Imagineer, my soon to be third grader, just finished “The Witchy Worries of Abbie Adams”, by Rhonda Hayter. She really enjoyed the story and characters.
I sat down today to interview her about her thoughts on the book.
Below is our interview:
Q. Describe this book in a few sentences
A. This book is about a girl named Abbie Adams, who is a fifth grade wizard. She gets a cat from her dad but it turns out to be Thomas Edison. They turn him into a human and get him back to his century (1900′s).
Q. Describe the main character
A. The main character, Abbie Adams, is a fifth grade wizard. She likes to perform in plays. She is the oldest child in her family. She has a younger brother and she calls him Munch.
Q. What is your most favorite scene in the book?
A. My favorite scene is when she gets to hang out with Thomas Edison. She takes Thomas to school and everything. When he was at school, Abbie’s friend asked Thomas if they have ever met. Abbie was nervous that Thomas would say that they had met, but he was just a kitten back then. But, luckily, he didn’t say that.
Q. What part of the book did you like least?
A. I liked it least when there was this evil witch dude that hit Abbie’s Dad, and her Dad got a concussion on the forehead.
Q. Would you recommend this book to your friends?
A. Yes. Because I think they would enjoy the fun adventure of a fifth grade wizard who finds out her cat is Thomas Edison. By the way, Thomas Edison was 13 when she got him as a kitten.
Imagineer thanks you for reading her review. Bye!
For another review by Imagineer, check out Smells Like Dog, by Suzanne Selfors.