Her parents gave her the diary as a present when her painting of her chihuahua, Evie, won the 'most lifelike' award at the school art fair.
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The book is charmingly decorated with doodles and diagrams and is a very fun read. Aug 25, Holly Letson rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley , series-challenge Set in the diary format, I believe this book will be easy for young readers to relate to. Elementary school students will be delighted by the adventures of Coco and her friends in the Lotus Lane Girls Club as they come to know one another better by selling cupcakes to help save the snails. My one problem with this book was that it seemed that they were not allowing Mika into the LLGC, even after they seem Set in the diary format, I believe this book will be easy for young readers to relate to.
My one problem with this book was that it seemed that they were not allowing Mika into the LLGC, even after they seemed to have become friends with her. I would gladly read more of this series. All opinions expressed here are my own.
View 2 comments. May 16, Barbara rated it it was ok Shelves: animals , families , friendship , gardens , green-books , school.
Intended for early readers, this second title in the Lotus Lane series focuses on Coco who loves animals and cooking. Together with her two friends, Kiki and Lulu, she has formed the Lotus Lane Girls Club, around which their week's activities swirl. Coco decides that they need to raise money to create a garden where snails can thrive, and they decide to bake cupcakes. But a silly superstition about black cats causes problems, and they almost miss the chance to get to know new girl Mika because o Intended for early readers, this second title in the Lotus Lane series focuses on Coco who loves animals and cooking.
But a silly superstition about black cats causes problems, and they almost miss the chance to get to know new girl Mika because of Lulu's uncertainty about her. The story itself is sweet and fairly predictable, but readers will like the fact that these girls are interested in making the world a better place instead of just painting their fingernails. The girls of Lotus Lane are back for another round of friendship, fashion and of course, cupcakes! Coco has a cause and she wants her friends to help. She writes all of her thoughts in her diary just like her friend Kiki.
Of course the best way to do anything is with lots of cupcakes.
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The biggest question is will they let Mika help or will they continue to shun her and treat her like an outsider? It sure is fun to get to know these cute girls and especially fun in this book was to hear a bit of The girls of Lotus Lane are back for another round of friendship, fashion and of course, cupcakes! It sure is fun to get to know these cute girls and especially fun in this book was to hear a bit of their family histories. This is a perfect choice for young girls just entering the world of chapter books! This early reader book series is a wonderful way to get you g readers girls to get excited about reading.
The illustrations help the story flow and the fast paced action keeps the young reader's attention. I love the playful illustrations and the lessons of kindles,and generosity that are also a,part,of these fun, funky early reader books. I would buy these myself and holy recommend this one. It is all about friends and many of the things girls are made of.. I received a complementary copy of t This early reader book series is a wonderful way to get you g readers girls to get excited about reading.
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Coco: My Delicious Life (A Branches Book: Lotus Lane #2)
Jul 05, Carrie rated it really liked it Shelves: j-fiction , diary , realistic-fiction. Coco is a cute book. Written in diary format with black and white, small illustrations, it does a great job conveying the thoughts and interests of a young girl. Coco is definitely a girlie girl! I enjoyed this sweet book and think many early readers will as well. View 1 comment. May 31, hhertzof rated it really liked it. Fluffy and sweet. Oct 10, Megan rated it really liked it. Great beginning chapter book for girly girls. Jun 15, Nella rated it liked it Shelves: children-s.
Illustrated chapter book aimed at early reader market - young girl and her best friends learn to include another girl into their group. Australian author but feels like a US sitcom for kids. Feb 15, Rebecca Wilson rated it it was amazing Shelves: friendship-text-set-grade Opening: This week we are going to read a chapter book from our class library. The book is written like a journal or diary about a girl named Coco. In this book her and her friends are working together, but there is a new girl they don't know much about.
Have you ever met someone you didn't know before? Is there anyone in this class you didn't meet before first grade? Do you think you can be friends with new people? What about with more than one person? Let's read to find out how Coco and her fr Opening: This week we are going to read a chapter book from our class library.
Coco: My Delicious Life (a Branches Book: Lotus Lane #2)
Let's read to find out how Coco and her friends treat the new girl and how they work together to solve their problems. Opening Moves: Prompt brief sharing of personal experiences related to the topic or theme. Foreshadow the problem of a story. Lay the groundwork of for children's understanding of diverse settings and people. Rationale: This book can be used at the beginning of the year to help create community. Each year there are new students and it can be difficult to make new friends.
This book will help the students to see that including others can be a positive thing and that being nice to new people can make new friends. This is also a book that higher level students can read. There are always a few first graders that can read chapter books; which is amazing, and it can be hard to find age appropriate chapter books and this book fits the bill! School Library Journal. Jul 26, Julie Esanu rated it liked it Shelves: friendship , realistic-fiction , beginning-chapter-book , elementary-school , environment. This book will definitely be appealing for readers, especially second and third grade girls, who are ready to transition to chapter books.
Written in diary form, this quick read includes illustrations, definitions, and a cupcake recipe and manages to sneak in some math in an eco-friendly theme. Jul 19, Lynn rated it really liked it.
I actually enjoyed Coco a little more than Kiki. These are great books for emerging readers. My daughter feels very grown up reading these chapter books.
She is able to read them rather quickly, which gives her confidence. Feb 11, Katie rated it liked it Shelves: intermediate-chapter-2nd-4th-grade. Full of pictures and friendship fluff. Just right for an emerging reader. Cupcakes and saving snails are the order of the day. All just right for a 2nd or 3rd grade reader.
Dec 15, Cathy rated it really liked it. Continued adventures of the Lotus Lane group, super sweet and full of!!! The artwork and diary format will draw readers in. Nov 24, Sissy added it. It sounds really cool and fun. People in my class won't think it is interesting, but I like these sorts of books.
This is the 2nd book in the series. This will appeal to girls beginning to read chapter books. May 09, Lilly Maggs rated it it was amazing.