The Science Fair is Freaky!

The Science Fair is Freaky 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

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  • Title: The Science Fair is Freaky!
  • Author: Jack Chabert Sam Ricks
  • ISBN: 9780545873680
  • Page: 148
  • 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 Eerie Elementary is having a science fair Sam, Antonio,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 Eerie Elementary is having a science fair Sam, Antonio, and Lucy are hard at work on their projects when they find a strange, old book Suddenly, the school comes alive The ground shakes, science projects explode, and the school gym turns into a giant volcano How will Sam and his friends fight hot lava And what is hidden in that strange, old book

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    1. I enjoyed this book because.I love Eerie Elementary books!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I also enjoyed this book because.I liked the part when Sam, Antonio, and Lucy defeated a volcano in Eerie Elementary.

    2. Originally reviewed for YA Books Central: yabookscentral/kidsficA quality, adventurous pick—ideal for reluctant young readers. This story abounds with mystery and action, along with the positive themes of research, responsibility, and teamwork. While this is actually #4 in the Eerie Elementary series, the book can adequately stand alone. Although, one continually gets the impression that Sam, Lucy, and Antonio have a long history of dealing with their “living” school and its supernaturally [...]

    3. "In addition to the decent story and writing, there's something about a school being evil and some children (one being a hall monitor) protecting others from it that is kind of deep. Profound or meaningful or something."Excerpt from Original Content.

    4. I've enjoyed all the Eerie Elem books leading up to this one but this one has a different feel to it and ends with on a note that gives the reader a sense that Sam, Antonio and Lucy aren't going to react to the haunted school anymore. They're going to respond to it and, maybe, even beat it at its own game. Good stuff.

    5. I was a little disappointed with this one. My kids seemed bored and distracted while we read this together. Nothing exciting really happened and the scene at the end felt too much like book one. I'm not sure if we will be continuing this series.

    6. And the story continues! Sam, Antonio and Lucy have their hands full with Eerie Elementary. At least now they may have found a way to stop the evil school forever.I think the science fair concept captures all the tiny stress kids this age feel. Very 😎

    7. I liked this book because I liked the part when the kids found out more secrets about Orson Eerie. I kind of liked this book because it was a little too scary.

    8. My thoughts – Sam, Antonio and Lucy are about to take part in the science fair. This is the first science fair that the school has hosted in seven years. It is said that something bad had happened then and now something bad seems to be happening now. The three children go to the library to find a book so that they can decide on what they want as their science fair project. It turns out that they end up finding a very special book and all three choose their projects from within the pages of t [...]

    9. This series is fantastic--I suspect that either its coming into its own, or the authors are deliberately drawing out the action for readers that are maturing as they progress through the series. In this book, the ever-foiled Ms. Grinker plans a Science Fair, in spite of What Happened Last Time. And sure enough, Sam, Lucy and Antonio are immediately plagued by mysterious occurrences around the school such as a random earthquake and library books being sucked off the shelf to fly around the room, [...]

    10. Another excellent entry in this series. My children liked this one best so far because it wasn't as scary as the first three, but had tons of action. a volcano! (The 6 y/o LOVED that.) Can't wait to see what happens next.

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