After reading the following passage from SKYLAR ROBBINS: THE MYSTERY OF SHADOW HILLS, one family was inspired to copy the creative projects suggested to 13-year-old Skylar by her new BFF, Kat, the Malibu middle school witch:
“I don’t have any ideas yet,” I admitted to Kat. “How about you?”
“I have a bunch of them,” she said, leaning toward me. “We can decorate a special box for our amulets. We can go down to the beach and collect stones with different powers and weave a basket for them. We can embroider spirit pouches and fill them with herbs, feathers, incense, and seashells. We can use our leftover liquid lead and glass stain and decorate a candle holder with Wiccan symbols.”
My new friend was amazing. “What’s Wiccan?” I mouthed.
She looked around. No one was listening. “Witchcraft.”