The Locker Ate Lucy!: A Branches Book (Eerie Elementary #2) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-22 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 70 user ratings

" We are really loving these Branches books in my classroom. It's true. They do give kids confidence! In this book we also learn why the school is alive. It is a quick read and there's plenty of humor. " said.

" The second installment of the series. I like how the story is quick to action. This will help grab and maintain the attention of reluctant readers. Sam, Antonio, and Lucy and closer to solving the mystery behind their haunted elementary.ARC curtesy of NetGalley. " said.

" My 7-year-old read this to me. We enjoyed it just as much as "The School is Alive!", the first book in the series. We hope Jack Chabert and Scholastic Branches have more books planned for release in this series soon. It's a lot of fun for new readers. " said.

" This is such a fun beginning reader series for those young readers who want the "scary" stories but might be a little young for anything made for the middle grade audience. This one was even more exciting than the first in the series. I do like that the ending hints at more adventures for the trio of friends. Great for 1st to 3rd graders in my opinion. " said.

" This series is growing on me quickly--I love the illustrations and the overarching plot that is coming into focus involving Orson Eerie. AJ is certainly engaged and that is something I absolutely LOVE to see.In this book, Lucy disappears into her locker one morning and when Sam and Antonio follow her, the find themselves in (literally) the belly of the beast. " said.

" Sam Graves and his friends Lucy and Antonio fall into adventure--literally--at their elementary school. Strange things have been happening there, and they want to find out why. They go on adventure through the bowels of the school, and make some interesting discoveries on the way. Recommended to readers who like creepy stories and stories about friendships. Gr. 3-5 " said.

" This was among the books I chose for my first attempt to lead a Guys Read book club for grade school boys at my local library system; check out my reflections on The Locker Ate Lucy! and other choices on my BookLikes blog, Reading Rainstorm, here. " said.

" This was a fun follow-up to This School is Alive! Sam, Lucy and Antonio do some research on the Eerie family and, after a visit to the town graveyard, learn that one of the members was not buried there. Brimming with questions, the trio arrive late to school, earning the ire of their grumpy teacher. They never do get to class as the locker does indeed swallow Lucy. The story moves quickly, with plenty of humor and dark illustrations. " said.

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