thats never been seen OR heard of for that matter. Another stupid thing to do was to just throw in any old episode without even thinking about it. They chose the Pilot episode, which was understandable, The True Adventures of Rudi Kazootie and Dream Date. These last two episodes were not THE most popular episodes . If they'd even just took five minutes to think about it I'm sure they would have come up with better episodes. I quite liked the book but I don't know if you will.
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Meet Sabrina Spellman.Just your average teenager wanting to have fun in her new home in the care of the Spellman sisters,Hilda and Zelda. Sabrina's parents have just split up and Sabrina has moved in with her aunts on her birthday. Something strange is going on though.Why is she receiving big dusty old books titled "ye olde magic" and small cauldrons? Well guess what? Sabrina is a witch! Her aunts try to explain,but this is all too much for her.On her sixteenth birthday she finds out she is a witch and has to start out at a new school "Westbridge High". Trying to forget about her powers,Sabrina makes new friends and new enemies. To find out and capture the magic of the first of Sabrina's adventures and discoveries about becoming a witch,read this fantastic novel today.
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To start with Sabrina is told by her aunts [Hilda and Zelda] that she is a witch! Surley not, Sabrina thinks that they are just playing a trick on her so packs her bags ready for school. within one lesson Sabrina has already made friends and enemies. Theres Harvey who she has not realy spoken to yet becouse Libby quickly snatched him away, and Jenny who was the new girl last year. Sabrina finally believes that she is a witch when she wishes dead frogs back to life in Biology and it happens!!! Sabrina faces many chalengies through the book ,which make it interesting but parts of it , like the Rudy Kazootie episode got a bit boring. I liked the book and would recomend it to people aged nine to fourteen .
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Sabrina's the new girl in town & she's already made enemies. Jenny wants to be friends, but Libby, the most popular girl in school, has put the hex on Sabrina. And Libby's friends won't give her the time of day. Thank heavens for Harvey! He's really special. And he seems to think Sabrina is, too.
It's almost enough to convince Sabrina that everything will be OK. Then her aunt's tell her the terrible truth: she's a witch! There's no mistaking it when she wishes dead frogs back to life in biology lab! But not even her powers can help her when Libby asks Harvey to the dance-and he says "Yes!" What's a witch to do?
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5.0 out of 5 stars It all starts here Oct. 2 2001
By Jo
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The beginning. Its her 16th birthday Sabrina finds out that shes a witch. But the only thing shes learnt is how to turn something into a pineapple. So when Libby is nasty to her and gone just to far she becomes a pineapple. But with her aunts help she is reversed again. But its too late. Her reputation as a freak at the new school has been established. She goes to the other realm counsel to plead for time to be reversed so she can start the day again. DENIED. But Aunt Hilda, Drells (the head counsellor)old girlfriend goes to pay him a little visit. That sure sorted him out. Excellent first book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cool book. Oct. 17 1999
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Great book! Sabrina goes to live with her aunts while her mom is in Peru, searching for fossils and while her dad has gone somewhere in the other realm.(Her parents are divorced.) While she lives with her aunts, her aunts tell her that she's a witch! At first, Sabrina didn't believe them. But on the first day of school, strange things start happening just from Sabrina's finger. She then finds the guy of her dreams, Harvey, and a evil enemy, Libby,and an incredible new friend, Jenny. Sabrina lives in a whirlwind world, where everything is hectic and exciting!
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5.0 out of 5 stars really cute! Jan. 11 1998
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I loved it. I saw most of the episodes metioned in the book, but I still liked it anyway. It was very cute and funny. Excellent. I enjoyed it so much. Truthfully, they are not very far-fetched. She's a witch, ok that's unusal, but it still rings true to me. Libby, the school's popular girl deeming her a "freak", her having a crush on a really cute guy, school dances, etc... I find it to be a very realistic series. READ IT EVERYONE!
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I really loved the book, it was awesome!!!!! I loved the man dough part! I also liked when Sabrina babysits the little boy and turns him into a full grown man!!!! I also found the start very interesting when Sabrina finds out she's a witch and her cat, Salem, talks!!!!! I have to give it to ya author(s), you really caught my eye on that book!!!!!!!!! Thanx for the great interest and keep writing!!
Karli McKinnon age 10
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