The Missing Magic: A Branches Book (Unicorn Diaries #7) (Paperback)
Sparklegrove Forest has lost its magic and it’s up to Bo to find it in this early chapter book from the USA Today bestselling author of Owl Diaries!
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This series is part of Scholastic'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!
In the seventh book in the USA Today bestselling Unicorn Diaries series, unicorn Bo Tinseltail is excited to attend the Big Festival of Magic, a celebration where creatures use their magic to entertain everyone. But when all the magic mysteriously goes missing, Bo and friends must find a way to return the magic to the forest. Can the unicorns save the day without being able to use any magic? With full-color artwork throughout and plenty of smiles, your young reader won't be able to put this book down!
About the Author
Rebecca Elliott has illustrated many children's books, including Kiss, Kiss Good Night. She wrote and illustrated the New York Times bestselling Owl Diaries series, the Unicorn Diaries series, Just Because, and Zoo Girl, which was nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal. She lives with her family in the countryside of Suffolk, England.
A USA Today bestselling series!
Praise for Bo's Magical New Friend (Unicorn Diaries #1):
"The format, familiar to readers of Elliott's Owl Diaries series, uses large print and speech bubbles to keep pages to a manageable amount of text. A surprisingly nuanced lesson set in confidence-building, easy-to-decode text." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Eva's Treetop Festival (Owl Diaries #1):
"Bright and colorful digital illustrations, large type, frequent speech bubbles and a familiar story make this accessible to emerging readers... This series promises to fill a niche 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 few pratfalls, and Eva's unflagging enthusiasm make for lively reading." -- Publishers Weekly
"The colorful, adorable illustrations will be irresistible to young readers. The simple text interspersed with speech bubble dialogue will engage beginning and intermediate readers alike. This appealing chapter book will be a nice addition to a library's young reader section." -- Library Media Connection