My Wizard Buddy

My Wizard Buddy✻ My Wizard Buddy Epub ✾ Author Brian W. Wu – Bluevapours.co.uk One day, lonely year old Tyler Duns wishes out loud for a best friend Not only does his wish come true, but his new best buddy is Dirk, a year old wizard a magical being who is from another world an One day, lonelyyear old Tyler Duns wishes out loud for a best friend Not only does his wish come true, but his new best buddy is Dirk, ayear old wizard a magical being who is from another world and is unfamiliar with Earth Dirk often is too eager to help Tyler out with tough dilemmas in his My Wizard MOBI :✓ day to day life, but his antics often backfire, leaving Tyler to wonder is having a wizard for a buddy worth it Enjoy the bonding between two very different boys in My Wizard Buddy.

Brian Wu graduated with a Bachelor s Science Degree in Physiology and Neurobiology Currently, he holds a PhD and is an MD Candidate KSOM, USC in integrative biology and disease He is also an experienced writer and editor for a large number of prestigious web pages Brian values the ability of all ages to learn from the My Wizard MOBI :✓ power of stories His mission is to write about health conditions, educational topics, and life situations in an entertaining way in order to help children understand their own health conditions and daily circumstancesContact Brian Wu at hello healthstoriesforkidsMore info on Brian can be found at.

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  • Paperback
  • 126 pages
  • My Wizard Buddy
  • Brian W. Wu
  • English
  • 28 December 2017
  • 1500514926

10 thoughts on “My Wizard Buddy

  1. Tassa DeSalada says:

    My Wizard Buddy covers the very real consequences of a child being told no What does a modern day kid do when he s told no , he can t have the video games that all the other kids have and spend endless hours excelling at them I found My Wizard Buddy a very interesting insight into how kids manage being told no in a very healthy manner In some ways, I would vaguely liken the plot of this book to Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak Although that boy is filled with rage, inst My Wizard Buddy covers the very real consequences of a child being told no What does a modern day kid do when he s told no , he can t have the video games that all the other kids have and spend endless hours excelling at them I found My Wizard Buddy a very interesting insight into how kids manage being told no in a very healthy manner In some ways, I would vaguely liken the plot of this book to Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak Although that boy is filled with rage, instead of boredom, he finds a release for his energies in the form of an invisible fantasy world One of the best things you can teach your kids is how to deal with failure An invisible buddy is an excellent support mechanism, and that s the topic this book explores Create your own entertainment Create a fantasy friend who can always be with you, be someone with whom you can discuss every situation, and figure out how to have friends, and get along in life Extreme boredom has incredible growth potential in children This book illustrates one way that bored kids can focus their energies into helping themselves grow and mature in many ways Sometimes kids and adults need to be led around and shown the proper way to vent This book does an amazing job

  2. Nadishka Aloysius says:

    This is the first in the Wizard Buddy series A nice idea to get boys to read which can be a daunting task at times The story starts with Tyler Duns worrying about his physical disability he s deaf and his inability to make friends And there appears Dirk, a wizard, literally out of this air The two immediately bond, although Dirk has a hard time understanding the concept of deafness and makes some blunt remarks The rest of the tale takes the reader through the next 3 months during wh This is the first in the Wizard Buddy series A nice idea to get boys to read which can be a daunting task at times The story starts with Tyler Duns worrying about his physical disability he s deaf and his inability to make friends And there appears Dirk, a wizard, literally out of this air The two immediately bond, although Dirk has a hard time understanding the concept of deafness and makes some blunt remarks The rest of the tale takes the reader through the next 3 months during which Dirk helps Tyler gainconfidence in class, make new friends and learn some self esteem The story is very sympathetic towards kids with disabilities who have to make their way through regular school Tyler has to face bullies and unintentional unkindness that makes you really feel for his plight He also learns to cope better with his problems, and he realizes that others have problems too one boy has to cope with a parent with mental illness, while another has lost his Dad to cancer Tyler also learns how to be a good friend in turn, and that true friendship needs work from both parties concerned My only negative thought about the book is this as an adult I can appreciate and enjoy all the above, but would pre teenage boys feel the same There are some scenes full of excitement like when Dirk takes Tyler on some adventures, but I wonder if there is enough of that to sustain interest

