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Emoji Adventures Volume 1: The Horse Party By P.T. Evans,

  • Title: Emoji Adventures Volume 1: The Horse Party
  • Author: P.T. Evans
  • ISBN: 9780692651025
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • GET READY FOR EMOJI ADVENTURES Follow Annie Emoji, her devilish brother, Kevin, and her BFF s Dot and Billy as they maneuver their way through life in a land of emojis In Book 1, Annie desperately wants to get invited to the popular kids party but will she be one of the lucky ones to get an invitation Fun Emoji Illustrations Picture on Every Page New Titles Soon GreatGET READY FOR EMOJI ADVENTURES Follow Annie Emoji, her devilish brother, Kevin, and her BFF s Dot and Billy as they maneuver their way through life in a land of emojis In Book 1, Annie desperately wants to get invited to the popular kids party but will she be one of the lucky ones to get an invitation Fun Emoji Illustrations Picture on Every Page New Titles Soon Great for Reluctant Readers A fun book for reluctant and experienced readers with a recommended reading level of ages 7 11 and grades 2nd 5th.
    Emoji Adventures Volume The Horse Party GET READY FOR EMOJI ADVENTURES Follow Annie Emoji her devilish brother Kevin and her BFF s Dot and Billy as they maneuver their way through life in a land of emojis In Book Annie desperately wan

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    1. This was sooo fun and so interesting at the same time Emojis are so popular right now that I think it was great to put them into a book this way, kids will be attracted to read Emoji Adventures follows Annie, a wide smile smoji, who wants to hang out with the popular kids in town To do that, she designs a plan with her best friends However, things don t go the way she expects it and her friendship with Dot and Billy is at risk This book was so easy to read and very well written I read it with m [...]

    2. I knew there was a reason I really liked Annie I read book five In that book is where I first met Annie, her family, and her best friends At that time I instantly fell in love with Annie for she and I shared a love of unicorns Yet, I find out in this first book in this series that Annie is a horse lover fan as well I should have suspected We are kindred souls It was great to get to know everyone from the beginning Annie s father and his wacky ideas Yet, when you hear about his latest one, he doe [...]

    3. My 10 year old son 5th grader and my 12 year old daughter 7th grader both absolutely loved this book It happens to be a very different book concept than most that are geared to that age group and it s about a topic that appeals to them aka emojis and texting lol The lessons taught in the book are to stay true to your friends, be yourself and don t change to become popular The story plot is simple and fun and deals with a group of middle schoolers who have emojis for faces One character, Billy i [...]

    4. Montage Publishing via Booktasters provided a copy of the eBook in exchange for an honest review.Emoji Adventures Volume 1 The Horse Party is a delightful read for the junior or reluctant reader Annie Emoji, her family and her friends take the reader on her personal journey She is determined to attend the party of the popular girl in her class but at what cost Important issues are presented including but not limited to fitting in, sibling rivalry, friendship, making choices and consequences.The [...]

    5. A slice of life in EmojivilleI am not fond of emoji so the illustrations by Jake Tashjian were difficult for me to enjoy at first, even though they did compliment the story perfectly However, any middle school student will instantly identify with the characters and events in this story PT Evans has taken some silly icons many people use daily with little thought and turned them into a town full of people with interesting stories This is a good read for any kid over the age of eight or any adult [...]

    6. This is an interesting book I found it to be a good combination of the technological emojis and an elementary level reader It is easy to read and I think the common story of a girl who leaves her friends for the popular kids only to discover her original friends are better is a good message The combination of pictures and words is a good decision by PT Evens The author clearly understands the trend with students having pictures within novels I cannot see this book going beyond upper elementary s [...]

    7. This book about Emojies I found to be interesting The story was unique and gave a fictional understanding of how they think and act according to the type of Emoji they are The book seems written for elementary school aged children A child too young won t understand it Still I think it would attract readers and be entertaining and cute I rated it based on whether a child would like it and I think they would and maybe spur them on to create other stories after they read it with their friends.

    8. I won this book in a drawing.Emoji sploitation This book is a fairly innocuous childrens book about the pitfalls of striving for popularity It s like hundreds of other books in that regard.What makes it different are that the characters are emojis or, rather children with emoji heads, almost an update of the old Egyptian gods In some way the characters take on the attributes projected to their heads images It gives an interesting vibe to an otherwise cliched story.

    9. My 10 and 11 year old children really enjoyed the book It was a very quick read It was about a girl who wanted to be invited to the party of the year , but was not Her brother got invited which made her upset Again, this is a quick read This book is geared towards children, so I couldn t get into the book at all.

    10. Wow my son was so excited about this book He read it in one night He can t wait for stories A sample of this product was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest unbiased review There were no promises made for a positive review Jena and son JR

    11. I m not sure what age range this was aimed at, but it s a short, simple, cute little book that my son enjoyed Received from a giveaway look forward to reading it again with the kiddos.

    12. I was expecting a better writing or at least some attractive design It looks like everything was done and written in a big hurry, without too much inspiration

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