Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and Me, Elizabeth
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Author: E. L. Konigsburg

Subject: Lonely girl apprentices to girl posing as a witch

Setting: New York City; Connecticut, USA, contemporary

Description:
After moving to a new town with her family, 10-year-old Elizabeth meets Jennifer, who claims to be a witch. Jennifer persuades Elizabeth to be her apprentice and, as part of her training, Elizabeth must eat raw eggs and onions. The girls become close as they try to find a formula for a magical flying ointment. Eventually, they give up being witches and become simply friends.

Lexile Measure: 860
Grade Level: 4
Genre: Fiction
Sub-Genre: Historical
Gender of Main Character: Girl

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In the story, when Jennifer and Elizabeth meet, they are both dressed as Pilgrims for the school Halloween assembly. Jennifer's costume appears to be authentic. Elizabeth is wearing her cousin's hand-me-down. Write about a costume you would like to design and wear on Halloween.

Habits and appearance can tell us important things about someone. In the story, we meet the main characters in the first chapter. Write a paragraph describing what the reader knows about the main character, Elizabeth, by the end of the first chapter.


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