“ Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Diana G. Gallagher / Edition: Reissue / Paperback / Reading Level: Young Adult / 192 Pages / Book is published 1997-10-06 by Simon & Schuster Children's / Alternative title: Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Halloween Havoc „
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Sabrina The Teenage Witch - Halloween Havoc - Diana G.Gallagher.
Another superbly written novel by the brilliantly talented Diana G. Gallagher about the addictive hit show Sabrina The Teenage Witch.
Sabrina, on her 16th Birthday was sprung a surprise buy her Aunts, infectiously witty Hilda and Zelda, she was a Witch, Her Aunts were witches, the family cat - Salem was a warlock sentanced to being a cat for 100 years after trying, and failing, to take over the world, her mother was an archeologist in Peru whom Sabrina would turn into a ball of wax if she so much as looked at her and to top it all off - her Father lived in a book. What else could possibly go wrong. The answer, a whole ot more.
R.S.V.P or R.I.P
Sabrina, after heavily persuading her Aunts, decides to throw a Halloween partywith a B-Movie Monster theme but unfortunately turns out to be a flop when only her boyfriend Harvey and best friend Jenny turn up as everyone else has disappeared to Libby's Super Secret Impromptu Halloween affair. What can Sabrina do to spice her party up a little and draw in some more guests?
Aunt Vesta decides to turn the party into an ultra hip and happening place to be - if you were a witch. The problem, Sabrinas friend's arent witches and Sabrina's cover is very nearly blown!!
Sabrina's party but all the attention seems to be getting spent on her un-invited guests, Wolfman, Frankensteins Monster, the zombies and the mummys. As Sabrina is trying to distract her friends so that the unwelcome truth isn't revealed, Libby slips off and accidentally finds the Magic Pantry where there is a warlock intent on creating some mischief of his own offering to help Libby do the same.........
Another amazing book based on the Hit TV Series, Sabrina The Teenage Witch. Mirroring slightly an episode from the show, this book is brilliantly written and can be read time and time again.
I love all the Sabrina books as I know that I am in for a treat, witty banter, dry humour (Salem) and big belly laughs.
Well Done Again Diana G. Gallagher - you never fail.
Book Series: Sabrina, the Teenage Witch