Monday, October 19, 2015

Magelica's Voyage: The Rescue by: Louise Courey Nadeau (Book Review)

Magelica's Voyage: The Rescue by: Louise Courey Nadeau (Book Review)
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book set from the author, through a Book Blitz run by Mother Daughter & Son Book Reviews in exchange for an honest review. 
 
Last week, I shared the first book in this series, Magelica's Voyage.  This is the next book in the series and it was just as good as the first one!  We are reunited with the main character, Magelica, when she has a dream of a prince lost on an island.  Suddenly, she knows she has to get back to tell her friends on where the prince is.  Together with her friend, Tris they are whisked away to go tell the queen where they think the prince is.  There is laughter, joy and hope as the whole town groups together to go find the prince.  Friendships are created and peace to the land is brought back as they find the prince.  The prince also remained positive the whole time that there would be a way for him to get home safely.

The Magelica books are beautifully illustrated and there is a good moral to each of the stories, including this one.  It is about being positive, believing in yourself and experiencing joy.  There are many times in life when we can get down, but if we keep these things in mind and encourage our children to do the same, what a blessing that would be!

My sons and I very much enjoyed reading these books together and they would love to see Magelica and her adventures created into a cartoon movie.  I would recommend these books to parents of young children for a fun, encouraging story time together that lifts our hearts and brings on some giggles in the magical adventures.

Thanks for stopping by to read my review.  Don't forget to check out all the amazing books, free printables, and awesome products  at Magelica.com.

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Blessings,
 
Kelly

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2 comments:

  1. It looks like a sweet book! Wonderful review...

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    1. Thank you, Lisa! It truly was a wonderful children's story. Thanks for commenting and hope you have a wonderful week :)

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