Eva and the New Owl

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Eva and the New Owl

Eva and the New Owl Pick a book Grow a Reader This series is part of s early chapter book line Branches aimed at newly independent readers With easy to read text high interest content fast paced plots and illustratio

  • Title: Eva and the New Owl
  • Author: Rebecca Elliott
  • ISBN: 9780545825597
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pick a book Grow a Reader This series is part of 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 4, a new owl named Hailey starts in Eva s claPick a book Grow a Reader This series is part of 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 4, a new owl named Hailey starts in Eva s class at school Eva is always happy to meet new people, and she s excited to make a new friend But the new owl befriends Lucy instead of her So Eva gets jealous Lucy is Eva s best friend Will Eva lose her best friend Or can Eva and Lucy BOTH make a new friend

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    1. Ms. Yingling on said:

      The artwork in this book is absolutely adorable, and there are lots of small pictures of Eva's school mates, her own artwork, lists she makes, etc. The colors are bold and trendy, and the collage style owls deserve to be hung on walls as decorations! I appreciated the fact that while Eva considers one of her classmates, Sue, a "Meany McMeanerson", she acknowledges that some days Sue is nice, and most of the characters are very polite and kind to each other. Most of the drama is a result of misun [...]

    2. Zack Brady on said:

      i liked it because they got to go to the movies and i like electronics. And I also liked it and felt sad for Eva cause she didn't get to be friends with the New Owl much. But at least she got to talk to her. And she was kinda nice to her. And she gave her a necklace. And she gave her a guide about Wingtropolis. And it was nice.

    3. Becky on said:

      Eva and the New Owl is the fourth book in Rebecca Elliott's Owl Diaries series. If you've read any of the previous books in the series, you know what to expect from this one. If you're unfamiliar with the previous books, you could probably pick up any book in the series and catch up. Eva, the heroine, is an owl who keeps a diary. She has strong opinions, and, is thoroughly likable. Puns abound as do illustrations. The illustrations and puns may both be on the cutesy style. But there is something [...]

    4. Noor Alaoua on said:

      I felt so sad because Eva was about to lose her old best friend because her friend made a new friend

    5. Holly Letson on said:

      Never overlook your "old" friends when trying to make "new" friends.

    6. zapkode on said:

      My thoughts – I enjoyed the nice little lesson in this book. Eva learns that their class is getting a new classmate. She decides to put all her time and energy in trying to win the new classmates friendship. However, in doing so, she starts ignoring her best-friend Lucy.It turns out that the new classmate and Lucy end up becoming friends and Eva starts to feel left out. However, Eva had caused Lucy to feel left out when she was planning everything for the new classmate.In the end they all en [...]

    7. Christina on said:

      3.5 stars. Book #3 for my niece. This is #4 in a series, but works fine as a standalone. Colorful, modern illustrations of owls are appealing. I think the diary format will work well for an early reader (1st-2nd grade). There's a mix of standalone sentences and short paragraphs, interspersed with illustrations. The characters didn't seem particularly distinct in terms of personality and I found it hard to distinguish between them visually, though through reading the series or over multiple readi [...]

    8. Riley on said:

      Owl Diaries: Eva and the New Owl Elliott, R. (2016). Owl Diaries: Eva and the New Owl. .A new owl will be in Eva’s class. Her name is Hailey. Eva is excited to meet Hailey and becomeher friend. But, Hailey becomes friends with Lucy, Eva’s best friend. This makes Eva a bitjealous. What should Eva do? Can her and Lucy both make a new friend? 2nd Grade Discussion Questions: 1. What would your perfect job be for the Owl Times and why? 2. Do you agree with the advice Eva’s Mom give Eva about fr [...]

    9. Rusty on said:

      Great artwork and easy for the youngest to read. The story line is interesting, too. This was a book I ordered on a book swap network for a holiday gift for a young family member. However, it arrived in January. Nevertheless this book is a nice choice for a beginning reader.

    10. Rachel on said:

      CuteThis is a really cute story and compliments the series nicely. Great for beginning chapter book readers. The illustrations are fun and colorful.

    11. Jnase1 on said:

      Sweet story of making new friends, but keeping the old. Reminded me of my Girl Scout days.

    12. Pinky on said:

      Hard lesson learned: don't ignore the best owl you have in order to win the friendship of the new owl in town. So many hurt feelings. But all is resolved by the end.

    13. Lynn on said:

      Yes. I am absolutely cheating to get my reading challenge completed.The art was super cute.

    14. Jackie on said:

      Cute early chapter book about owls, best friends, jealously, and finding a way to get along. Colorful, playful illustrations add to these wildly popular books for beginning readers.

    15. Trudi on said:

      The owl diaries are so cute and teach a lesson. This one introduces a new girl and Eva and her best friend get into a fight over the new girl. All is resolved in the end.My daughter and I enjoy the stories and the cute illustrations.

    16. Amanda on said:

      My daughter was so excited to have started and finished this one in the same day- first time on a chapter book for her. It was a good story about how a new friend need not outseat an old one with all the cute illustrations and fun details that make this an adorable series for little girls.

    17. Lisa Houston on said:

      Cute, cute, cute little book about friendships with girls. Graphic novel appeal and it would best be suited for upper first grade-third grade.

    18. Sally on said:

      Maggie. Age 8, liked the part when Eva actually wins the painting a forest contest.

    19. Jennifer Wolf on said:

      Maidie: It was sad when Eva wanted the new owl to sit by her in class but she sat by Lucy instead.

    20. Heather Jo on said:

      megan summer reading 2016, children's book, chapter book, series, owl diaries, friendship, new friends, old friends, read aloud, scholastic branches, first grade, second grade, third grade

    21. Cmeiss330 on said:

      I absolutely adore this series and the newest book does not disappoint.

    22. Steph on said:

      Just darling, like the rest in the series. This one focuses on friendship and sends a great message! :)

    23. Kelly Carey on said:

      Early readers enjoy these books because of their colorful illustrations, simple plots, and limited text.

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