"Didn't anyone tell you that you come from a long line of witches?"
Hadley thought her summer at her grandma's house in the woods would be boring. No cell phones, no neighbors, just her brothers, her grandparents, and her amongst the trees in an old house full of chores to be done. But a single question changes everything and throws her into a summer filled with magic, adventure, and terror.
Who is the strange girl who comes in the middle of the night? And why is there a picture of her in Mom's old room? What sort of creatures fill the woods, and will they help or try to stop her as she makes a desperate attempt to save her family? The answers lie in a perilous journey through the witches stone.
Winner of the Reader's Favorite Bronze Medal for YA/General Fiction!
"It is beautiful, and all fantasy fans will enjoy it regardless of age." -Miche Arendse, Readers Favorite
"...pure adventure and entertainment and I wholeheartedly recommend this tale to all fans of magical creatures." -Rosie Malezer, Readers Favorite
"Scott A Johnson's story weaving reminds me of Kelly Barnhill and Neil Gaiman, wonderful world building and magic with strong female protagonists." - Amanda, Goodreads