Owl Diaries by Rebecca Elliott: short chapter book read online

 Owl Diaries by Rebecca Elliott: short chapter book read online 

owl diaries age level

Young children who are just able to move beyond "beginning readers" need short chapter books with big appeal. These readers, often in 2nd grade, are still developing their reading stamina. Our students are loving Owl Diaries, a replacement series with big kid appeal.


Eva's Treetop Festival

Eva Sees a Ghost

Owl Diaries series

by Rebecca Elliott

Scholastic, 2015

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ages 6-8

When Eva gets a diary, she is sooo excited. She is so happy to inform all about her life at college , her ally Lucy. Eva may be a cheerful Athene noctua , who acts and talks a bit like a bubbly little 7 year old girl. Eva begins by introducing herself, and this helps young readers build a way of her world. Every page has drawings and just one or two short paragraphs.


"Hello Diary, My name is Eva Wingdale."

Eva is usually filled with ideas and enthusiastically pursues them. within the first book, she decides that her school should have a spring festival and undertakes planning it all by herself. within the second story, she's sure that she sees a ghost but is frustrated when nobody will believe her. In both stories, Eva works to create her friendships and figure things call at a satisfying way.


"My absolute best friend within the whole owliverse is Lucy Beakman."

Rebecca Elliot's charming artwork is certainly the highlight. Eva and her friends have big, expressive eyes. the colours job my memory of just the kinds of garments that numerous kids pick on their own. The text is straightforward to read, a touch on the overly cute side, but appropriate for the audience. 


The perfect audience for this short chapter book are kids who have moved beyond Henry and Mudge, but aren't quite ready for the Magic Treehouse or the Rainbow Fairy books.


USA Today bestselling series!


Praise for Eva's Treetop Festival (Owl Diaries #1):


"Bright and colorful digital illustrations, large type, frequent speech bubbles and a well-known story make this accessible to emerging readers... This series promises to fill a distinct segment for [new readers]. Keep flapping, Eva!" -- Kirkus Reviews


"Appealing visuals (the text and art are set against the lined pages of Eva's diary), punny dialogue, a couple of pratfalls, and Eva's unflagging enthusiasm bring lively reading." -- Publishers Weekly


"The colorful, adorable illustrations are going to be irresistible to young readers. the straightforward text interspersed with speech bubble dialogue will engage beginning and intermediate readers alike. This appealing chapter book are going to be a pleasant addition to a library's young reader section." -- Library Media Connection


USA Today bestselling series!


Praise for Eva's Treetop Festival (Owl Diaries #1):


"Bright and colorful digital illustrations, large type, frequent speech bubbles and a well-known story make this accessible to emerging readers... This series promises to fill a distinct segment for [new readers]. Keep flapping, Eva!" -- Kirkus Reviews


"Appealing visuals (the text and art are set against the lined pages of Eva's diary), punny dialogue, a couple of pratfalls, and Eva's unflagging enthusiasm bring lively reading." -- Publishers Weekly


"The colorful, adorable illustrations are going to be irresistible to young readers. the straightforward text interspersed with speech bubble dialogue will engage beginning and intermediate readers alike. This appealing chapter book are going to be a pleasant addition to a library's young reader section." -- Library Media Connection

owl diaries age level
owl diaries age level


About the Author

Rebecca Elliott has illustrated many children's books, including Kiss, Kiss farewell . She wrote and illustrated the USA Today bestselling Owl Diaries and Unicorn Diaries series, simply because , and Zoo Girl, which was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal. She lives together with her family within the countryside of Suffolk, England. 

Rebecca Elliott has illustrated many children's books, including Kiss, Kiss farewell . She wrote and illustrated the USA Today bestselling Owl Diaries and Unicorn Diaries series, simply because , and Zoo Girl, which was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal. She lives together with her family within the countryside of Suffolk, England


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