Magic by Moonlight (The Amulet Series, #2)
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Magic by Moonlight (The Amulet Series #2)

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With a magical amulet in hand, three friends are whisked back in time to the Salem witch hunts, a terrible time in our history. When Tituba, the Parris' slave, secretly teaches the children a lot more than housekeeping, like voodoo, fortunes, and spell casting, it leads to utter chaos in the village. Ultimately, Emily, Megan, and Ben uncover a hidden secret which may alter...more
Paperback, 152 pages
Published February 1st 2011
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Maria
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Emily and Megan are back and this time they use the magical amulet to visit Salem during the witch hunts in 1692 when a bunch of "afflicted" girl's accused people of "bewitching," Emily and Megan with the help of their friend Ben enter 1692 to find out more before they take on the roles of the "afflicted" for a school play. They tell everyone they are distant cousins of Abigail and eventually stay with her a...more
Debbiec
Of course I am partial to this one. But here's a great review from EK Family Reviews:
Praise for Magic By Moonlight: Excerpts from the Review by E K Family Books 3/10/11

Review By E (8-yrs. old) I liked this book a lot. I like that it was about witches, I didn't know anything about the Salem Witch Trials before. I liked that there was some magic involved and that they got to travel back in time. I really liked that they had to solve a puzzle in order to go home. I didn't want to put this book down...more
Jennifer
Over the past month or so I have done a couple of reviews for books that would be great for young boys who are reluctant readers, if you have a young girl around the ages of 8 to 12 who happens to be a reluctant reader ... have I discovered a series for you. But of course if they love to read ... they will love this series too! I enjoyed these two books myself. As a self-proclaimed history buff I found the plots to be entertaining and informative. The quick pace of the story will keep little on...more
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