Hoodoo (Paperback)

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Twelve-year-old Hoodoo Hatcher was born into a family with a rich tradition of practicing folk magic: hoodoo, as most people call it. But even though his name is Hoodoo, he can't seem to cast a simple spell. Then a mysterious man called the Stranger comes to town, and Hoodoo starts dreaming of the dead rising from their graves. Even worse, he soon learns the Stranger is looking for a boy. Not just any boy. A boy named Hoodoo. The entire town is at risk from the Stranger's black magic, and only Hoodoo can defeat him. He'll just need to learn how to conjure first. Set amid the swamps, red soil, and sweltering heat of small town Alabama in the 1930s, Hoodoo is infused with a big dose of creepiness leavened with gentle humor.
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  • Age Group
    9 to 12 yrs
  • Language
    English
  • Binding
    Paperback
  • Grade Level
    3-5
  • Theme
    Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Myths
  • Category
    Young Adult Fiction
  • Sub-Theme 1
    Horror & Ghost Stories
  • Sub-Theme 2
    African American
  • Author
    Smith, Ronald L
  • AR Level
    4.2
  • Pages
    224
  • Publication Date
    7/18/2017
  • Publisher
    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Dimensions
    0.6 H x 7.4 L x 5.0 W
  • Case Qty
    32
  • Dewey
    54387
  • Weight
    0.35 lbs
  • ISBN-13
    9780544935617
  • ISBN-10
    0544935616
  • Item #
    54387
Twelve-year-old Hoodoo Hatcher was born into a family with a rich tradition of practicing folk magic: hoodoo, as most people call it. But even though his name is Hoodoo, he can't seem to cast a simple spell. Then a mysterious man called the Stranger comes to town, and Hoodoo starts dreaming of the dead rising from their graves. Even worse, he soon learns the Stranger is looking for a boy. Not just any boy. A boy named Hoodoo. The entire town is at risk from the Stranger's black magic, and only Hoodoo can defeat him. He'll just need to learn how to conjure first. Set amid the swamps, red soil, and sweltering heat of small town Alabama in the 1930s, Hoodoo is infused with a big dose of creepiness leavened with gentle humor.

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