Reading Into Another World

When John’s mom Sarah Freeman takes a break from creating the worlds of her stories, one of the things she loves to do is visit the worlds of other stories. Here’s one that she really enjoyed.

What worlds do you like to visit in books? Tell us about your favorites. Do you do any storytelling of your own?

  1. I LOVE this book – since I am a child I dreaming about traveling through space and time!

    • Yes me too!!! I always loved movies and stories about time machines! I like to visit future worlds in books – and movies – like in Starship Enterprise or like the future world which is shown in the movie ‘The Last Mimzy’. Or worlds where people have super powers and use them to transform evil.

  2. Yes defentitely I love the book too. Its so great for Kids and Adults to see it gives magical powers outside our current image like the Twenty Two and how wunderful it is to have theese magical and invaluable helpers every second in our life.I love Herr Kaiser and his meeting with Julia and the conversation in the car.

  3. Yes I love this book too.It’s so great for Kids and Adults and everyone to see it gives magical powers like the Twenty Two and how wonderful it is to have these magical friends.I love for example Herrn Kaiser and the relationsship between Julia and him and his kindful and empathetic character.


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About The Journeys of John and Julia

Secretly guided by a magical collective of superbeings called The Twenty-Two, a pair of teens crack open the door to another reality—and unwittingly awaken the sleeping beast of their nemesis-to-be, the beyond evil Niem Vidalgo Oten.

Parents, Teachers and Librarians

Perfect for children age 10 and up, for teens, and for adults of all ages. There is no violence in this book, and there are many profound life lessons for kids, adults, and parents.

Notes From The Twenty-Two