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By Ida Siegal | Comments: ( 816 ) | Date: ( Jan 21, 2020 )

WNBC reporter Ida Siegal makes her debut as a chapter book author with a hilarious look at one girl s journey into journalism, mystery solving, and fame or at least two out of those three This is Emma Perez, and I m ON THE AIR Today at lunch, my friend Javier found a slimy worm in his hamburger It was extra gross Now everyone wants to know how the worm got in therWNBC reporter Ida Siegal makes her debut as a chapter book author with a hilarious look at one girl s journey into journalism, mystery solving, and fame or at least two out of those three This is Emma Perez, and I m ON THE AIR Today at lunch, my friend Javier found a slimy worm in his hamburger It was extra gross Now everyone wants to know how the worm got in there Someone might even get in trouble The school needs my famous reporter skills to solve the case Emma Perez has been looking for some big news to help her become a famous reporter Javier s wormburger is perfect people need to know what happened Emma is ready to find witnesses, gather clues, and file her report Tune in for the first edition of EMMA IS ON THE AIR


  • Title: Emma Is on the Air #1: Big News!
  • Author: Ida Siegal
  • ISBN: 9780545686921
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Emma Is on the Air #1: Big News!

  • Abby Johnson

    Emma Perez has big dreams - she wants to be FAMOUS! And she knows that she's got what it takes to make it happen. When she sees an investigative reporter on the TV news, Emma knows that this is her ticket to fame. After all, that woman's famous and how hard can it be? But first Emma needs to break a story. It needs to be something that people are interested in and something important for people to know. Emma's big break comes on Pizza Day. When one of her schoolmates, Javier, finds a WORM in his [...]


  • Caryn Caldwell

    Emma, a Dominican American second-grader, is determined to be famous. When she sees a beautiful news reporter on TV, she knows just how to achieve her goal. Conveniently enough, she soon has an opportunity to begin her first investigation when another student finds a worm in his hamburger at lunch. Where did the worm come from? How did it end up in his burger? And whose fault is all this, anyway?While this story has some unrealistic parts, it's still a whole lot of fun. The mystery should keep k [...]


  • Natalie

    Besides the fact that Emma's school is unlike any I'd ever heard of, it wasn't that bad. Emma wants to be a newscaster, and so she looks for a story at school. She finds one, when one of her classmates gets a "wormburger" for lunch. Emma knows it's up to her to find the truth. The story is totally unrealistic. There were so many things that would never ever happen, that it would be impossible to detail them all. If you toss reality aside and look at it, as a silly story about a second grader, it [...]


  • michelle

    My 6 year old and I really enjoyed this book. Get the full review at Books My Kids Read. We did get a free review copy from , but all opinions are completely our own.In the first installment, Emma is on the Air: Big News!, young Emma is trying to find a way to become famous. When watching the news with her father one evening, she sees a journalist who completely catches her eye and she decides that that’s the key to her fame. From there her father, a journalist himself, gives her lessons in wh [...]


  • J.J. Lair

    Well written story. The author is able to talk bilingual and explain it to the reader. As an adult, I wondered about the worm burger. This little chapter book had a really well done mystery.


  • Elizabeth

    I was of two minds with this one. I found Emma really engaging and fun. She’s pretty girly and likes to think about clothes and being famous, but she also learns how to be an investigative reporter/detective. Of course she’s in second grade so it’s not hard hitting news. But the process is there and she’s willing to stick with it. Was she kind of silly? Yes, but I know a number of kids exactly like her.The story itself, again not hard hitting news, but was a funny story kids will absolut [...]


  • Ms. Yingling

    I thought that I was on a great roll of multicultural books for younger middle grade readers. Since the demand for lower level materials has been growing, I was very excited about this, especially since the Race the Wild included so much science in such an interesting way. Maybe that's why I was so disappointed in this book. Emma, whose father is from the Dominican Republic and whose mother is from New York City, wants to be famous. Famous people are happy and sing when they set the table for di [...]


