Magic in Windowland

Magic in Windowland (Pip's Adventures in Windowland Book 1) by [Rupamanjari Majumder]

Magic in Windowland follows a window doodle who is magically, and accidentally, brought to life by a pixie. Pip bursts into life on the page and realizes that he has the ability to bring other window doodles to life. But when he trips and accidentally brings a doodle dragon to life Pip must use his magic, imagination and wits to defeat it.

I really enjoyed the creativity in this book. The idea of window doodles coming to life is unique and executed in a fun way that makes the entire story awesome and charming. Pip is just a stick figure but there is so much action going on in each page that you hardly notice that he’s just a simple drawing. Even I, as an adult, was drawn into the story and wondered of the possible adventures they can encounter in Windowland as it is filled with doodles pulled straight from children’s imaginations.

The story is told with simple language that beginning readers will be able to read. Every page is accompanied by cute art that illustrates the point of the piece of the story, which should help young readers place the words they are reading in context.

This is an imaginative adventure story that children will surely enjoy. You can be sure that after kids finish this book they will be running to the nearest window to create doodles of their own.

Pages: 31 | ASIN: B097QHGPW2

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