Saturday, June 27, 2015

More Five Star Reviews for Magical Mea Goes to School

on June 25, 2015
This book is about how Mea still pranks her brother by saying she will practice her magic but instead she is having play dates. The way she fixes things as they walk home she secretly fixes things for the surprise ending. I very much enjoyed reading this story and could relate to the main character.
on June 11, 2015
This book is third in a series of stories written by Penelope Anne Cole. In the first book, MAGICAL MATTHEW, a little boy has magical powers and uses them to fix things just by thinking them fixed. In the second book, MAGICAL MEA, the little sister has the same powers but she uses them to hide things and play pranks on others.

MAGICAL MEA GOES TO SCHOOL is a continuation of MAGICAL MEA. In the story, Matthew, his disabled friend Lily, and Grandma Nonie, try to teach Mea how to use her powers to do good things.

A chapter book, it is both humorous and entertaining and provides a valuable lesson for children of all ages.
Kids with active imaginations (and what kid doesn't have one of those?) will enjoy this book. Since other reviewers have told about the plot I won't do that here. But I will say I enjoyed the book and think young readers will also enjoy it, especially if they've already read previous books in the series.
Magical Mea Goes to School, Penelope Anne Cole, Kevin Scott Collier, Magical Mea, Magical Matthew, Lily, Grandma Nonie, Magical Book Works, magic, gifts, talents, good deeds, helping.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015


Mea is starting a new school year. She could be up to her old tricks, but brother and friend Lily are fast and hard on her case. Find out how Mea deals with her magical powers and instruction from those who care.

Magical Mea Goes to School, written by award winning author Penny Anne Cole, is another fun read in the magical Matthew series. While this story stands on its own, to better enjoy, read all of the Magical Matthew books. Mea, Matthew and friend Lily who happens to be wheelchair challenged, are changing the world for the good and teaching Mea how to better use her skills.

Enjoyable book for kids. Teaches everyday life skills for children. Illustrations by Kevin Collier are colorful and entertaining. 
Magical Mea Goes to School, Mea, Matthew, Lily, Grandma Nonie, school, helping, learning, magic, magical abilities