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young kids learning wicca

I read this book back in Junior high 1990-1995.  It was about a boy who meets a girl who introduces him to witchcraft and her mother either helps them or maybe just knows about them practicing; I do know the mom buys them a bottle of wine that they 'consecrate' with herbs and spices and then drink.  The girl has a boyfriend who is a bit older (he can drive and has a car)  but he's jealous of her connection to the guy she practices with(maybe something about a past life connection?).  He has a car crash with her in the car and she's under water and the kid she practices with can feel her fear.  If anyone has the name or author I would be very thankful:smileyhappy: