The Art Show Attacks!: A Branches Book (Eerie Elementary #9), 9
  • The Art Show Attacks!: A Branches Book (Eerie Elementary #9), 9
  • The Art Show Attacks!: A Branches Book (Eerie Elementary #9), 9
ISBN: 1338181971
EAN13: 9781338181975
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 30, 2018
Pages: 96
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

New York Times bestselling author Jack Chabert knows how to keep young readers on the edge of their seats

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 ninth book of this spooky series, Eerie Elementary is having an art show. Sam is working on his project for the show when suddenly the clay he's working with comes ALIVE Then Sam and his friends start seeing signs of mad scientist Orson Eerie everywhere. First Orson's face mysteriously appears on a painting, then he leads them to a new, secret room in the school. What is Orson up to this time? Is he trying to spread his creepy power outside school grounds yet again? Sam and his friends need to act FAST

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5
   Great books
Chapter books for beginners are great. He read through them quickly and was ready in no time for another series of chapter books.
 
5
   Eerie Elementary Series # 1-10
The Eerie Elementary series is fantastic for 1-3 grade students. For these young readers they are funny, exciting and interesting stories. It helps to develop comprehension and build up a large vocabulary. EXCELLENT illustrations to complement the wonderful narrative! A+ to both the author and the illustrator!
 
5
   Best books for kids who hate reading!
My son is 9 and in 3rd grade and hates reading, but LOVES this series! These are definitely some of the only books we have found, which he enjoys! One of the first times he read one, he said, WHAT?! '' I've been reading for 20 minutes?! It only felt like 5! Thank goodness! '' I feel like they would be suitable for all children, especially those needing a slower transition to chapter books, but they are chapter books, but have a picture every 2-3 pages, which my son loves! Great for 2nd and 3rd graders... or a higher 1st grade reader!
 
5
   Good Series
Every time a new one comes, he begs me to buy it. He is in the 5th grade and loves to read. He has been reading these books since the 2nd grade. He likes the series and continues to read it, though at his age it is probably too simple for him. When he gets a book, he will read it in his room and go within a few hours. My younger son is in the 4th grade and likes the series as well, he just doesn 't read as much as his brother.
 
5
   Daughter loves every book in this series!
We always find the release date of the next in the series and look it the day it comes out. Thank you for writing such an imaginative series!
 
5
   This series is getting good
My son loves this elementary school story, and i told him that there is another book in the works, and he finished it in a hurry. Ask when and now he can 't wait for it. Hope this book continues to be better.
 
5
   Bad ghost, fun, scary - great book
A cool book for 1-3 or maybe 2-4 students. There is a reason why this series is so popular : Kids like the action, the crazy words, it's corny, it's incredible and it is a page-turner. You keep wondering how are they going to beat this crazy ghost who seems to be able to foil every plan that the kids come up with. And the kids are also wondering during the very few moments when they are not busy trying to defend themselves. The Heroes are a group of two boys and one girl. They’re pals, they’re smart and they’re plucky. If you want to enjoy reading with your children, this is perfect. And thanks to the illustrator Loveridge there are funny pictures on every page.
 
5
   Very Good
I love this series just ''. I would recommend this for 6+ children! So good :
 
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