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Title: February Friend
Author: Ron Roy
Publisher: Published October 20th 2010 by Random House Books for Young Readers (first published 2009)
ISBN: 9780375856624
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4.6 out of 5

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A brand-new series by Ron Roy, spun off from A to Z Mysteries! It's a Valentine's Day party! Bradley is passing out his class’s valentines, but one of them has no name on it. Inside, the card tells the class to look in the closet. When they open the closet door, the kids find a rabbit named Douglas in a cage! What mysterious “friend” left him there? And why? Then the bunny A brand-new series by Ron Roy, spun off from A to Z Mysteries! It's a Valentine's Day party! Bradley is passing out his class’s valentines, but one of them has no name on it. Inside, the card tells the class to look in the closet. When they open the closet door, the kids find a rabbit named Douglas in a cage! What mysterious “friend” left him there? And why? Then the bunny gets sick. It’s up to Bradley, Brian, Lucy, and Nate to track down his owner and figure out what is wrong with poor little Douglas. From the Trade Paperback edition.

30 review for February Friend

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dolly

    This is the second book in the Calendar Mysteries series, a follow-on to the A to Z Mysteries by the same author. This series caters to a slightly younger audience and our girls really enjoy them. The mysteries are more benign and the stories are fairly short. They are good books for beginning readers who are starting to read chapter books. Our girls loved that this book highlighted a class pet.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Karen Arendt

    I think this is a good book for second and third graders. I like how the main characters are pretty independent of their parents, though the parents still have a presence in the story.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brian Jakes

    An easy read that would be great for 2-3 graders. This time Brian, Bradley and friends find a bunny in the closet of their classroom. Everyone is excited at the idea of having a class pet, but they soon become worried when the bunny becomes ill. Now the gang must solve the mystery of who left the bunny before it's too late!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marfita

    Blah. This might be okay for early readers who are stretching their skills, but it didn't do anything for me. After doing math and writing in their journals (do what?), the children in Mr. Vooray's first grade class launch into their Valentine's Day celebrations and find a mysterious gift of a pet rabbit in the "closet." The rabbit, whose name is Douglas, is not eating or drinking and misses his owner. If the kids can't track down the original owner, Douglas is doomed. I don't know about you-all, Blah. This might be okay for early readers who are stretching their skills, but it didn't do anything for me. After doing math and writing in their journals (do what?), the children in Mr. Vooray's first grade class launch into their Valentine's Day celebrations and find a mysterious gift of a pet rabbit in the "closet." The rabbit, whose name is Douglas, is not eating or drinking and misses his owner. If the kids can't track down the original owner, Douglas is doomed. I don't know about you-all, but I don't recall writing in any journals in first grade. Hell's bells, we were still learning to read and barely forming sentences. Any writing we did was copying what the teacher had written on the blackboard onto that really thick wide-lined paper with big, fat pencils. With our little tongues hanging out the sides of our mouths from the effort. There is very little description in the narrative (although the narrative itself moves along quickly). One kid has black hair like his sister, compared with someone else with a blonde ponytail. Ah, good, we've gotten that out of the way. God forbid we should find out anyone is tall or short or have a mole on their face or something distinctive. Maybe only I wonder what sort of closet the rabbit is in - what else is in it, how it smells, etc. A kid might lose interest. What are illustrations for, anyway? I shouldn't carp so on kid lit. They need something they can read successfully, that won't drag them down with detail, that makes them feel like they, too, can solve a mystery. But, I mean, first graders? Douglas is reunited with his owner and a solution is found that makes almost everyone in the town of Green Lawn happy and satisfied. Sigh. If only.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sue

    Title: February Friend (Calendar Mysteries #2) Author: Ron Roy Genre: Young Adult Challenges: To Be Continued…Challenge, 101 Books in 1001 Days Challenge, Read and Review Challenge 2010, 2010 Support Your Local Library Reading Challenge, 100 + Reading Challenge, Young Adult Reading Challenge, YA Through the Decades, 1st In A Series, Pages Read 2010, A to Z challenge, What An Animal III Challenge Rating: 3/5 No. of Pages: 69 Published: 2009 Back Cover: It’s a Valentine’s Day party! Bradley is passing o Title: February Friend (Calendar Mysteries #2) Author: Ron Roy Genre: Young Adult Challenges: To Be Continued…Challenge, 101 Books in 1001 Days Challenge, Read and Review Challenge 2010, 2010 Support Your Local Library Reading Challenge, 100 + Reading Challenge, Young Adult Reading Challenge, YA Through the Decades, 1st In A Series, Pages Read 2010, A to Z challenge, What An Animal III Challenge Rating: 3/5 No. of Pages: 69 Published: 2009 Back Cover: It’s a Valentine’s Day party! Bradley is passing out his class’s valentines, but one of them has no name on it. Inside, the card tells the class to look in the closet. When they open the closet door, the kids find a rabbit named Douglas in a cage! What mysterious “friend” left him there? And why? Then the bunny gets sick. It sup to Bradley, Brian, Lucy and Nate to track down his owner and figure out what is wrong with poor little Douglas. Mine: The kids are committed to finding out who left Douglas behind for the class to take care of. The kids do manage to find the owner and realize they actually know him. He’s left Douglas, because he feels he can no longer take care of him himself. The kids help him realize that he can still take care of him.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rosa Cline

