• Eva and Baby Mo: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #10), 10
  • Eva and Baby Mo: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #10), 10
  • Eva and Baby Mo: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #10), 10
  • Eva and Baby Mo: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #10), 10
ISBN: 1338298577
EAN13: 9781338298574
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 26, 2019
Pages: 80
Weight: 1.11 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Eva and Baby Mo: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #10), 10

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Eva owlsits for baby Mo, and it's a disaster

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 10th book of this USA Today bestselling series, Eva is excited to babysit her little brother, Mo. She and her friends prepare bug candy snacks, a puppet show, and a song to sing him to sleep. They are ready for ANYTHING But soon, Eva discovers that taking care of a little baby is a BIG job. Can she put baby Mo to sleep before Mom and Dad get home?

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   Amazing books, bad quality assurance
My daughter absolutely loves these books, but she came into my room this morning very disappointed because she finished reading chapter 5 and the pages skipped back to chapter 3. After chapter 5, the book skips to the very last page of 6 and then the rest of the book. I'm disappointed in the quality of this particular book. Update: I submitted our book for damage and Amazon sent me a new one free of charge.
 
5
   Owl Diaries encourage reading; they're my little girl's favorite series!
My daughters have loved the Owl Diaries books so much, and their friends have fallen in love with them too. Their daughter, Eva, turns 7 months old today. If you're looking for a good mix of colorful art that will attract the attention of a young girl and also help you read, Owl Diaries by Katherine Hepburn may be just what you're looking for. My daughter's kindergarten teacher said the whole thing is a blast.
 
5
   Love Owl Diaries!
My first grader absolutely loves the stories of the "Owls" and "Roosters." The book is short enough to not discourage readers young, yet challenging a little with new vocabulary. The plot makes her want to keep reading, even if it means giving up the ghost. I'd recommend them both to anyone.
 
5
   So funny and great for 1st grade
The book is a great introduction to the journal format. This book was originally intended for young readers, but now works well with adults as well. Plenty of pictures to help with understanding, Mr. Caramore said.
 
5
   Great Stories, Great Price
My daughter has all the books in this series and she absolutely loves them all. She will probably outgrow them soon but my 21 month old is already enjoying them because the pictures are so bright and she loves owls. The price of these books is great, Michael.
 
5
   Perfect starter chapter books
My daughter has been reading them since she was 6 and the series was her first chapter book. Gave her tons of confidence with reading and she absolutely loves the characters and stories. A great starter book with lots of pictures, each chapter short enough to fit in a book.
 
5
   Age appropriate for my 7 year old
My 7 year old LOVES the series. She was so happy to finally receive this book, since we had preordered it, she said. She hasn't found another series that she has devoured quite as quickly as these. She has a soft spot for the "owl" words, such as "flaptastic." There are a lot of early book series with not the greatest story lines or sibling rivalry, Raymond said. While there are some disagreements, I do think they play them out well and they don't use inappropriate name calling like I have seen in some other series. My daughter is 7 and attends school in the Baltimore area.
 
5
   My daughter loves this series!
My daughter absolutely loves the series and has read each book multiples times. The princess was anticipating this new one for months and kept asking when it would arrive. It was a smash hit, and we all knew it would be repeated. Both are books with beautiful illustrations and well-written stories. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
5
   Great addition to a great series
My daughter has a crush on Blair and I can't say enough about the babysitting episode. Like many parents, the Wingdales are looking for ways to live into their gifts while also raising a family. Though the series has aired on PBS, it continues to promote kindness and thoughtfulness in very meaningful contexts.
 
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