Eva And The Lost Pony: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #8): Volume 8
ISBN: 1338163043
EAN13: 9781338163049
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 27, 2018
Pages: 80
Dimensions: 0.8" H x 7.9" L x 5.6" W
Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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A big storm is coming to Treetopolis

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 eighth book in this USA Today bestselling series, a big storm is coming to Treetopolis Eva and her classmates are also getting ready to take their very important Owl Oath -- a promise to protect the other animals in the forest by being brave and wise and kind. Eva needs to come up with a project that proves she is ready to take the oath. When the storm hits, Eva tries to help a lost pony. But it's so rainy and windy that she gets caught in the storm, too Will Eva be brave and wise and kind enough to save the day?

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   Daughters favorite
In lieu of a present, McCartney will give the youngster a set of matching toys. It was what she wanted, we read them together and they are wonderful little books!
   Cute series
My granddaughter, who is in first grade, has fallen in love with the books. In math, the test scores are good for first and second grade.
   Great book
We really liked the name 'flappy Owl' and the 'penguin' part, too. It was a lot of fun, said Kristen. Thanks for the support.
   Amazing book!
I liked this book because it tells you a lesson. I also like the pictures and the story behind it all, and how it ended up being done. It was such a cool experience, said Blair. Good job illustrator, said Gammerman.
   Teacher recommend
My daughter's teacher recommended this series because her daughter didn't want to stop reading picture books. These books allowed her to read at her level and still have the colorful images she loves, Melissa said.
   We just love these books for readers who are learning
The fifth and final book, "Eva Diaries and the Lost Pony," by Rebecca Elliott, is a fantastic edition to the series. It's a princess's world, full of lovable friends and forest adventures. The book will appeal to parents of all ages who want to learn about growing up and being part of a larger community.
   Great stories for young grade school children (7-11 years).
It's great to have her read the series of books. But she told the judge that she's "100 percent behind the show." She usually reads the remaining two books in under five days, saving time on the plane.
   Best experienced with a 6-7 year old narrator.
Recently, I was invited to listen to the epic retelling of this story by my daughter. The combination of new and familiar vocabulary, the colorful pictures and the inability of Miss Piggy to pronounce the word "oath" produced an enjoyable and memorable experience.
   My first graders and third grader all love reading these books
My 3rd grader absolutely loves reading them. It is a level 3 classroom, but she enjoys them, too.
   Great kids book
Thanks for the support!