We will definitely be looking for these fun-sounding books on our next trip to the library.
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Finding great ways to strengthen their vocab is always apprecated. Marti, Thank your son for me for his recommendation! Hilarious books are super fun to read. Yocheved, More than a few have posted here that they found at least some of the books in this series at their local library. So, it depends on the library. I teach special education in a resource room. This past year, 3 of my female readers discovered the Mercy Watson books and they love them! I was a little concerned with the high vocabulary, but while many of the words were new to them, they remained undaunted and kept picking up the books.
These books look really cute. I think both my children will love them. Even though my oldest can read she still enjoys listening when I read to her little brother.
Sometimes she reads to him. Win win. I LOVE this! I have never heard of this series before but the stories sound so engaging and they sound like really well written stories that I can share with my children without worrying about the content. I also love the illustrations shown above.
They are above. I am very excited to get this series for my children!! Thank you for sharing this!! I think you and your children will love this series. We read Mercy Watson to the Rescue, and my three year old made me read the whole thing in one setting! I love the mix of chapters and pictures.
Wow, Rebekah! Mercy Watson looks really cute!
I like to keep my eye out for books like this as I have 7 kids who are voracious readers! Thanks Christy. This series will definitely be making its way into our personal library! New books to discover! And some awesome new vocabulary too for me and the kids! Thank you for that introduction! Maybe you could speak with someone at your library, Emily, and request they purchase it. I have found most libraries are receptive to patron recommendations. Elizabeth, The Mercy Watson books are on a lower reading level than The Tale of Despereaux , but since your son like the one, I think he like the other too!
Thank you for the fantastic book ideas! I am always looking for great books for my kiddos to read. These sound like they are going to be really fun reads. My 5 year old son loved these books. He also liked the Tales from Deckawoo Drive books. Deckawoo Drive is the street Mercy Watson lives on. Heidi, Thank you for pointing out that there is also a spin-off series, Tales from Deckawoo Drive! That will keep the fun going that much longer! This looks like a great series!
I love the illustrations of Chris Van Dusen. Thank you All About Learning for all your helpful tips and instructions to all who need it and are accessible to everyone! This looks like such a cute series! These look great! I think my daughter will love it!
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My children are always looking for new and exciting book series to read. We will have to check it out soon! My 7 year old loved these. I will look into the authors other books as well. The illustrator has a book called Circus Ship that was a fun, read over and over again type of picture book that i would recommend too. This looks like a fun series to share with my child.
Thank you for the reviews. They are helpful. We have went through all the levels of All About Reading and my son has loved them all. It was definitely a successful program for us. The support for any questions I had was phenomenal and they took the time to help when I needed them. We have not had a chance to read Mercy Watson but look forward to doing it.abinaxce.cf
Aww, thank you, Melissa! Mercy Watson is such fun for kids to read! Thanks for developing these programs they have been so helpful with my children! What a cute story. I will borrow the rest of her books at the library. Thank you. We love Mercy. I always love finding out about new great series! We stopped in the library today and just looked around, but I like it so much better when we can check out books that I am already confident in the quality.
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Thank you for this post and the library list. You are welcome, Sarah.
It is always nice to have a recommendation before trying out a new series or author. I bought this series as a set last year, when my boys were ages 8 and 4. They love the books and continue to ask me to read them as read alouds. Reading the series prompted us to find other books by Kate DiCamillo and we have never been disappointed! I highly recommend the Mercy Watson books! We LOVE this book series! The funny mishaps and lovable characters have kept my kids begging to read more!
I always read the first one as a read aloud, and that prompts many of students to read the rest on their own! Thank you! My daughter can be a reluctant reader sometimes — the story line has to be more enticing than playing outside : But she really likes the Mercy Watson books.
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