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The Hawkweed prophecy
The Hawkweed prophecy
Brignull, Irena2016
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The babies were born as the clock struck twelve. A bat fell from the air mid-flight. A silver salmon floated dead to the surface of the river. Snails withered in their shells, moths turned to dust on the night breeze and an owl ate its young. The spell had been cast. Poppy Hooper has managed to deceive her father into believing that there is nothing mysterious or unnatural about her. He ignores the cats that find her wherever she goes, the spiders that weave beautiful lacy patterns for her, even her eyes - one blue, one green with an extra black dot orbiting the pupil. Ember Hawkweed is a pitiful excuse for a witch. When the other girls in her coven brew vile potions, Ember makes soap and perfume. One of the Hawkweeds will be queen of the witches - but everyone knows it won't be Ember. When the two girls meet, Poppy discovers her powers, and finds out the truth.
Main title:
The Hawkweed prophecy / Irena Brignull.
Author:
Imprint:
London : Orchard, 2016.London : Orchard, 2016.
Collation:
424 pages ; 20 cm
Audience:
Interest grade level: Key Stage 3.Adolescent.
ISBN:
9781408341704 (pbk)
Dewey class:
823.92FICTION
Language:
English
BRN:
2326538
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