Eva's Treetop Festival: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #1)
ISBN: 0545683629
EAN13: 9780545683623
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 6, 2015
Pages: 80
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 7.5" L x 5.2" W
Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

This adorable early chapter book series is perfect for young girls who love friendship stories starring animal characters

This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line called Branches, which is 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 Eva Wingdale gets in over her head when she offers to organize a spring festival at school. Even with her best friend Lucy's help, there is NO way she will get everything done in time. Will Eva have to ask Sue (a.k.a. Meanie McMeanerson) for help? Or will the festival have to be cancelled? This book is written as Eva's diary -- with Rebecca Elliott's owl-dorable full-color illustrations throughout

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   Colorful and fun book for young readers
This book is so good, I recommend it to anyone. So lovely and colorful, very appealing to my 7 year old and motivating to get her to do some summer reading, Mrs. Booher said. The book is a colorful, colorized collection of diary entries by Kline. A little confusing for my young reader, but once she understood the concept she was thrilled to try it!
 
5
   I was looking around to purchase a good book for my daughter of the age of 5 ...
I was looking for a good book for my daughter to read when she was 5 years old. I came across this book and saw the reviews. My two daughters, ages 3 and 5, were glued to the book and couldn't get enough. It catches their attention, perfect illustration and it's easy to read. I'm a huge fan of the show, and so are my girls. My sister saw it and ordered for my two nieces, she said. The book is awesome and I promise it is worth the purchase and time. I will be purchasing the other diaries for my girls.. I am so excited!!!!!!!!! It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
5
   They have very colorful illustrations which makes it more fun to read
My 8 year old LOVES the books. She has the first three in the series. They have very colorful illustrations which makes them more fun to read. Will not disappoint your child. This product was purchased personally from Amazon. com at the normal retail price. I am reviewing it solely because I want to share my experience with other potential customers, stated Jazmine.
 
5
   Great beginning to chapter books for little girls
My daughter's first book was a spiral bound t-shirt. She was 6 when I purchased the book. This was a good introduction to chapter books for her, Simon says. It was fun to book mark a book for the first time and revisit it daily, she said. It was a great read, said Blair.
 
5
   Great for Young Advanced Readers
The problem is that she needs chapter books for her reading but still wants pictures because she is only 6 years old. She also told the inquiry that she loves these books because they fit both her and Macmillan's bills of pay. Cute pictures of animals with advanced reading.
 
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   An Educator's View
This is a great series for beginning readers. The book is divided into manageable chunks for new readers. The story lines are fun and exciting, keeping readers engaged, Morgenthau said. I especially like that these books help to teach a lesson, because it's just too cute, Sandra. Eva thinks leading means doing everything herself. But she quickly becomes overwhelmed as she tries to absorb the information. When Eva finds herself in the position of having to ask her nemesis for help, she has no choice but to make do with what she has. She is afraid the other young owl will be mean to her. But she can't control how another owl reacts to her. But she can't ask for what she needs most from us - safety. A wonderful lesson, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of the University of Michigan's Center for Teaching and Learning.
 
5
   This book was perfect. I read it when it got here and ...
I have a new grand daughter! This book is great. I read it when it got here and I think it will be one of her favorites. Thanks for the support.
 
5
   My daughter liked it
My 6 year old daughter loved it. What appealed to her was that it had a lot of little illustrations, a not-overwhelming amount of text, and that kept her attention from one page to the next, said Blair.
 
3
   Not as expected
This was the first autobiographical book I've purchased and it wasn't written in a way I expected it to be. I purchased it to read to my 2yr old but she didn't enjoy it. Had I seen the book, I would not have purchased it, so am returning it.
 
5
   Cute book for younger readers
My 5 year old loved it and will probably read it again. This is a good chapter book for younger independent readers who can read chapter books but have younger interests such as cute animals and books with many colorful pictures.
 
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