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by Chris Van Dusen,Kate DiCamillo

eBook Mercy Watson: Princess in Disguise ePub
Author: Chris Van Dusen,Kate DiCamillo
Language: English
ISBN: 0763630144
ISBN13: 978-0763630140
Publisher: Candlewick; Library Binding edition (July 10, 2007)
Pages: 80
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 642
Formats: mobi lrf rtf lit
ePub file: 1430 kb
Fb2 file: 1260 kb

We got into these books since Chris Van Dusen is the illustrator. Every child will love this 'porcine wonder' series.

It's an easier chapter book - great for kindergarten or first grade, but my second grader enjoys them as well. They're great for boys or girls, and they're funny and entertaining. We got into these books since Chris Van Dusen is the illustrator. We started with the first three and he wanted more. My son is four but this book is definitely appropriate for older children as well.

Books in Mercy Watson (6 Book Series) Kate DiCamillo's porcine heroine return. nce again all's well that ends . The brilliantly colored illustrations by Chris Van Dusen pack a comical punch.

Books in Mercy Watson (6 Book Series). Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. 1. Mercy Watson to the Rescue. Kate DiCamillo's porcine heroine return. nce again all's well that ends with buttered toast. The humorous tone and simple sentences will appeal to young readers, as will Chris Van Dusen’s energetic gouache paintings.

Chris Van Dusen is the author-illustrator of DOWN TO THE SEA WITH MR. MAGEE, A CAMPING SPREE WITH MR. MAGEE, and IF I BUILT A CAR. He says, "When I first read Mercy Watson to the Rescue, the characters were very vivid in my mind, and they just came to life when I started painting. This is exactly the type of story I love to illustrate - a wonderfully silly adventure with lots of action. This is his first book with Candlewick Press.

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Mercy Watson to the Rescue (Mercy Watson by Kate DiCamillo · Chris Van Dusen. To Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Mercy is not just a pig - she's a porcine wonder. Leroy Ninker has a hat, a lasso, and boots. What he doesn’t have is a horse - until he meets. Francine Poulet Meets the Ghost Raccoon (Tales from Deckawoo Drive by Kate DiCamillo · Chris Van Dusen.

Mercy Watson: Princess in Disguise (2007). Mercy Watson Thinks Like a Pig (2008). Mercy Watson: Something Wonky This Way Comes (2009). Tales from Deckawoo Drive series, text by DiCamillo, illus. Leroy Ninker Saddles Up: Tales from Deckawoo Drive, Volume One (2014). Francine Poulet Meets the Ghost Raccoon: Tales from Deckawoo Drive, Volume Two (2015).

Kate DiCamillo's porcine heroine returns in Mercy Watson: Princess in Disguise, illus. Dressed in regal attire, Mercy inadvertently creates a Halloween parade when she chases her neighbor's cat, General Washington, up a tree

Kate DiCamillo's porcine heroine returns in Mercy Watson: Princess in Disguise, illus. Dressed in regal attire, Mercy inadvertently creates a Halloween parade when she chases her neighbor's cat, General Washington, up a tree. Minor calamities ensue, but once again all's well that ends with buttered toast.

by Dicamillo Kate (Author), Van Dusen Chris (Author). It's an easier chapter book - great for kindergarten or first grade, but my second grader enjoys them as well

by Dicamillo Kate (Author), Van Dusen Chris (Author). It's an easier chapter book - great for kindergarten or first grade, but my second grader enjoys them as well. The illustrations are great. The book itself feels very well-made, with quality paper and binding.

DiCamillo, Kate; Van Dusen, Chris. Persuaded by the word "treating" to dress up as a princess for Halloween, Mercy the pig's trick-or-treat outing has some very unexpected results.

The brilliantly colored illustrations by Chris Van Dusen pack a comical punch.

Kate DiCamillo's beguiling pig is back in a tale full of treats, tricky turns, hijinks, and high humor. An irresistible reading romp with lightning-fast action and sparkling slapstick illustrations.

Can visions of treats entice a porcine wonder to wear her princess costume? Hold on for some Halloween havoc, Mercy Watson-style!When the Watsons decide to zip their porcine wonder into a formfitting princess dress for Halloween—complete with tiara—they are certain that Mercy will be beautiful beyond compare. Mercy is equally certain she likes the sound of trick-or-treating and can picture piles of buttered toast already. As for the Lincoln Sisters next door, how could they know that their cat would lead them all on a Halloween "parade" of hysterical proportions? Kate DiCamillo’s beguiling pig is back in a tale full of treats, tricky turns, hijinks, and high humor.
Centrizius
Mercy Watson books are my favorite books for this age group. It's an easier chapter book - great for kindergarten or first grade, but my second grader enjoys them as well. They're great for boys or girls, and they're funny and entertaining. The illustrations are great. The book itself feels very well-made, with quality paper and binding. We will definitely keep buying the books in this series!
Xarcondre
I bought this for my first grader and she absolutely loves it. The illustrations are colorful. The story is fun. The reading level is a little above her for reading alone, but it was perfect for her to read a page here and there and for me to read the rest. The book is divided into chapters - which isn't necessary but it makes a first grader feel sophisticated because she's reading a "chapter book." That said, it's a longer book than most of the books she reads, but the story moves along and keeps her engaged.
Wenyost
love this series, at first I didn't buy this one because it was for my son and about a princess and he is very against girl stuff since he has a little sister. But he wanted it and loved it.
Hap
We have a great niece who hates to read. I was recommended these particular DiCamillo books as they are beginner readers and surely capture attention. Our niece is old for this book, nearing 10, but the stories are silly, funny and have meaning.

With the Mercy stories (of the adorably-ugly pet pig) our niece began to appreciate the author. I always talk of the 'creative brain' or ask 'how do you think she thought up this story?!'...Now she has read these books and we have helped her move on to a more matured reading (still a challenge since there are less pictures) of Winn Dixie.

This fun character Mercy is a good way to engage the non reader. I think the book is a little more engaging for a younger child, unless the child is not strong in reading, then try this and then move on! Good luck!
Akta
Daughter (who shares the name of the porcine wonder) LOVES these books. Did I mention my wife and I love reading them to the kids and honestly laugh at them more than they do. It’s like a Pixar movie in print! Great vocabulary and interesting characters with top notch illustrations that really depict in detail what is being talked about!
Cemav
We love every one of the Mercy Watson books. The only negative, she didn't write more. Mercy Watson and the neighbors on Deckawoo Drive are so fun to read. I love the humor and the wit of Kate's writing. I don't mind reading these books over and over and over and over again. How often can a parent say that?
Your children will love the adventures of Mercy Watson as she explores her neighborhood and eats toast with a great deal of butter on it.
Beabandis
My four year old loves these stories. Mercy Watson is a hilarious character - with or without her homemade princess dress. I love Eugenia Lincoln and my son loves Baby Lincoln. We got into these books since Chris Van Dusen is the illustrator. His pictures add genius to all of the Mercy Watson characters. Every child will love this 'porcine wonder' series. We started with the first three and he wanted more. My son is four but this book is definitely appropriate for older children as well. The books are a bit long for kids under 4. I would highly recommend the Mercy Watson books!!
What a sweet delight to read about Mercy Watson‘s Halloween adventure! My granddaughter and I loved it! Highly recommended!!! We can’t wait to read another one of Mercy’s stories.
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