  • Katie Fitzgerald

    This is a review of books 1 and 2 in the Emma is on the Air series.Emma wants nothing more than to be famous, so when her father offers to teach her how to be a news reporter, she readily accepts the challenge. Emma quickly realizes how similar news reporting is to detective work, and soon she finds herself investigating how a worm found its way into a classmate's lunch (Big News!) and what happened to her friend's homemade Halloween costume (Party Drama!).This new chapter book series is written [...]


  • Teresa Scherping Moulton

    Emma has always known that she wants to be famous, but she hasn't decided what she wants to be famous FOR. That is, until she sees a glamorous news reporter on TV, and a light blub goes off in her head. That's it! She'll be famous for reporting the news on TV! With the help of her papi, who is newspaper reporter, Emma goes in search of a true AND interesting story that she can report on. At first, Emma is stumped. But then Javier, a boy in her class, finds a worm in his hamburger at lunch! Ewww! [...]


  • William Bentrim

    Emma is on the Air by Ida SiegalThis book made more sense when I discovered that Ida Siegal is an on the air reporters for a New York TV station. Emma is a precocious eight year old girl going on fifteen. Her immediate passion is to become "Someone". Emma wants to be famous!Emma decides that being a investigative reporter is her path to success. Her first problem is to find something on which to report. Once she discovers a wormburger, her journalistic instincts go into overdrive. Emma is a like [...]


  • Juliana Lee

    Emma Perez wants to be famous. The news her father watches on TV is boring. Then she sees a famous news reporter on TV who look glamorous and decides she will be a famous news reporter too… but not like her dad who is a newspaper reporter. Her dad helps her learn the ropes. He gives her his old phone and microphone to record with and tells her to look for interesting news articles. The very next day, Emma finds a news story, her friend Javier finds a worm in his hamburger at school. Emma write [...]


  • Steph

    I really liked Emma's determination to be "on the air," but I didn't find this story to be overly realistic. Kids reading this would be in their teachers' faces asking to videotape things going on at school, wanting to report everything happening and the school just seemed to offer quite a few things that the average school doesn't. I enjoyed the Spanish phrases thrown in, and the illustrations are totally adorable, but Emma's "bubbly personality" seemed a little more like her being a demanding [...]


  • Kristen

    This is a sweet chapter book for 2nd-3rd grade about a girl who decides she wants to be a reporter. She gets some great practice solving the mystery of a worm's appearance in her friend's burger at lunchtime - she does interviews with people and posts the video online, investigative-reporter-style. Good for young mystery fans who also yearn for a taste of fame. The smattering of (always defined) Spanish words was nice to see as well.


  • Mary Ann

    Emma Perez dreams big and bold. She wants to be FAMOUS! When she sees an investigative reporter on the TV news, she knows that this is just the career for her. When Javier, finds a worm in his lunch at school the next day, Emma knows this is a story she’s got to investigate. Emma is definitely a likable character, with an upbeat attitude. This is a great series opener!


  • Andréa

    This easy chapter book with illustrations is a good introduction to investigating and reporting. Emma takes the reader through all the steps of discovering, investigating, and reporting a major news story. Note: I received an ARC from the publisher.


  • Anna Taylor

    Set in Washington Heights, NY (aka the BEST neighborhood), Emma is a bilingual 3rd grader with a flair for the dramatic. Join her on her newest hobby, news reporting, where she helps solve a cafeteria mystery.


  • Catherine

    Bit annoying, but could be good for a beginning mystery.


  • Sabrina

    TERRIBLE!!!!!!!! U can only read 1 page


  • Hoover Public Library Kids and Teens

    Emma wants to be famous . . . but how? By becoming a news reporter! This is her first scoop.


  • Melissa Jones

    Actually 3 and a half stars. I am happy to see another series for beginning chapter book readers. Emma is a great character who many of our students will connect with.


  • Cosima

    What a cute and original story!


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