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20 Witchy Books From 2019

Gather up, witches! Have we got some books for you. Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner of the craft or merely a fictional witch enthusiast like myself, these 20 books about the life and magical times of witches are sure to charm you—in a nonmagical way, at any rate. These witchy books from 2019 cover all your magical faves from spellcasting teens to murder investigations at modern magic schools and everything in between. So grab your favorite brew and pull up a chair. We’ve got a great selection of 2019 books about witches for you!

1. THE BABYSITTER’S COVEN BY KATE WILLIAMS

What’s better than a babysitter’s club? A babysitter’s coven. Obviously. Of course, 17-year-old Esme doesn’t know she’s a witch. But then the baby she’s sitting gets kidnapped and the new girl starts messing around with spells and it turns out the football coach is supposed to tutor her in the ancient ways of the babysitters? Life is weird, basically. Read More.
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2. MAGIC FOR LIARS BY SARAH GAILEY

Ivy isn’t a witch. But her sister is. Ever since they were little, Tabitha has been magically gifted, and now she’s one of the esteemed professors at a private academy for young people learning the magic arts. Unfortunately for both of them, a murder investigation brings them back together, forcing Ivy back into the world she both envies and abhors. But as she loses herself in the case and the magical theory surrounding it, she uncovers truths about herself and her sister she never expected—and never really wanted to know. Read More.
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3. THESE WITCHES DON’T BURN BY ISABEL STERLING

Hannah’s a teenage witch living in Salem—stereotype much? But Hannah’s life is anything but stereotypical. Her ex-girlfriend is also her former best friend from the coven, her other best friend is a a Reg who knows nothing about magic, and the cute new girl thinks she’s still hung up on her ex. Which she’s not. Mostly. And with a possible Blood Witch and Witch Hunter on the loose, leaving a trail of bodies around town, things are about to get even more interesting. Especially since her ex is the only one who believes her. And if they want to put a stop to all the murders, they’ll have to work together to keep their town, their friends, and their coven safe. Read More.
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4. ONLY THE STARS KNOW HER NAME: SALEM’S LOST STORY OF TITUBA’S DAUGHTER BY AMANDA MARRONE

The witch trials in Salem ended years ago, but while most of the town tries to move on and forget, one girl refuses to let go of the past. Violet lost both her parents in the trials. Her mother, Tituba, was accused of witchcraft by girls she regarded as sisters. Now she learns that both her parents were sold to a man who took them north. And the man who sold them, Reverend Parris, didn’t even bother to tell her. But when she meets Tammy Younger and Elizabeth Prince, two girls also seeking vengeance after the chaos and torment of the witch trials, they decide to sign their own names to the devil’s book. But will the magic they’re practicing bring them peace in the wake of all they’ve lost? Or will the darkness consume them? Read More.
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5. OUT OF SALEM BY HAL SCHRIEVE

When Z Chilworth wakes up after dying in a car crash, they have to adjust quickly to life as a zombie. Especially since their witch powers are on the fritz and their body is rapidly decaying. Double yikes. And after an errant werewolf attack puts Salem, Oregon soundly in the anti-monster camp, Z and their new werewolf friend Aysel have to find some way to survive high school while living in a town that doesn’t even want them. Read More.
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