Saturday, January 24, 2015

Here's another great review of Magical Mea (See all the reviews on Amazon of both books:

5.0 out of 5 stars Both Magical Matthew and Magical Mea are great reads for young children, January 20, 2015
This review is from: Magical Mea (Paperback)
Magical Mea by Penelope Cole

Little Mea discovers she has a new magical gift. She decides to test her magic by making things around the house disappear: keys, a pen, a necklace. She is filled with glee as she watches her family members scramble to find their lost things. Things don’t stay lost for long. They suddenly appear again when Mea decides to find them.

Mea’s older brother Matthew and their grandmother try to convince Mea to use her magic to help others. But Mea doesn’t want to be told what to do. So she marches out of the house with her head brimming with prank ideas. She pranks her way through town with Matthew and his friend Lily in hot pursuit.

Young readers will be turning the pages to keep up with Mea’s antics. Will Matthew and Lily be able to thwart her pranks? When danger threatens, how will Mea use her magic?

Kevin Scott Collier’s vibrant illustrations bring the story alive. His portrayal of Mea’s facial expressions are entertaining.

Both Magical Matthew and Magical Mea are great reads for young children. Parents, teachers and librarians will find these books to be great additions to their collections. Magical Mea is a follow-up story to Magical Matthew. It features a sibling relationship, friendship and the consequences of good decisions and good deeds.


  1. Wonderful books Penny, wishing you much success!

    1. Hi Susan,
      Thanks so much for your support. I really appreciate your comments and help. Blessings,