    This is a chapter book in a series called Calendar Mysteries, we've read a few of these books and this one was very good. The class receives a surprise Valentine which ends up being a class bunny. BUT the bunny is 'sick' so the twin boys that get to take him home for the weekend sees he's not well and they take him to the vet. The vet tells them he is depressed and needs his owner. but they don't know who it was that left him. They only have three photos of him as a baby bunny to go off of. So t This is a chapter book in a series called Calendar Mysteries, we've read a few of these books and this one was very good. The class receives a surprise Valentine which ends up being a class bunny. BUT the bunny is 'sick' so the twin boys that get to take him home for the weekend sees he's not well and they take him to the vet. The vet tells them he is depressed and needs his owner. but they don't know who it was that left him. They only have three photos of him as a baby bunny to go off of. So they along with two other friends start investigating to safe the life of their new friend. In the end they do find the owner and find out that he is going to live in a retirement home and can't have pets. But the children once again find a good out come for their new friend and their old one too! A loving book about elderly and children working together! Loved the ending! I read this out loud to my special needs teen age son and my 3 year old granddaughter as well and both paid attention throughout the entire story. There aren't many illustrations through the book but the story itself is nice enough that children wouldn't need them to keep their attention.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anthony Smith

    February Friend is a book about four children who at a school party get a message to check in the closet. To their surprise they find a rabbit that is very ill. The book does not provide a lot of text detail which does not help kids being able to imagine things. The book however does provide illustrations which can help for a little more detail. One big thing about the book is that it helps teach kids responsibility due to the fact the four kids in the book decided to help take care of the sick February Friend is a book about four children who at a school party get a message to check in the closet. To their surprise they find a rabbit that is very ill. The book does not provide a lot of text detail which does not help kids being able to imagine things. The book however does provide illustrations which can help for a little more detail. One big thing about the book is that it helps teach kids responsibility due to the fact the four kids in the book decided to help take care of the sick rabbit. I think book would be a decent read for 1st graders but hopefully with a parent or teacher to provide some added support for detail.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rochelle

    This book was a bit disappointing. There were so many characters, with too similar of names for me to keep track of. I cannot imagine being a child trying to keep all of the characters straight. The plot was cute though, trying to find the Bunny's owner; however, I think the moral was slightly flawed. Also throughout the story every food item is sweets, sweets, and more sweets. This is a child's book, maybe discouraging eating sweets all day would be a good idea. The book was over all okay, but This book was a bit disappointing. There were so many characters, with too similar of names for me to keep track of. I cannot imagine being a child trying to keep all of the characters straight. The plot was cute though, trying to find the Bunny's owner; however, I think the moral was slightly flawed. Also throughout the story every food item is sweets, sweets, and more sweets. This is a child's book, maybe discouraging eating sweets all day would be a good idea. The book was over all okay, but I will not be continuing to read this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kristine Hansen

    Who left a bunny in the classroom? What seems to be a really great (though mysterious) gift turns into a darker tale quickly as the bunny isn't doing too well, and it becomes crucial to find out where the little critter came from before it's too late. The kids are great, the solution creative and such an awesome idea that I think it should be followed in actual communities of that nature. Really great story!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brandyn

    I liked it because it was full of mysteries. It was surprising because the lunch monitor he put a bunny in the closet and the bunny (named Douglas), he can't do things without his owner. The lunch monitor can't take Douglas because he's moving somewhere where they can't have animals. I loved the book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Kendall

    Dominic (6) quite liked this one. He liked Douglas the rabbit and was very worried that he would die. He was also pretty cross with Mr Neater. Dom was very about Goldilocks the hamster living in Mr Voorey's classroom. He brought our hamster onto the bed so that she could hear the story, in case Goldilocks made a appearance.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marlee

    A quick, cute, fun story to read with children in February. Both of my children enjoyed this book (they are 10 and 7). It's fast and easy to read. And if the children have already read the A-Z mysteries, as my children did, they get to read about some of the same characters.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Earline

    Was hoping this story would have a Valentine's Day related mystery, but Valentine's Day was barely mentioned. Overall the story and mystery were okay, but I still think these books have way too many characters. So far I am unimpressed with the "Calendar Mysteries" series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kaitiebeth Bartlett

    I loved when they found Douglas in the closet. And when they found Douglas's owner. When they met Douglas. And when the twin's mother was feeding Douglas a baby bottle.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Caleb

    It was good

  16. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    It was alright. Good read for your son, a Valentine's Day Story that isn't lovey-dovey or girly.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Martin Mok

    This story was very meaningful and interesting. And my favourite chacater is Bradley, it is because he is a good man, he was care to the rabbit.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sydney

    bradley finds a valentine card with no name which tells him to look in the closet. he finds a bunny there. his neighbor left the bunny there to surprise him.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Liam

    This book wasn't the best.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Amazing book series! Perfect for people who like the A to Z mysteries!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kaytee

    they found a rabbit in the closet but it won't drink,eat or move so they had to find the owner of the rabbit then they found the owner it was mr neater.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Perla

    its very good

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    These are cute and the perfect pace for Gillian right now. She and I alternate reading a page each.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    A great early chapter book. I will be using this book for VPL's 2nd-3rd grade book discussion. I'm sure most of the kids really liked it.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mayva Kumar

  27. 5 out of 5

    Wil

  28. 4 out of 5

    Atoofa

  29. 4 out of 5

    James

  30. 4 out of 5

    Gabriel Dubransky

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