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Books with title The Witch of Maple Park

  • the witch of maple park

    stephanie s. tolan

    Hardcover (Morrow, Aug. 16, 1992)
    Extra sensory perception, witches, babysitting
  • The Mark of the Witch

    Finn Blackwood, Craig Emett, Jana Waddoups

    language (, Aug. 7, 2017)
    Kyle Kiraly doesn't do birthdays, not since his dad committed suicide the day Kyle turned seven. All he wants is to play himself into a video game coma. He almost gets his wish when he turns fourteen . . . until the witch, Baba Yaga, marks him as the next heir to a relic of mind-boggling powers. The relic helps Kyle pay back the school bully and win the friendship of a clever girl, but it also makes him a target of the Society, a militant Russian sorority bent on wiping him off the face of the earth. Even worse, it exposes him to the influence of the witch, who delights in tormenting and testing his will. As Kyle evades the Society and tries to resist Baba Yaga's power, he confronts the truth about his father's death and his extended family's shady past, and he is forced to make a choice—one with eternal consequences for both living and dead.
  • The Witch of Maple Park

    Stephanie S. Tolan

    Library Binding (William Morrow & Co, Sept. 1, 1992)
    Mackenzie's psychic powers tell her and her best friend, Casey, to hide three-year-old Barnaby, whom she has been baby-sitting, from the gaze of an eccentric old woman, in this suspenseful, sometimes off-the-wall fantasy.
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  • The Mark of the Witch

    Finn Blackwood, Craig Emett, Jana Waddoups

    Paperback (Independently published, July 28, 2017)
    Kyle Kiraly doesn’t do birthdays, not since his dad committed suicide the day Kyle turned seven. All he wants is to play himself into a video game coma. He almost gets his wish when he turns fourteen . . . until the witch, Baba Yaga, marks him as the next heir to a relic of mind-boggling powers. The relic helps Kyle pay back the school bully and win the friendship of a clever girl, but it also makes him a target of the Obshestvo, a militant group of Russian women bent on wiping him off the face of the earth. Even worse, it exposes him to the influence of the witch, who delights in tormenting and testing his will. As Kyle combats the Obshestvo and tries to resist Baba Yaga’s power, he confronts the truth about his father’s death and his extended family's shady past, and he is forced to make a choice—one with eternal consequences for both living and dead.264 pages, 66,000 total words