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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Money Magic is the fifth book in the Evie Everyday Witch series by Elena Paige. While reading about her favorite character in a book, Evie Everyday is suddenly struck by an inexplicable desire to make money. Unbeknownst to the inhabitants of Wyndemere, Evie is a witch, which is why she doesn't need money like the Lamrons, which is normal spelled backward! Evie reveals her plans of making money to her best friend Izzy and promises not to use magic in her attempts to do so. After a disastrous attempt to mow a lawn, Evie is gifted a dragon egg by her Aunt Floss. But everything gets out of control when the gold coins spat out by the newborn dragon Auri turn all the townsfolk into dragons. Are they forever doomed to live as dragons?
An action-adventure featuring talking pets, dragons, unicorns, and leprechauns, Money Magic is a fantastic book for preteen lovers of fantasy to delve into. Elena Paige tells a fascinating story filled with magic and wonder that is bound to raise your spirits. Stephanie Parcus's charming illustrations add to the vibrant characters and their personalities and make it all the more immersive. Apart from the entertaining plot itself, Paige incorporates the gentle message of doing something out of love and passion rather than solely making money. I had a wonderful time reading it and recommend it to everyone between the ages of 8 to 14 years.