A Woodland Wedding

A Woodland WeddingOwl Diaries, #3

By Rebecca Eliott


Miss Featherbottom is worried about the preparations for her wedding, so Eva and her friends create a club to help out. When Miss Featherbottom’s special necklace for that special day vanishes, the friends add detective to the title. Now The Secret Wedding Planners and Detective Club is on the case. Owl Diaries are perfect easy chapter books for young readers. The stories are written in short simple sentences and in a diary format. They are very colorfully illustrated and move the story along. Readers will love looking at them. The characters are cute, just charming and fun. The only thing that could throw very young readers off are the made up “owl” words such as “Owlifornia” (California), “Flaperrific” (Terrific) or “Owliverse” (Universe), but that is a small concern and can easily be remedied with help from someone older. All in all, Owl Diaries are wonderful for beginning readers and this book, A Woodland Wedding, is no exception. These books are very popular with the girls at my school.

Review by Renee Larsen, Hillside Elementary Media Center
Rating: ★★★★½ (4.5 stars)
Interest Level: Grades K-3

Author Website: http://www.rebeccaelliott.com/

Owl Diaries, #3
A Woodland Wedding
By Rebecca Eliott
Scholastic Inc.
68 pages
Release Date: January 5, 2016
A review copy was provided by the publisher.

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6 thoughts on “A Woodland Wedding”

  1. Vala'dee Tanner

    These are great early chapter books for kids who don’t want Junie B or Magic Treehouse. They’ve been very popular at Rosecrest, too.

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