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Babymouse, Dragonslayer by Jennifer L. Holm

Babymouse, Dragonslayer

by Jennifer L. Holm

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I still enjoy each installment, but I wonder how much longer this series really needs to go on. ( )
  librarybrandy | Mar 31, 2013 |
3Q- I wish they read more smoothly as individual books. Reading #11 on its own made me feel like I needed to read the previous books in the series to understand some of the references.
4P- Graphic novels and comic book fans will be drawn to this one, but some of the vocabulary is advanced and might leave younger readers lost. ( )
  claudiathelibrarian | Apr 20, 2012 |
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A distinctive visual style combined with a strong storyline, makes this a good choice for older beginning readers. The storyline and visuals allow for reading comprehension along several levels, and play on words increase depth and vocabulary. However, the visual style takes some getting used to and some readers may not enjoy the pink/white/black stylization. ( )
  daisyacg | Apr 20, 2012 |
Babymouse daydreams about being an dragonslayer as in fantasy books when she receives an F- on her math test. Her teacher signs her up for the Mathletes team Babymouse and math just do not get along and while her team prepares for the challenge against the current champions, the Owlgorithms, Babymouse just can't stop daydreaming; transplanting herself into Narnia and Middle Earth. Babymouse spends her time with a whole new cast of characters on the Mathletes team and the math theme is explored and made fun of from many angles baby mouse helps the team win math championship.
  bsn003 | Mar 21, 2011 |
The 11th Babymouse installment is a hit! When Babymouse gets an F- on a math quiz, her teacher offers her extra credit to join the Mathletes and practice her arithmetic. But for Babymouse, winning a Mathlete competition is like finding the Holy Grail - nearly impossible! She keeps foraying into the fantasy world of the thick novels she likes to read. (My favorite? "Another Story About an Orphan Who Has Magical Abilities and Saves the World from the Forces of Darkness (Book One of Twelve)" . Highly recommended and one of my favorite of the Babymouse books! ( )
  abbylibrarian | Dec 11, 2009 |
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An imaginative mouse who likes to read heroic fantasy novels finds herself on the school math team as it prepares to compete for the coveted Golden Slide Rule.

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