Spell Sweeper by Lee Edward Fodi

Young Adult/Children’s

Spell Sweeper by [Lee Edward Fodi]

Cara is going to a prestigous boarding school…for wizards. Unfortunately, she is not good enough to learn to be a wizard but has been reduced to being a spell sweeper. Her job is to go around and clean up the magic dust after spells have been performed.
Harlee, the schools favorite student, has a spell go wrong. Cara must work to clean it up.
I am a big fan of all books magical. When I saw this book, I jumped at the chance to read it. This book is for a younger reading level than I normally read but I did find it enjoyable. Being a teacher, I did like that some higher level vocabulary was used in the book.
Overall, there were some details to the book that reminded me of some other children’s books. However, the story as a whole was a new idea and the author carried it out well. The ebb and flow of the plot made an enoyable reading experience.
Many thanks to Net Galley for providing me with an ARC of this book.

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