Wanda Seasongood and the Mostly True Secret

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A girl desperately trying to find her family she fits into. A talking bird called Voltaire takes Wanda on a trip through the Scary Woods to help find her real family. The plot of the story really made sense to me. The characters really made sense, but a talking bird really didn’t make sense to me. The word choice was really convenient to the story. The mortal of the story is “don’t give up on what you are searching for.” In my opinion, the pictures really helped with showing what the story is about and I think all books should do that. I think around eight to eleven would be a good age for this book because of all the magic and power in the book. This book would not make a great series because I don’t think you can add more to this story. I don’t think I’ve read any other book like this one before. I would recommend this book for children. Children who love magic would really be into this book. This was a great book, children should read this book.

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Author Susan Lurie
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 224 pages
Publisher Disney-Hyperion
Publish Date 2020-02-11
ISBN 9781368043151
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Issue April 2020
Category Tweens


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