Bo and the Merbaby: A Branches Book
ISBN: 1338745557
EAN13: 9781338745559
Language: English
Release Date: Aug 3, 2021
Pages: 80
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

Bo and the Merbaby: A Branches Book

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Book Overview

Bo helps a mermaid in this magical early chapter book from the USA Today bestselling author of Owl Diaries

Pick a book. Grow a Reader This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line, Branches, aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow In the fifth book of USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Elliott's Unicorn Diaries series, unicorn Bo and friends set out to help merbaby Flo, who was born unable to swim on her own. On their journey to find legendary demigod, The Golden Fish, to help them help Flo, they meet a friendly werewolf and learn some cool new water tricks At the end of the day, they learn that merbaby Flo is perfect just the way she is. With full-color artwork throughout and plenty of smiles, your young reader won't be able to put this book down

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   Great for beginning chapter book readers.
My students and granddaughters absolutely love the series. It helps in keeping them reading since they want to know what happens next.
   Daughter loves the books
My daughter has devoured all the books, and I have no regrets. She also loves the comic book style reading and she has to figure out all his problems that he has to figure out in every book. The original "Star Wars" artwork was originally created by British artist Paul Smith, who died in 1973. Both are good kids in the 2nd-3rd grade range of reading.
   My reluctant reader loves it
This is a great series for readers new to the trade. Myyo can read fairly well, but she doesn't enjoy it. Really cute stories, well made, and fun, too.
   We love this series
We really love this series and were thrilled to find the book. I actually enjoy them more than the Owl Diaries. My 6 year old twins are really into this series right now and I'm hoping as they start to read on their own more, that they'll eventually be able to read books that they can read on their own!
   Great series of books
She has read all the Owl Diaries books and is now into the Unicorn Diaries. Although it's a relatively quick read, Ms. Bair said it was mostly a children's book.
   Another favorite in the series
My 5 year old daughter absolutely loves all the books. I started reading them when I was 4. This one is certainly another favorite. She also really likes the Owl Diaries series by the same author.
   My daughter loves the series and this book is no exception
It's summer break. This book just arrived today and my daughter has already read it cover to cover and told me all about it. She got the first book for Christmas and has since read them all and is waiting for the day the second one comes out. I give it five stars for holding her attention, she gives it three because she wants more to read.
   A long recap
The fifth book in the series, "Unicorn Diaries Bo and the Merbaby," by Rebecca Elliott, is a recap of the other books in this series. After the long recap, you can read a new story about Bo in Sparklegrove Forest. In "Finding Nemo," Bo and the class go on a treasure hunt, and help the Mermaids find Nemo.
   So cute & great message
My girls absolutely love Rebecca Elliott and we pre-ordered this because we were planning a holiday. When we read it for the first time, I was moved to tears reading about the merbaby who was born with only one fin. Instead of offering solutions to fix someone different, the unicorns learn that the best help they can offer is to treat her with love and find ways to support her mom. My daughter was born different and upon doing some research, I discovered that her great-grandmother, Rebecca, was also Italian.