Everyone needs a little magic. Especially 14-year-old Rachel. Not only did her younger sister, Miri, inherit her mother's ample bosom (so not fair), it turns out that her little sis is also a witch! Of course, there's a chance that Rachel is a witch too--maybe her powers just haven't kicked in yet. If only they would . . . in the meantime she's got to suffer being a B-lister with a crush on an A-list guy, watch her best friend and social schemer Rosie desert her, and be an unwilling participant in her hapless father's remarriage to STBSM (soon-to-be-stepmonster). Retch.

Samantha Stevens? Sabrina? Anyone in Salem home? Rachel Weinstein needs your help!

Sabrina fans will get a witchy kick out of Bras & Broomsticks!”—Meg Cabot, New York Times bestselling author of The Princess Diaries

“Poof, instant bliss.”—Lauren Myracle, New York Times bestselling author of TTYL and Rhymes with Witches

“One magical romp you won’t want to miss.”—Discovery Girls

"Hilarious." —Teen People

"The first in a series, the novel is a bewitching lure for fans of chick lit looking for supernatural twists on the theme of girl-meets-world."—The Bulletin

"Mlynowski's novel starring a teenage witch, told from the point of view of her 14-year-old mortal sister, offers plenty of laughs and some deliciously complicated predicaments." —Publishers Weekly

“Mlynowski has a real ear for dialogue, and she displays a keen understanding of teen mores as she pokes fun at high-school cliques.” —Booklist

"Winning characters…sure to be popular." —School Library Journal

"Screamingly funny." —Kirkus Reviews

“All of the ingredients you could ever want in a teen fantasy chick lit novel: family angst, friendship and popularity dilemmas, crushes, parties, magic, and more!”—Chicklitbooks.com

"An extremely funny and pleasurable read." —Lake Magazine

"This book is so funny, I read it twice." —Girlposse.com

"Harry Potter...meet your new and FABULOUS role model, Rachel Weinstein...If you have more than one female in your dwelling, you may want to purchase multiple copies. I know that sharing is important, but..." —Kids Domain