Children’s Ebook Review: Magelica’s Voyage by Louise Courey Nadeau


Magelica’s Voyage by Louise Courey Nadeau

Age Range: 4 and up
File Size: 2771 KB

Publisher: Magelica (May 12, 2013)

Source: Sent from Publisher for review

Rating: 4 of 5 stars


Magelica’s Voyage is refreshing, new, fun, and inspiring.

Who ever
heard of a girl being hatched from an egg the colour of sapphires?
Magelica doesn’t know where she came from or who she really is. But
when she’s transported to the Isle of Dreams in a flying bathtub, she
launches into an adventure of discovery, and learns that wonderful
things can happen when she uses her imagination, believes, opens her
heart and trusts in love. Come fly with her and discover for yourself
the power of imagination,gratitude,believing in yourself, and love!

this special first voyage, fantasy, adventure, magical illustrations,
empowering messages, and a wonderful cast of enchanting characters come
together as Magelica takes young girls and the special people in their
lives on a fun, inspiring voyage about making your life magical.

Book Trailer:

My Thoughts:

This is a really sweet fantasy adventure story aimed at preschoolers and
lower elementary children. I liked the idea behind the story – a girl
hatched from an egg that travels to the Isle of Dreams on a giant
turtle’s back.

I read this with my kids and they loved the fact that
Magelica is a fairy with green hair. The writing is pleasant and it
flows well.  The illustrations are absolutely gorgeous! All in all, a
very nice fantasy adventure with a good message.

Magelica’s Voyage is available as an ebook in English, Spanish, and French.

Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.  No other compensation was given.  The thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

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