Marion Takes a Break

Marion Takes a Break When an injury slows her down Marion counts on The Critter Club to help her realize what s most important From violin lessons to training for an upcoming horse competition Marion is scheduled to the

  • Title: Marion Takes a Break
  • Author: Callie Barkley Marsha Riti
  • ISBN: 9781442467743
  • Page: 276
  • Format: ebook
  • When an injury slows her down, Marion counts on The Critter Club to help her realize what s most important.From violin lessons to training for an upcoming horse competition, Marion is scheduled to the max Even though she always makes time for her duties at The Critter Club, she is beginning to feel overwhelmed But when an accident forces Marion to slow down, Marion relieWhen an injury slows her down, Marion counts on The Critter Club to help her realize what s most important.From violin lessons to training for an upcoming horse competition, Marion is scheduled to the max Even though she always makes time for her duties at The Critter Club, she is beginning to feel overwhelmed But when an accident forces Marion to slow down, Marion relies on her friends the two and four legged ones to cheer her up As Marion s ankle heals, she discovers a new talent and realizes that winning isn t everything.With easy to read language and illustrations on almost every page, The Critter Club chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

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    1. I really enjoyed reading this with Ellie. This is a sweet series and perfect for young readers transitioning to chapter books. It is predictable, but that reinforces comprehension skills.

    2. I've never been so happy to see a kid get injured. Seriously. Marion truly is overdoing it with all of her lessons and competitions and obligations. A badly sprained ankle is just what she needs to STOP for once and give the world around her a solid look.A lot of kids will relate to this story I think. It's definitely a modern trend to make kids as busy as possible it seems, and having too many directions to run in can be a difficult challenge for adults, much less children. Seeing how Marion co [...]

    3. Marion spends her days rushing from activity to activity -- and excelling in each one she attempts. But when she sprains her ankle, this self-sufficient girl has to rely on her friends for help, while also making peace with her new, less-hectic pace.As a character, Marion is fun and engaging, and the story itself is very accessible for young readers, with large type, short chapters, and plenty of lively illustrations. Many students in today's fast-paced culture will appreciate Marion's frustrati [...]

    4. It's a very awesome and cool story. I love the baby animals because it has kittens and rabbits. And it also teachers you a lesson for not rushing, and watching your step when you run to the car. Juju (6 years old)

    5. This book has a really great lesson for little ones that you do not need to be perfect to be accomplished. Enjoyed this book.

    6. This is a cute book about how things can go so wrong and yet even when you are stuck on the side lines, you can find things to do that is just as fun. I love how each book has a mini lesson in it.

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