Kelly and two friends form a secret society of witches to cast a spell on snooty Rae Jean's Halloween party--to which they were not invited. But all's well that ends well when a final attempt to crash the party yields Kelly a first kiss, and a better understanding of the unhappy Rae Jean. 11 illustrations. SizeA....
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The Witches of Hopper Street Reviews
Do you have books that you've read as a child of which you only remember the bare bones in terms of the plot and storyline-- you can't even remember the title, much less the author, or even the name of the main character?I remember reading this a very, very long time ago, and when I saw this on the shelf of my local library, I felt that internal shift of recognition when I saw the title and illustrations. I love when that happens. (=-------Speaking of books I've read that I don't remember, here's another one that I read around the same time as this book; perhaps you'd know and could help me out? The story is about a family of witches (more specifically, siblings with powers), and I only remember two scenes:1. In one of the opening chapters, one of the sisters, who doesn't like brussel sprouts, magically turns it into butterscotch in her mouth, but her little brother senses it and tells on her to their dad, who turns the flavor back to brussel sprouts.2. Towards the middle of the book, the siblings decide to crash some sort of ghost uprising by covering themselves in flour, but when it starts raining, the flour washes off.I know this is a long shot, but anyone know what the title is?