Natalie and the One-of-a-Kind Wonderful Day!: Natalie wants to do something no one else has ever done, something spectacular! But everything she tries goes wrong from the egg wreck to the purple wallpaper mess, and that's just her morning. Through it all, Nat discovers something truly wonderful.
Natalie Really Very Much Wants to Be a Star: When Nat's Sunday school class puts on a Christmas play, Nat wants the lead role of Mary. So when her archrival Sasha gets the good part and Nat gets the role of a tree, our heroine has to struggle with disappointment, jealousy, and selfish ambition, until she experiences the true meaning of God's sending his Son to us (even though he only had just the one).
School's First Day of Me: Natalie is scared about her first day of kindergarten and even more scared when she finds out her best friend is going to miss it! How will she face this on her own?
Natalie's jitters go away when she sees her classroom for the first time. She decides that she is going to make the first day of school the best ever and one that she will never forget. And one the school won't forget either!
Natalie and the Downside-up Birthday: What Really Makes a Birthday Extra Special? Natalie's birthday party is on Saturday, and she invites all her friends. But Not-So-Nice Sasha's birthday party is on the same day. Sasha's party has horsey rides and more games.
Natalie and the Bestest Friend Race: Can Natalie Save Her Friendship with Laurie? Natalie accidentally spills Laurie's secret. So Laurie chooses Not-So-Nice Sasha to be on her team instead of Natalie. Natalie and Laurie might stop being bestest friends-unless Nat can find a way to make things right.
Natalie Wants a Puppy, That's What: Something weird is going on at Natalie's house, and "Detective Nat" adds up the clues and thinks she's finally getting a puppy. But when she learns that instead her parents are adopting a baby from another country, Natalie isn't so sure she'll like being Not Only Natalie.
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Customer Reviews for That's Nat!, Volumes 1-6
Review 1 for That's Nat!, Volumes 1-6
This set of books is great for young readers!
Date:February 23, 2013
Location:East Aurora, NY
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed reading these books to our 5 year old daughter who is well on her way to reading them on her own! What a blessing the author is to this type of creative writing. I love the way the author portrays this independent 5 yr old. That's what! We also love how Natalie relies on God when going through her young trials. These books were truly a wonderful time spent with our daughter and I will be sharing them with her former preschool teacher as a recommendation for parents to look to when their children start reading.
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Review 2 for That's Nat!, Volumes 1-6
Date:February 24, 2011
I got this series for my 5 year old daughter and she absolutely LOVES it! We read a chapter a night but she always tries to get me to read more. It's a great series about a 5 yr old girl that a 5 yr old can relate to! I also love when she starts Kindergarten and talks about Jesus being there with her!