OMG… I Did It Again?!
April Appleton wakes up to quite the sight: a herd of elephants marching down her street! When her brother bursts in to her room with an accusing look on his face, she realizes that her powers of witchcraft have done it again.
With her friends, Grace and Eve, April must figure out how the elephants got to her town in the first place and then how to get them back home. But with elephants playing in the neighbor's pool, sitting on cars and eating everyone's trees, how will they do it?
The first book, OMG…AM I a Witch?! is an IBPA Benjamin Franklin Silver Award Winner.
ISBN Trade Paperback: 978-1-77168-034-9
JUVENILE | Fantasy & Magic
List Price: $8.95
" A sweet romp for young readers who like humor and magic." ~ Kirkus Reviews
"...a breezy story of magic run amok." ~ Publishers Weekly
“OMG ... Grace, Eve, and April are at it again, as this adorable series continues with a BOOM (when April accidentally summons a herd of elephants to her suburban street. Oops!). A sweet, fun, and magical read perfect for any young reader!” ~ Bianca Turetsky, Author of The Time-Travelling Fashionista Series
"Ahhh!” She sat up in bed and let out a gasp. Breathe. Breathe. Her chest went up and down from her heavy breathing.
Boom, Boom, BOOM, BOOM! The noise was getting louder and louder. The closer it came, the more her bed shook. Is that an earthquake? Is that construction going on? Is that thunder? What is that?
Her whole body was vibrating with each ‘boom’. Her clock banged against the wall. The pictures bounced and danced on her desk. Her posters flipped and flapped on the wall.
She threw her legs off the bed and jumped up. She scurried to her bedroom window. And, there she saw it. The lump in her throat grew. One, two, three, four, then she stopped counting. She saw them marching down the street. They were larger than they were in her dream. But they were the same exact color. Huge, grey, heavy elephants were marching down the street.
She grabbed her cell phone on her desk. She jumped back into her bed and pulled the comforter over her head as if that would stop what was happening outside.
By Talia Aikens-Nunez