Bess’s Magical Garden by M.E. Hembroff

I also love how the girls write letters back and forth. You can purchase this book on Amazon for around $12.00 in paperback and it is also available to read on a Kindle.*I received this book free of charge in exchange for a written review. “Bess Magical Garden” is a short book with only 81 pages and easy to read words. Together, with her friend’s help, Bess finds more and more secrets. HembroffJune 18, 2017 by Annette Anderson Leave a Comment PR Sample It’s been a terrible time for Bess lately. As Bess seeks out the secrets she is also becoming more and more stronger mentally and physically. O’Toole and she starts helping Bess get stronger and stronger to overcome the polio. This book also teaches children to never give up no matter what they have been through because life has many mysteries ahead. This was such an important part of my childhood because I moved all across the states and left best friends behind and it really hurt, so we wrote letters constantly to stay in touch. Megan tells Bess what to do through letters. I was not monetarily compensated and the opinions are 100% my own. Writing letters is a thing of the past because of so much technology today and it is sad because I wouldn’t have traded my days of receiving a letter in the mail for anything. I think this is a great book for children ages 8-12. Her father died in a car crash, she is in the final stages of polio and now her mother has moved her to a new town, Pineview, away from her best friend, Megan. During the summer, Bess’s mom gets a woman to watch Bess, her name is Mrs. Josie and Megan know about the magic garden and they both try to help Bess find out all the secrets. You are here: Home / Book Reviews / Bess’s Magical Garden by M.E. I loved it and highly recommend it. It helps children understand how they can overcome loss and how important friends are. Not long after Bess and her mother move into their new home Bess begins to hear whispering voices in her garden. HembroffBess’s Magical Garden by M.E. Bess writes to Megan and tells her of all the things she hears and sees. She finds secret items all in the garden and one is a map, but the map confuses Bess more than help her with the secrets. One time she even sees a ghostly figure. Bess also makes two new friends, a neighbor girl named Josie and an orange and white cat that Bess names Pumpkin.