  3. Galit Balli says:

    Note I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.ReviewPlot Story It was not a fast pace read or a slow one, but it had a perfect pace and as a reader even an adult reader this was a fun read This was a very thought off book and the author too the time to show us all that was needed to be shown Like the magic, it was almost at arm reach You could see the magic so well and it was undeniable real This book contains everything a great book needs A strong character, a vil Note I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.ReviewPlot Story It was not a fast pace read or a slow one, but it had a perfect pace and as a reader even an adult reader this was a fun read This was a very thought off book and the author too the time to show us all that was needed to be shown Like the magic, it was almost at arm reach You could see the magic so well and it was undeniable real This book contains everything a great book needs A strong character, a villain, magic, strange creatures and many adventures The story takes on a lots of serious topics as bulling, but Tyler goes through them with optimism and a fun way.Characters Tyler is such a strong and lovable kid and we can all relate to his insecurities Dirk is the magical alien friend and he tries to help Tyler as much as he can It reminds me a lot of the invisible friends most of us had as kids and the adventures we took with them.Romance Kills There is love in the story, but in a very small way If I will tell you anythingit won t be a spoiler free.Writing This book is definitely for kids or for people who had kids As an adult reading this story, I still enjoyed the writing style of the author and the adventures that Tyler had to go through I love the happiness and joy the author spread all around the book, it was a nice change.Beginning The story begins with Tyler and he sees and feel how alone he is and just then when he wishes he had a best friend, comes Dirk The beginning really set the mood of the entire story.Ending The ending was a bit sad, but saying goodbye and especially to a kid can be very sad.Blurb The blurb was very inviting and teasing of what yet to come.Other StuffCover Art The cover art is very nice, but it lacks a bit It s a bit too simple for a kid s book.Other StuffOpening Line That looks like a UFO spaceship, with a dome at the top 11 year old Tyler Duns lay on the grassy meadow, staring straight up at the puffy, marshmallow like cumulus clouds above Highlights I love the adventures a lot, the author wrote them in a very nice way, that made me love the story even .Lowlights None.Final Thoughts This is a very light and fun read If you have kids I assure you they will love this book a lot.Read the original review at The Reading Bud

  4. Arkham Reviews says:

    Firstly, I d just like to state a slight confusion as to the target audience of this series Although Goodreads advises me that this is a young adult series everything about it screams middle grade, from the title to the premise to the age of the protagonist However, that said, some of the language used in the novel seemed a little complex for 10 12 year olds It also doesn t localise that well Being from England, I had to Google several terms because I d never heard them myself and so this is Firstly, I d just like to state a slight confusion as to the target audience of this series Although Goodreads advises me that this is a young adult series everything about it screams middle grade, from the title to the premise to the age of the protagonist However, that said, some of the language used in the novel seemed a little complex for 10 12 year olds It also doesn t localise that well Being from England, I had to Google several terms because I d never heard them myself and so this is possibly something to bear in mind if you re buying this novel for a non American child.This aside, My Wizard Buddy is a fun read that s full of imagination The protagonist, Tyler, is a convincing 11 year old boy, eager to fit in and be accepted by thepopular kids in his class I found him to be very easy to relate to as I think everyone s had that moment in their life where they feel lonely and wish that they could befriend someone magical Dirk s magic seemingly has no limits and therefore the novel certainly kept me turning the page as I was never sure what he would conjure next.However, while the story is nice for a light read, it really has no depth Characters range from being undeveloped characatures such as Tyler s snotty older sister to simply being indistinguishable from one another all the boys in Tyler s class As the adventures are all essentially one shots, there is no over running story and previous adventures are rarely brought up again after they conclude There were also times when the plotting seemed to completely break down, such as one occurrence when Dirk appeared as asked Tyler if he was forgiven even though they had never previously fallen out This was a bit of a shame as the quality of prose was generally pretty good and it was just sections like this that really let it down.All in all, I d say this would make a fun light read for a very young teen but don t expect any depth in plotting or characterisation

