Ellis and The Magic Mirror

Ellis and The Magic Mirror

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Overview

Ellis Monroe has always been curious about the world. When his father brings home an ancient mirror with the power to reveal the truth about the people and things around him, Ellis begins to see the world in a whole new way.

But things get more than a little strange when Ellis takes the mirror to school. While playing with it on the playground with his best friend, Toro Quispe, Ellis discovers that someone - or something - is hiding out at Harriet Tubman Elementary and trying to stop children from learning. Determined to solve the new mystery, Ellis, Toro, and his little sister, Freddye go on a secret mission to find out the truth about the troublesome Buddy Cruster and stop whatever he and his friends have planned.

Join Ellis, Freddye, and Toro on an adventure you will never forget!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780985621056
Publisher: LionSky Publishing
Publication date: 08/18/2015
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.11(d)

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Ellis and The Magic Mirror 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Geoff Habiger for Readers' Favorite We’ve all been excited about something that happens at school, and young Ellis Monroe is no exception. In Ellis and The Magic Mirror, by Cerece and Aryeh Rennie Murphy, Ellis’s excitement is for the Earth Day celebrations going on at school. Ellis loves school, and loves learning something new about Earth. We can also relate when the new boy in class, Buddy, seems to steal all the fun and excitement out of learning. Buddy is determined to get people in trouble – especially Ellis – and enjoys nothing more than being mean. When Ellis’s father brings home an old looking glass that has the power to show you the truth about objects you see through it, Ellis learns that Buddy is not who (or what) he seems to be. With the assistance of his best friend Toro, and his sister Freddye, Ellis must stop a threat to the school from Buddy and his friends. Ellis and The Magic Mirror is a delightfully fun story for young children. Ellis and his friends are relatable and easy to like and root for as they tackle the challenge presented by the bully, Buddy. Cerece and Aryeh have created a group of characters that show how friendship, and family, can overcome any challenge. I really enjoyed that Ellis allows Freddye, his younger sister, to participate in his adventure as an equal partner – she isn’t tagging along, and he’s not been told to watch her by his parents. Freddye is a strong, independent spirit in her own right and I love how she is untroubled by the strange events going on. Ellis and The Magic Mirror is a fantastic adventure that children of all ages will enjoy. The book is wonderfully illustrated with full-color art by Gregory Garay that really brings Ellis and his adventure to life.