The 100 Best Young-Adult Books of All Time
15 Books that may be too racy for your teen – SheKnows
Once the costumes are ready and the snacks are made , there's only one thing left to do to celebrate Halloween: Curl up with a spooky book. While vampires and werewolves certainly make for great if a bit terrifying characters, our favorite genre is books about witches. Ranging from fiction to nonfiction, these narratives all have one thing in common: They feature strong, defiant women, and the tight-knit communities that sustain them. Read enough witch books and you may want to become one yourself, which happened to Alex Mar when she was researching her book Witches of America. Luckily, there's a witch book for that, too: Witchery , by Juliet Diaz, is an introduction to spells, altar-making, and more. Tweens brave enough can read Roald Dahl's famously scary book The Witches. Set across time and space, from Salem to New Orleans, these books about witches will captivate you.
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So, you say you hate reading, huh? As a devoted and perhaps borderline obsessive reader myself, I am always shocked when I hear people say they don't like books , but there are plenty of excuses that people give for their lack of interest. Some claim it makes their eyes hurt and gives them a headache. Others complain they can't keep track of characters from one chapter to the next.