  5. J.C. Wing says:

    I am a huge fan of YA and Juvenile Fiction There is something special about the genres that I find absolutely enchanting After reading the synopsis for this book, I was ready to jump in What I found in the prose was a mixture of sheer magic, creativity, a bit of realism and an easy flow to the story The authors have done something fun with this.This story begins with a young boy, Tyler, who is alone and wishing for a friend Out of nowhere, one appears His name is Dirk He looks like a norm I am a huge fan of YA and Juvenile Fiction There is something special about the genres that I find absolutely enchanting After reading the synopsis for this book, I was ready to jump in What I found in the prose was a mixture of sheer magic, creativity, a bit of realism and an easy flow to the story The authors have done something fun with this.This story begins with a young boy, Tyler, who is alone and wishing for a friend Out of nowhere, one appears His name is Dirk He looks like a normal eleven year old except that he s a wizard and comes from another planet From there the story takes off and the reader is carried through many fast paced adventures This book touches upon several different important topics Sibling rivalry is one, bullying and popularity are others It even touches on incredibly difficult things such as death and dysfunction within the family unit Unfortunately these things are a part of a majority of kids lives, and I believe that readers will be able to relate to these things without feeling burdened by them as they read This book is light hearted and smoothly written It is a pleasing story packed full of adventure and humor The heavier stuff is present but not overwhelming in any way At the core of the tale is Tyler and his friendship with Dirk and what a friendship it is.The age level listed for this book is 6 15 I m the parent of two children and a long time homeschooler I have read a number of different series with each of my children and think that aappropriate age group for this particular one would be closer to 7 13 Perhaps this shouldn t be too great a discussion point, however I m a grown adult and found this story to be both entertaining and charming

  6. David Scott says:

    My Wizard Buddy by Scott Spotson is nothing short of awesome Imagine you asked the universe for a best friend, and it responded by sending you a magical kid from another planet that could do just about anything you wished for, and a few things you didn t That s what happened to eleven year old Tyler Duns He was feeling left out of conversations and friendships because his parents refused to let him have the games and technology that so many of his classmates were constantly playing and ta My Wizard Buddy by Scott Spotson is nothing short of awesome Imagine you asked the universe for a best friend, and it responded by sending you a magical kid from another planet that could do just about anything you wished for, and a few things you didn t That s what happened to eleven year old Tyler Duns He was feeling left out of conversations and friendships because his parents refused to let him have the games and technology that so many of his classmates were constantly playing and talking about When the very magical Dirk appears, decides to become his best friend, AND move into his house, the latest technology isn t needed anybecause Dirk can magically create things a thousand times better.The two boys get up to some typical pre teen hijinx but magically amplified, whether that s dealing with bullies in a hilariously magical ninja way, or playing Spiderman for real Sometimes Tyler finds it isn t so easy to have a magical friend, and other times his friendship serves him well and he can not only connect with other kids, but make genuine friendships from those connections as well.I really enjoyed this book because each page broughtcrazy antics, and there was no heavy handed moralizing about right and wrong In the end it was just two friends trying to work out a very unconventional friendship that workedoften than it failed.To any parents reading this review if you want your kids to read for fun, you ve got to find books that are fun to read This book fits that description perfectly

  7. James McCormick says:

    YA fantasy is easy to write but extremely difficult to write well and I m pleased to say that in My Wizard Buddy the authors Brian Wu and Scott Spotson deliver a first class tale perfectly tailored for their young audience Not only is the main character Tyler entirely believable, he is also very likeable, someone whose problems and insecurities we can understand The tale deals with many important issues such as self esteem, popularity, friendship and family dynamics, most notably sibling rival YA fantasy is easy to write but extremely difficult to write well and I m pleased to say that in My Wizard Buddy the authors Brian Wu and Scott Spotson deliver a first class tale perfectly tailored for their young audience Not only is the main character Tyler entirely believable, he is also very likeable, someone whose problems and insecurities we can understand The tale deals with many important issues such as self esteem, popularity, friendship and family dynamics, most notably sibling rivalry It also takes the idea of the invisible friend to a whole new realm.Taking place in a very normal, urban setting and on a small geographical scale the magic seems almost believable and we are able to witness the consequences of the magical Dirk s well intentioned efforts to help his new friend Two of my personal favourites were the reptilian horde who intrude into a paintball game and Dirk s very own role playing idea of Spiderman versus Doctor Octopus.A well thought out and perfectly paced work My Wizard Buddy avoids falling into clich s and indeed does away with any actual nemesis characters altogether Rather it very skilfully focuses on the main s character and the maturational process the arrival of his new friend catalyses.I read this with my ten year old daughter who loved it and now insists we read the second instalment The next one I notice takes place on Dirk s home world I can t wait to find out what happens

