Ellie McDoodle: Most Valuable Player

Ellie McDoodle Most Valuable Player Poor Ellie When her friend Mo suggests they try out for soccer together Ellie doesn t know her own father has just been named the coach To make matters worse Ellie can t seem to get her head or he

  • Title: Ellie McDoodle: Most Valuable Player
  • Author: Ruth McNally Barshaw
  • ISBN: 9781599904276
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Poor Ellie When her friend, Mo, suggests they try out for soccer together, Ellie doesn t know her own father has just been named the coach To make matters worse, Ellie can t seem to get her head or her feet around the game She d much rather be solving word problems and doing other brain bending quizzes in the Journey of the Mind club But when both teams have their tPoor Ellie When her friend, Mo, suggests they try out for soccer together, Ellie doesn t know her own father has just been named the coach To make matters worse, Ellie can t seem to get her head or her feet around the game She d much rather be solving word problems and doing other brain bending quizzes in the Journey of the Mind club But when both teams have their tournament on the same day, will Ellie choose soccer or school This lively story, told in words and doodles, will have kids cheering on the sidelines for Ellie Book Details Format HardcoverPublication Date 2 28 2012Pages 176Reading Level Age 8 and Up

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    1. Review: 4 out of 5 starsMy nine year old son recently read Ellie McDoodle:Have Pen Will Travel so he was quite excited when we received a copy of Ellie McDoodle:Most Valuable Player, especially since soccer is one of his favourite team sports.I didn’t think my son would show interest in this series initially because it is about a girl and they are still a pretty gross species to my nine year-old and he is still of the mindset that boys stick with boys things and girls with girls so I was pleas [...]


    2. I guess the author (and her publisher) thought a girl's version of the highly popular Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, and the Diary of a Soccer Star series (which I personally much prefer) would be a good seller. And I guess they've been proven right because I notice there are a few titles in this Ellie McDoodle series.So what did I think of this book? Well, it's fun. It has a fun family that lots of kids would wish they were a part of. It has lots of creative things going on, and little life lesso [...]


    3. Ellie's life is very busy. Her father is the coach of her soccer team, she has Journey of the Mind meetings, and it's spirit week at her school. But things don't go all that well. Even though her father is the coach, she has to practice really hard, and she's not very good at soccer. The Journey team involves lots of different activities, and the competition is a little scary. School is fun, but there is always some kind of drama going on. Luckily, Ellie keeps herself straight in her journal, co [...]


    4. Ellie is struggling with teamwork vs. independent work. There are some teams she works with effortlessly and feels like she really contributes. In science, however, she gets stuck in a dysfunctional team, winds up doing all the work, and then gets graded down because her group doesn't work as a team. She joins a soccer team with her friend Mo, but she's not really very good at it, and she doesn't understand about YET. She has a couple of situations where she comes up with the perfect idea all by [...]


    5. This was a cute, quick read perfect for 2nd-3rd graders. The story is sweet and simple but secondary to all of the cool riddles, games, and activities within. I think this is one kids would read and refer back to for all the extra fun stuff inside. If you see me making origami ninja stars or telling jokes about paint, now you'll know why.


    6. this series is one of my daughters favorite books. The main character is elementary school age so I imagine if a kid is reading it themselves, they would enjoy it most between 2nd or 3rd grade and sixth. this book in the series was her favorite. We've finished the series now which I believe is currently 5 out 6 books.


    7. Seems to be more a laundry list of fun things to do with family, friends, and clubs then what this series used to be: good stories humorously illustrated. Not bad just not as good as others have been. Did get some good ideas for library story times.


    8. Great story with lots of examples of teamwork and learning to work with others, including situations when Ellie is not very good at the thing she is trying to do. I also love her fun, quirky family. This is a great series!


    9. I gave this book to Maya for Easter and she raced through it in two days, proclaiming it as the best book in the series.


    10. I like this series, but this one was not my favorite. This book is like a girl version of Diary Of A wimpy kid! These books are funny and good! I hope she writes much more!




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