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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite
The world Anni lives in has always seemed so normal and straightforward. Being the orphan girl at an all-girl’s school hasn’t always been easy but she’s always had Lexi and Mabel to help her get through it. All of a sudden, however, things are starting to fall into chaos. Mabel is missing, as well as her brother-in-law, Teddy. And now it seems Lexi has gone missing and Anni’s new guardian is trying to shepherd her out of the country. Something strange is going on and only Lexi seems to know what it is. Anni Moon & The Elemental Artifact by Melanie Abed is the story of two young girls who have found themselves in the middle of an adventure.
I was interested in the way that Anni and Lexi seemed to interact together so well. They were very relatable characters and it was great to read about many magical characters. I love magic and enjoyed the different creatures and other magical aspects that were included throughout this book. I was also drawn in by the mystery surrounding the characters like Finnegan, Lexi, Anni, Mabel, Teddy and more. There’s a lot going on in their world that they never would have imagined and things are going to continue changing as they attempt to discover the truth between the disappearances of Mabel and Teddy. Anni Moon & The Elemental Artifact by Melanie Abed is an excellent story for young children interested in a world of magic and mystery and it will make a difference in their lives.