Amelia Bedelia Ties the Knot

 
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Amelia Bedelia Ties the Knot
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Age Range
4+
Release Date
July 05, 2016
ISBN
0062334182
In the tenth chapter book in the New York Times–bestselling series, Amelia Bedelia’s aunt Mary has been popped the question, and now Amelia Bedelia has a beach wedding to help plan! But there will be plenty of hitches before Aunt Mary and her fiancé Bob can get hitched: a broken bridge, a mysterious woman, a captain who falls ill, a ripped wedding dress, and even a lost ring. Fortunately flower girl Amelia Bedelia is on hand to help save the day—and to delight readers with her take on wedding planning.

The Amelia Bedelia chapter books star Amelia Bedelia as a young girl and feature funny family and friendship stories just right for fans of Judy Moody and Ivy + Bean. The Amelia Bedelia books have sold more than 35 million copies since we first met the iconic character in 1963!

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Nothing but Laughter and Friendship!
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4.5
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Amelia Bedelia Ties the Knot is the most lovely story, bound to create lots of laughter and smiles!

The girls I read this to instantly fell for this book because of it’s gorgeous cover! Glitter + pink = automatic favorite. I knew I too, would love this book right from the beginning because Amelia reminded of all the wonderful qualities I see in girls that I care for. She is witty, curious, and her personality is both loud and endearing.

What sold me was definitely this line, though:

“Mom, just because Dad isn’t here,” said Amelia, “it doesn’t mean you have to take his place making dumb jokes.”

That was one of the MANY sassy and hilarious moments from this story that had us all dying of laughter!

This book is packed with little details and moments that will make you fall in love with Amelia and her wonderful family. While Amelia on her own could make this book, her family really enhanced every aspect of it. They were kind, sarcastic, and never grew tired of explaining things to the very curious Amelia. Anyone who has children, takes care of them, or just even know any will understand all the funny aspects of Amelia’s story and how she handles situations.

It starts with an excited Amelia who comes home to see that her aunt is there. She quickly finds out that her aunt has become engaged and later on, learns that she will be a flower girl! This whole thing is a new experience for Amelia and she has many questions! Are diamonds rocks? Carats or carrots? Bridle or bridal?

Final thoughts?

Such an enjoyable book! There is so much love between friends and family that it is so joyful and heartwarming. It has bits of everything for everyone- new information for the curious ones, jokes and sarcasm for those who love laughter, and a happy ending for everyone!
Good Points
parents and caretakers will love reading this just as much as the kids will!
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