Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Magical Mea



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 "Magical Mea" is the second book in The Magical  Series, written by the award winning author, Penelope Anne Cole.  Mea is Magical Matthew’s sister, but similarities between the two end pretty much there. Mea and her brother have very different ideas about why, when, and how magic should be performed. 


Matthew and his friend Lily go in search of his little sister Mea for fear of what trouble she may get herself into next.  Mea is unconcerned about her brother and is intent on causing a little mischief, just for the fun of it.  She takes a bus ride, plays in the park, pulls a prank on some boys, and a mom and her baby; all the while, Matthew and Lily are on her trail trying to catch up with her before she does something drastic. 


Matthew has always used his magic for good, but Mea has other ideas.  She finds delight in stumping others with her trickery.  In the end Mea finds the true joy in helping others.  She realizes the only reward she needs for her magic is how people are helped by her instinctive talents.  This second book in The Magical Series has life lessons for children.  It’s a fun read, empowering for kids, and will without a doubt hold a child’s interest.

Kevin Collier has brought the book to life with his vivid and attractive illustrations that are sure to delight any young reader.  I give Magical Mea five stars *****and a lollipop!

This book has been reviewed by Susan Hornbach, author of children's literature 

To purchase this book:
http://www.guardianangelpublishing.com/magical-mea.htm 

Category: Littlest Angels
 

Author:Penelope Cole http://penelopeannecole.blogspot.com/
Artist:Kevin Collier http://kevinscottcollierhomepage.blogspot.com
 

Hardcover ISBN: 9781616333942; 1616333944
Paperback ISBN: 9781616333959; 1616333952
eBook ISBN: 9781616333966; 1616333960 

18 comments:

  1. Hi, Susan. Thanks for sharing about MAGICAL MEA.

    I shared your post on Twitter and Google+.

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    1. Thank you Susanne. This is a cute book.

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  2. Mea sounds SUPER CUTE! I love the cover illustration, too. I think Mea might have some things in common with my daughter. Well, not the magic, but the naughty part. LOL

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    1. Your daughter must be very creative. The naughty ones usually are. Thanks for your comments Margo.

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  3. Another in the Magical series! Congratulations and best wishes for a great success. Delighted for you!

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    1. Hi Nancy, thanks so much fro stopping by and lending support to Penny's book. I enjoyed reading it.

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  4. Sounds like a winner Penelope and Kevin.

    Great post Susan.
    Kathy Stemke

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    1. This one is a winner Kathy, and Magical Matthew just won an award. The Magical series is off and running :)

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  5. Great review. Sounds like a terrific book and one kids will enjoy greatly. Congratulations!

    Karin Larson

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    1. Thank you Karin, so nice of you to stop by and leave a comment. The first in the series is award winning, and I'm sure this one will be also.

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  6. Thanks for letting us know about this book. It sounds like a good one.

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    1. Hi Janet, thanks so much for stopping by and lending your support for Magical Mea. I know Penny appreciates it, as do I.

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  7. Hello Sherry, thanks so much for you kind words. So nice of you to stop by and comment.

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  8. Susan,
    It sounds like Mea made major changes. Your review makes me what to know exactly how that all came about. Well done.

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    1. Thanks for stopping and leaving a comment Linda. It's a cute book. The first one in the series, "Magical Matthew" just won an award. Wahoo, for Penny!!

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  9. Dear Susan,
    Thanks for sharing about Mea. All of us have a little mischief in us. Sound like a fun book.

    Celebrate you
    Never Give Up
    Joan Y. Edwards

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    1. Hi Joan, you are welcome. Mischief does spice it up a bit. Especially when it's in a kid's story!

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