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Pandora Park

3.43 of 5 stars 3.43  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  4 reviews
In Albany, New York, Mark hates getting dumped at the mall park while his mom shops. It’s so embarrassing! But Mark quickly changes his mind after he discovers a mysterious path leading to a magical forest.

In Bejing, China, Kelsie finds a similar path, and somehow, she meets Mark in the same magical world!

Now the two friends must work together to unravel the origins of P
Kindle Edition, 92 pages
Published May 16th 2011 by Premier Digital Publishing
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This is an interesting children's novel about two children from the opposite ends of the Earth who discover a 'magic' park where anything seems to be possible. The children, with the support of their parents, work to discover who created it and why.

It is a cute novel that my children and myself enjoyed. However it is short and leaves off in a way that makes you believe that you are truly only at the beginning of the story. My children did not like that. I think it leaves them wanting to creat th
Adam Shields
read on vacation probably won't write a full blog review.

This is Piers Anthony's first children's book and it shows. It isn't horrible but Anthony doesn't really know his audience and it alternates between middle grade, older and I kept having this feeling of dread that some of his more erotic work was going to break through at any moment. It didn't, the book is pretty clean, but there isn't much to really recommend for it either.
Alice Paterra
Piers Anthony's first book for children, I believe. He didn't seem to know who his audience was. The characters were awfully mature one one page, and terrible immature on the next. He admits in his notes that he had a hard time writing for the audience of schoolchildren. Looking for Xanth? Look elsewhere.
This was a very fun read. It was entertaining and witty, with a good sense of humor. It acted to draw you into an alternate world, creating a good escape and left you wondering about the possibility of stumbling into your own "Pandora Park."
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Though he spent the first four years of his life in England, Piers never returned to live in his country of birth after moving to Spain and immigrated to America at age six. After graduating with a B.A. from Goddard College, he married one of his fellow students and and spent fifteen years in an assortment of professions before he began writing fiction full-time.

Piers is a self-proclaimed environm
More about Piers Anthony...
On a Pale Horse (Incarnations of Immortality, #1) A Spell for Chameleon (Xanth, #1) Castle Roogna (Xanth, #3) Bearing An Hourglass (Incarnations of Immortality, #2) The Source of Magic (Xanth, #2)

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