Trouble at School for Marvin & JamesThe Masterpiece Adventures (Volume 3)
Elise Broach; illustrations by Kelly Murphy
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On Sale: 06/12/2018
ISBN: 9781250183385112 Pages, Ages 6-9
In the new Masterpiece Adventure Trouble at School for Marvin & James, the third in a series for younger readers from bestselling author Elise Broach, Marvin the beetle is off to school with James for the very first time!
Everything runs smoothly on this big adventure until the bell rings after lunch and Marvin gets separated from James. In fact, he gets accidentally thrown away! Will Marvin make it back home to his family? How will James find him?
This young chapter book for emergent readers captures the miniature world of Marvin the Beetle and his special friend James in stunning two color illustrations that accompany the text.
A Christy Ottaviano Book
Books in the Masterpiece Adventure series:
The Miniature World of Marvin & James
James to the Rescue
Trouble at School for Marvin & James
Marvin Goes to School
It’s early morning, and Marvin is watching James get ready for school.
“I have Art today,” James says. “Mr. Chang is the best. I wish you could meet him.”
Praise for Trouble at School for Marvin & James
Praise for the Masterpiece Adventures:
"Accessible to children making the transition from easy readers to chapter books. . . This series revolves around a warm, supportive, and trusting relationship between a boy and a beetle." —The Horn Book
“Page-turning adventure.” —The Horn Book
“This winsome series debut is both a sweet story of cross-species friendship and a sobering new way to look at pencil sharpeners.” —Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Masterpiece:
“Inventive . . . Broach . . . packs this fast-moving story with perennially seductive themes: hidden lives and secret friendships, miniature worlds lost to disbelievers . . . Broach and Kelly show readers something new.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Delightful intricacies of beetle life . . . blend seamlessly with the suspenseful caper as well as the sentimental story of a complicated-but-rewarding friendship . . . Murphy's charming pen-and-ink drawings populate the short chapters of this funny, winsome novel.” —Kirkus Reviews
“This marvelous story is sure to be a hit.” —School Library Journal