Parents' Guide to

The Good Witch's Wonder

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Cassie's ongoing tale promotes responsibility, forgiveness.

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Cassie's journey from a new business proprietor in Middleton to an established resident, wife, and mother has taken seven full-length movies to tell, but you won't hear fans complaining about her longevity. Each installment weaves an engrossing new story about the main characters as their lives evolve and new acquaintances come and go. The Good Witch's Wonder marks the notable debut of Cassie and Jake's young daughter, Grace, an insightful youngster with some special powers that often stump those around her, much like her mom's do.

It's difficult to find movies or series that bridge the sibling gap, let alone those that speak to both kids and parents. The Good Witch's Wonder probably won't appeal to the youngest kids, but those old enough to follow the storyline and glean some of its messages about honesty and forgiveness will find a lot to like in this heartwarming tale. As in the previous installments, the movie has fun with Cassie's mysterious powers, which are often explained as magic but more often than not relate to simple human intuition and empathy, giving families even more reason to like what the show has to say.

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