I've reviewed several books in Penelope Anne Cole's series about kids in a family who have magical abilities when they're little, but lose them when they get older.
In this book, twins Max and Mickey plan to use their magic to create a surprise.
Their older brother and sister, Matt and Mea, and Lily, their friend who uses a wheelchair, will all be graduating on the same day. (Those characters were featured in Cole's earlier books.)
Everyone in the family is preparing graduation gifts and trying to keep their gifts secret.
On graduation day all the gifts are revealed, but none are as amazing as the one Max and Mickey have created.
I won't reveal any of the secrets here, because I don't want to spoil the reading experience, but I will say I loved the climax.
But Max and Mickey are about to loose their magic, so this book is probably the last one in the series and I'm sorry to see it end.
I'll miss the colorful illustrations by Kevin Scott Collier, too.