Arthur and the Lost Diary c.3 (Chapter Book 9)

by Marc Tolon Brown

Paperback, 1998


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J Ar c.3



Little Brown and Company (1998)


When Arthur finds Sue Ellen's lost diary at the library, he wonders whether or not to read it before he returns it to her.

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LibraryThing member klc400
This book is a good transition book. It has pictures in it and also is divided into chapters. I think that children could learn to like chapter books by reading this kind of book.
LibraryThing member Kchiotti
This story is about how Sue Ellen loses her diary and the search for it. Some of her friends don't think it is an issue, until they start to think that they might be in the diary and how Sue Ellen really feels about them. The friends find it and ponder if they should return it or read it.
LibraryThing member JHamm
Arthur books are great for children who need an easy read. In this story Sue Ellen lost her diary and Arthur has to help his friend find it. It is a great and funny interactive story.
LibraryThing member crazy4reading
I just needed to read an easy book today. Cute story about a girl that looses her diary while at the library and she is afraid that someone will read it and all her secrets will be revealed.

When Arthur and her friends discover the diary is missing they all daydream about what she has written about
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them. They were interesting stories and you can see how when we are young we have wild imaginations. Some adults can still do that and I think I am one of them.
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7.4 inches


0316610046 / 9780316610049


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