Thanks for logging on today for the audio podcast, Episode 2 of Adventures With Mr. Wugidgem. In the first Episode, we learned Mr. Wugidgem is a real magician. He teletransported them to Delta Costa where they met Mr. Tree, owner of the Adroit Toy Company. Debby and Michael became enchanted with Mr. Tree’s toys.
Today Debby, Michael, and Mr. Wugidgem stumble into serious danger!
While I am writing Teenage Transition, Book Two of the Young Mister Wugidgem Trilogy, I have decided to re-broadcast audio podcasts of the five books already published in the Mr. Wugidgem Children’s Magical Reality Series.
In the first book, Adventures With Mr. Wugidgem, fraternal twins Debby and Michael Clark spy their long time family friend, Mr. Wugidgem, who has just returned to the island after a long absence. The trio has explored the Island on field trips, but today Mr. Wugidgem leads them on an extraordinary and dangerous journey through time and space.
Welcome to the final episode of Young Mister Wugidgem, Book One. Last week we were with Mom, James, and Sally as they finished up their magical training with Dr. LaRue at Immersion. Then we followed them as Mom drove Dad, James, and Sally home in the Magic Mobile. Finally, we saw James and Sally ride their bikes to visit with Amos and Grace, and they began an exciting game of croquet. Today we’ll watch them finish that game, and then play an even more exciting game of football! Enjoy!
Welcome back for Episode 18 of Young Mister Wugidgem. In the last Episode we watched Mom and Jill again, bantering back and forth, seeking common ground. Then we followed Mom, James, and Sally out to Immersion, and watched them launch themselves into more advanced magic training, under the supervision of Master Magician, Dr. Tom LaRue. Today, we’ll join them at Immersion for the rest of their week of training. Then Dad will finally be released from the hospital, and we’ll follow them home! Enjoy!
I’m extending the 20% discount offer on the Paperback version of Young Mister Wugidgem. The discounted price is $10.37 versus the cover price of $12.96.
My Stanford Professor, Nancy Huddleston Packer, wrote the following review:
“Young Mister Wugidgem is a fantasy, a mystery, and a family saga all rolled into one. At the heart of the book are the charming Wugidgems: father Will, a professional magician, mother Joan, a very rational lawyer, the brave thirteen-year-old James, and the spunky little Sally. When evil forces threaten their family on James’s birthday, all four Wugidgems must awaken their slumbering magical powers to ward it off. In the process, they learn how the past entangles the present. As the family work together to defeat evil and to escape from the past, their love and respect for each other are strengthened. All four Wugidgems are unusual, entertaining, and attractive. Every reader will have a favorite.”
Please go to the Young Mister Wugidgem site on Amazon and write your review of the book. I sure would appreciate it! Here is the link:
I want to step back from the action of Young Mister Wugidgem and share with you the reasons I have written the Mister Wugidgem 6 book series, as well as my first book, a Thriller, Slaves On Horseback. Through these stories, I am speaking not only to children, but also to their parents, grandparents, great-grand parents, aunts, uncles, teachers, and anyone else who influences children. I believe this means every single one of you.
I believe the potential for evil exists in all of us. I believe more strongly that everyone one has a greater potential for good, and that potential can overcome evil. I feel the need to communicate this now because I see the world running amuck (look this word up, even if you think you know the meaning!) with greed, narcissism, exclusionism, bullying, and power domination. These evil states of being are juxtaposed with the positives of acceptance, inclusiveness, forgiveness, and love I see in much of today’s younger generations. I fear the foibles of the older generations could smother and pervert the positive and healthy traits of the younger ones.
What I attempt to do in my stories is portray these positive and healthy actions of the younger generations as win-win ways to live life. I hope you have seen this in my works, and if you have, you’ve inculcated those actions your belief system.
If you believe this is the right path, please pass this along to everyone you know. Please consider writing a brief review of whatever books of mine you have read. You can do this on the top my of Amazon site:
Happy New Year! I’m Allan Chapman, and I welcome you to Episode 16 of Young Mister Wugidgem. In the last Episode we learned the evil magician who attacked Dad is Jill Patton, Mom’s client. But who is she, really? Today, we’ll find out!