The Know-It-All Pencil (Invisible Magic Wand Series Book 5) by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Julie Johnson

The Know-It-All Pencil (Invisible Magic Wand)The Know-It-All Pencil by Lois Wickstrom
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It’s Caspian’s “unbirthday” and today his grandfather has gifted him with a pencil. At first he’s confused and then he sees the paper. The pencil writes the word “apple” on the paper. He takes it to the breakfast table where grandfather says he’s going to have a star quality day. Caspian is on his way to school when he sees a walker out of place. He returns it to the rightful owner and is given something in exchange for his kind act. This goes on for awhile with various people until Caspian finally learns the meaning behind the star.

The illustrations are so bright and vibrant!!! I love that about a great children’s book. The story is very well done as well and brings up several talking points after the book has finished. I have enjoyed this book series so far!

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