A tree that sends people through time. A 12-year-old boy with powers. His adventure could mean freedom . . . Jedidiah Wilson has always wanted to get out of his hometown, but time traveling with his imaginary friend Mavis hadn’t been part of the plan.
When the anxious, brilliant kid and his 63-year-old friend meet a village of people with special powers, they are whisked into an adventure across time and space to help save the village’s children from a man who wants to control them. Using his ability to see secrets and his talent for the classic bait-and-switch, Jed helps the villagers set their plan for freedom in motion. . . with Mavis’s assistance of course.
Will Jed and Mavis be a help to their new friends, or will they just get in the way? The Boy Who Could See Secrets is magical realism for adults and young readers alike. If you like magical stories, love a good adventure, and appreciate a bit of justice, then you’ll love the first book in the Magic People series. Buy The Boy Who Could See Secrets today to begin your journey.
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Andi Cumbo-Floyd is a writer, editor, and farmer who lives at the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains with her husband, 4 dogs, 4 cats, 6 goats, 37 chickens and 3 rabbits. You can find out more about her at andilit.com and ourfolkstales.com. Her other titles include The Slaves Have Names, Writing Day In and Day Out, and God’s Whisper Manifesto. Her focus as a researcher and writer is the history of slavery in the United States, and she conducts archival research and genealogical inquiries in the Central Virginia region.
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