Matthews is having an identity crisis after her experiments
with magic have turned her into a cat. One problem: She can't
shift herself back. To make matters worse her sisters inadvertently
betray her by dropping her off at the local animal shelter.
From here she is rescued by the leader of a cult that worships
Ancient Egyptian deities and before you know it she is transported
to ancient Egypt herself with no way of returning or alerting
her sisters to the fact...
latest in the Charmed series of children books is an
intriguing read. Is anyone else out there surprised that this
series is only available as a children's' range? Set in Ancient
Egypt this book is fairly amusing - especially when after
giving Paige (who has turned into a cat) away to an animal
shelter the remaining sisters realise their mistake, pop over
to Ancient Egypt and bring back another cat only to realise
that it is the wrong on. However, they don't realise this
until they have transformed this feline into a female.
of the Sphinx
is more of an educational book for children rather than it
is a Charmed novel. After reading this I gave it to
a twelve year old boy to read. As soon as he had finished
it he was extremely keen to know more about the Ancient Egyptians.
So much so, that I took him down to the local library and
took out some books for him. His mother informs me that he
has been sat in his room quietly for the past three days reading
these books solidly - now surely that's a good thing.
fans of the show will be disappointed that this is not a little
more mature, but children, I'm sure, will get a lot more from
it than your usual 'based on a TV series' book out there at
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