Magic in the Park review by Boomer123
A Matter-of-Fact Magic Book: Magic in the Park
by Ruth Chew
Age Range - 5 - 8
Genre - Fiction
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 8
Reviewer's Location - Stow, MA, United States
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Magic in the Park is a really fun and interesting book. This book is a fun fictional story. I would say this is a fantasy book because some of the things that happen aren’t real. For example, pigeons can’t talk in real life, but the birds can talk in this story.  


The main characters, Jennifer and Mike, try to figure out what is going on with the tree in the park. There is something wrong with the tree that grabs their attention. It is moving, but they aren’t sure how.  One day they see the tree next to a park bench, and the next day they find it in a different spot. Will they be able to solve the mystery?


 

 

Opinion: 

I really liked Jennifer because she was nice and generous to everyone in the book.  Mike is Jennifer’s best friend who goes on adventures with her. The book has slow adventures that you can enjoy for many pages. This book is not scary.   


I would give this book five stars because I liked the adventures the characters went on.     

 

 

Rating:
5
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