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Blue Sparkles: Book 2 in the Magic Sparkles series

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Seeing their mother as a little girl was more than Noah (8) and Megan (11) expected when they discovered a magic tunnel. But when their non-verbal, stroller-bound sister, Elise appears in a vision of the future, the magic really has their attention.

Hoping to reel in its power to help 4-1/2 year old Elise, who has Cerebral Palsy, Noah sets out on a mission to discover how
Paperback, 166 pages
Published February 14th 2020 by Magic Sparkles Publishing
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Jan 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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As a beta reader, I had to wait for each chapter, and then to wait for my crew - two girls and a boy - to assemble for each session.

I don't want to spoil anything, so I'm going to talk about their reactions and mine, rather than the book itself. First, there's the fact that my crew cannot be assembled and gotten to sit still for anything, ever - except new chapters. Mention a new chapter, and they're putting down phones, dropping the lego, and avoiding slurping their ramen noodles, just to hear
Mar 15, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Three siblings move to Israel, where they discover a magic tunnel.

Noah (3rd grader) is the first person narrator of this tale about magic. When Noah and his two sisters move to Israel, they have a series of rather confusing adventures in a magic tunnel filled with different colored rooms.

Will he ever understand magic? is the preoccupying theme of Noah's thoughts throughout the book. Maybe not - but what makes the story interesting and worthwhile is th plotline featuring little sister Elise and h
Sherry Ellis
Mar 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Eight-year-old Noah moves from the United States to Israel with his family. There he discovers a magic tunnel filled with colorful sparkles that gives him special powers and drops inspirational notes from the ceiling. He discovers that he can use the magic to help his little sister who has cerebral palsy.

Blue Sparkles is a magical tale that also gives readers a glimpse into life in Israel. It's a good story for children who like magic and learning about new places.
Apr 18, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A Magical Sibling Story

Blue Sparkles is a sweet story about siblings who uncover a magical tunnel. They use the magic to get closer to their younger sister, who has cerebral palsy. This story teaches acceptance and kindness in a fun way.
patsy bunfill
Mar 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Really enjoyed this book!

It’s adventure as this story is told through the eyes of an 8 year old boy as he and his family move from the US to Israel. It’s a journey of magic and wonder. It kept my interest as each chapter moved me into a new journey.
Rachel Inbar
Feb 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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