Review by Horn Book Review
In Best Club, a classmate's club turns everything into a competition; in Sleepover, Katie hosts a slumber party that involves some jitters. Both early chapter books provide practice with reading dialogue, which is forced at times but sometimes succeeds at depicting early-elementary-school dynamics. As usual, the illustrations depict a diverse cast of young characters. Discussion questions, writing prompts, and a recipe are included. Glos. [Review covers the following Katie Woo titles: The Best Club and Katie's Spooky Sleepover.] (c) Copyright 2017. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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