Member Blogs > Journey of a BooksellerHarry Moon Wand Paper Scissors by Mark Andrew Poe

  • Thu, 23 Nov 2017 09:00:00    Permalink
    Harry Moon's town has a bully.  He likes to pick on Harry.  Little does he know that Harry has magical powers...

    Rabbit Publishing and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published.

    This series would be great for middle graders.  The stories are exciting and there are puns and jokes interspersed in the chapters.  After all, Harry Moon gets teased because the older boys mooned the younger ones when they were going by on the bus to go to the away game.  Now they call him "Hairy Moon" and laugh.

    When Harry was born, his mother was visited by a man who told her he was special.  He meant in a magical way.  Harry is thirteen and he's noticed a few things but he needs something more to fight Titus' bullying.  The man at the magic shop gives him a wand.  He has to choose the right one and he does.  But his magic won't work for bad, it will only do good.  Harry has to find another way to get around Titus. His dad even makes up t-shirts for everyone that say "Do No Evil".  Harry's solution is a good one. 

    This is fun read with a good message for children.  I have enjoyed this whole series.

Looks like you are ready to submit this application

If you are satisfied that your application is complete, go ahead and click "submit this application."
Otherwise, click "review this application" to review your answers or make additional changes.