  8. Michael Thal says:

    Eleven year old Tyler Duns notices a puffy, marshmallow like cumulus cloud floating above his suburban neighborhood in Providence, Rhode Island as he s wishing for a best friend Then, out of nowhere appears a boy with black hair and an impish grin Tyler and Dirk immediately hit it off as if they ve known each other since kindergarten Thus begins My Wizard Buddy by the writing team of Brian Wu and Scott Spotson The 123 page fantasy novel is a perfect match for pre teen boys looking for Eleven year old Tyler Duns notices a puffy, marshmallow like cumulus cloud floating above his suburban neighborhood in Providence, Rhode Island as he s wishing for a best friend Then, out of nowhere appears a boy with black hair and an impish grin Tyler and Dirk immediately hit it off as if they ve known each other since kindergarten Thus begins My Wizard Buddy by the writing team of Brian Wu and Scott Spotson The 123 page fantasy novel is a perfect match for pre teen boys looking for a thrill ride as Tyler soon discovers Dirk is a wizard from a distant star offering Tyler an adventure he ll never forget Since Tyler is shy and doesn t have many friends, Dirk, under the cloak of invisibility, gets Ryan, the most popular boy in sixth grade, to actually visit Tyler s home Other adventures include threatening crocodile men, a paintball war, and an actual real life adventure with the amazing Spider man Warning Just keep a watch on your kid while he s reading this book so he comes up for air He won t be able to put this book down Michael Thal is the author of The Legend of Koolura

  9. Guillermo Serrano says:

    Living exciting adventures with my wizard friend My Wizard Budy is a juvenile fiction that tells the adventures of Tyler Duns, an eleven year old kid that has certain problems to socialize until his outer space alien wizard, Dirk, appears.Is then when the story gets very interesting Tyler and Dirk will be very busy almost all through the book and they will experience very nice and cool situations, with special attention to the paintball war, where some crocodile creatures gangsters enter in Living exciting adventures with my wizard friend My Wizard Budy is a juvenile fiction that tells the adventures of Tyler Duns, an eleven year old kid that has certain problems to socialize until his outer space alien wizard, Dirk, appears.Is then when the story gets very interesting Tyler and Dirk will be very busy almost all through the book and they will experience very nice and cool situations, with special attention to the paintball war, where some crocodile creatures gangsters enter in scene or when the Spider man story takes place They will even talk to the father of a popular student in the school, Ryan, who pasted away.Despite this book is written with a very optimistic and positive taste, there is also room for somemature topics such as the bullying and a family bereavement.After Reading My Wizard Budy, I decided to buy a copy for my nine year old nephew Carlos because I did know that he would love it Guess what happened My nephew was literally glued to the book forthan an hour until my sister told him that it was time to go to bed The book reminded me of a bit to the movie Jumanji and the Amulet series Totally recommended

  10. Simon Okill says:

    My Wizard Buddy My Wizard Buddy, 1 by Scott Spotson Brian W Wu is a must read children s paranormal adventure I could not put the book down and read it in one sitting it was that good 11 year old Tyler is a lonely boy, bullied by his older sister One day skulking he wishes he had a cool best friend Dirk appears and is the perfect choice, well the only choice Tyler soon discovers Dirk is a wizard from another planet Even cooler And even cooler is all the adventures they have as ever My Wizard Buddy My Wizard Buddy, 1 by Scott Spotson Brian W Wu is a must read children s paranormal adventure I could not put the book down and read it in one sitting it was that good 11 year old Tyler is a lonely boy, bullied by his older sister One day skulking he wishes he had a cool best friend Dirk appears and is the perfect choice, well the only choice Tyler soon discovers Dirk is a wizard from another planet Even cooler And even cooler is all the adventures they have as everything is so new to Dirk.There is plenty of room for fish out of water humour which is splashed across every chapter, cool adventures such as paintball, teasing his sister with an Ouija board and getting his revenge on school bullies But most of all this awesome book is about a child s need for a friend and acceptance Absolutely brilliant Scott A FIVE STAR children s adventure and very highly recommended

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