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A story about making new friends in a new town. Mason Garcia struggles to find new interests and make friends away from his surfing and his beloved ocean.

In a town with no surfing, he finds a spooky park just down the block from his new house. Is it haunted?

Can everyone see the Punwees? He sees them through his bedroom window. They open a door in a walnut on the tree and stand on the branch of a tree.

Spend time in the world of little people. Imagine that there are little people all around your house, yard, and school.

Mason is sent to counseling because no one else sees the little people, and his parents think he is having trouble adjusting to the move. Is it always better to talk to someone about what is going on in your life?

Can Mason find someone to play video games with beside the little people who are very competitive? Everyone serious about something knows what it is like when they meet people who are not as serious as they are.

©2017 Mary Kincaid (P)2017 Mary Kincaid

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I recieved this audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review.

This was such a heartwarming story about a boy moving and struggling to make friends in his new home. I just loved Ted. He likes dancing on his own. The kid needs a hug.
The parents seemed a bit distant, but I suppose that is in character for the father's job.

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Great Story! Great Narration!

If you could sum up Little Worlds of Magic in three words, what would they be?

Imagination, New Friends

What was one of the most memorable moments of Little Worlds of Magic?

Mason discovering the Punwees.

Have you listened to any of June Skye’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

June Skye was great!!! She brought the characters to life and drew me into the story. Her volume and story telling are perfect!

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I didn't have an extreme reaction. I simply enjoyed the story and imagination.

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