March Of The Vanderpants: A Branches Book (The Notebook Of Doom #12): Volume 12
  • March Of The Vanderpants: A Branches Book (The Notebook Of Doom #12): Volume 12
  • March Of The Vanderpants: A Branches Book (The Notebook Of Doom #12): Volume 12
ISBN: 1338034529
EAN13: 9781338034523
Language: English
Release Date: Jun 27, 2017
Pages: 96
Weight: 1.11 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Could Principal Vanderpants be the BOS-MONSTER?

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 book 12, the S.S.M.P. needs to track down the boss-monster and get their monster notebook back Alexander, Rip, and Nikki are keeping their eyes open for clues. Then Alexander spots Principal Vanderpants carrying a white bucket filled with spaghetti through that mysterious locked door on the 13th floor. Why is the principal acting so strangely? Could SHE be the boss-monster?

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The Notebook of Doom Series In Order - By Troy Cummings

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   7 Year Old Reads These
These books are great for children. My 7 year old loves the books and this one is book 12 and has not disappointed. We prefer physcial over ebooks, as there is nothiking like relaxing with reading a good book.
   Great Series of books
These are great reads for younger kids who want to read short chapters, nice illustrations, character development, plot development. Al is in good fun. Name-calling, but other than that rather clean.
I feel like it has pretty hard to find reading level appropriate books for my son, about which he gets excited. When I found these notebooks of Doom books, I knew I had a winner! He now has all but one in his collection. We started reading these together when he was in 1st grade, but then started reading them more on his own entering 2nd grade and is now entering 3rd and has been reading them 100% on his own for some time now. He connects with the characters and LOVES all the silly situations into which they get themselves into. I highly recommend '' these books.
   Fun book series for grades 2-4
My 9-year-old LOVES the notebook of the Doom series. She read this book 3 times. The last year she was behind in her reading level. I really think that finding books she loved to read helped her improve her reading skills. There are human characters, and boy and girl monsters. Very creatively written ''.
   Doom rocks!
All the notebooks of Doom books are a must read! My grandchildren loved them and inspired them to write their own journals!
   Kids can't wait for each new book!
My children love this series.
   Another great tale in the Notebook of Doom series
We love this series and seeing the characters developed is really fun. He is already excited for the next book, though we don 't know what it is or when it will come out!
   Six year old says "It is awesome!"
My four year old says, it is awesome! It's only awesome, yo! We have read all the books in this series and pre-ordered the next. This video is quite enjoyable!
   My 6 year old boy loves these books!
My six-year-old boy loves these books! He asked me : Do you know who my favorite author is? I answer Troy Cummings, and he says it with a big smile! He also read the first 15 or so of the Magic Tree House books and likes them, but gets much more excited to read the notebook of the Doom series. He started to write one of his own notebooks of doom books... So this has definitely encouraged him to be more creative. The monsters are not that horrible, but the books made him a little nervous, and it was a good conversation starter for how monsters are not real and what it means to be bravecourageous.
   Too Short
I waited a long time and then the book was short and never had a major battle. I am not a hater, please don 't think of me as a hater.|3| ||9BenDawg Reviews