Poor Little Witch Girl by Marie Desplechin
Rating:Each of the four main characters told their side of the story, which was fun. But I didn't care enough about the story for it to matter that much. It did talk about normal teenage boy/girl and parent/child issues, but it talked about it through the problem of witchcraft. So if you like books to have more meaning, it may be a good book to read.
Description:Verbena's mother is disappointed that she has never shown any talent for witchcraft, but Verbena has never wanted to be a witch. But when Verbena's talent manifests itself, her mom couldn't be happier. Verbena refuses to learn more about her powers until she discovers that it may be able to help her find her dad.