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Henry Huggins Paperback – January 26, 2016
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Beverly Cleary's lively, award-winning books virtually shout "good, old-fashioned fun!" Since 1950, Henry and his friends (found in Beezus and Ramona and Newbery Honor Book Ramona and Her Father, among others) have displayed all the mixed-up emotions and tricky jams kids everywhere seem to experience. Henry's action-packed days are captured in droll line drawings by Louis Darling. Luckily for young readers, there are dozens of Cleary books to explore as soon as this one is devoured. (Ages 8 to 12) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Thank goodness for Henry Huggins. This story is simply adorable, and I was delighted to see my son laugh out loud as he read the book. After he finished a chaper, he'd run and tell me what new mess Henry and his lovable scoundrel of a dog, Ribsy, had gotten themselves into. In fact, I actually caught my son reading the book on his own, with no prodding from me or his father.
This book was published in 1950 and so my son did have a few questions about why things were so inexpensive in the story, but other than that, "Henry Huggins" is not dated at all and the story is just entertaining now as it was in the 1950s.
I am so thankful that I purchased this book and that it not only kept my son's interest but helped him realize that books could be fun. This story should be a great first "chapter book" for any child who is ready to move past picture books.
This book is mostly about a third grade boy named Henry Huggins and his friends Beezus, Scotter, Mary Jane, and Ramona. In the begging of the story Henry is trying to look for a pet. In the second part they put him in a play but he don't want to be in it.
In my opinion it was a good book because it tells a lot of what friends do and to care about each other. I would recommend this book because it says like how to be fair and if you do something wrong fix it.
I would read Henry Huggins by Beverly Cleary again, and I think that boys would like it even better.
(Note from mom: I read chapter one aloud to my first grade daughter whom decided to read the rest to herself. This is a good read for a child who is ready to go beyond simple chapter books, but is not yet ready for something too long and thick.)
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Great book. However, the book was not exactly in the condition that it was promised. It had some writing, which isn't an issue. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pedro Bernal
Love Beverly Cleary! My Son use to read her when he was in Elementary school. He is in college now. When our church school requested this book. I knew I had to order. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Loveangel
I was first introduced to Henry Huggins when I was in the third grade forty years ago, and I was immediately hooked! Read morePublished 4 months ago by just me
It's interesting and entertaining. My 9 year old son can't wait to read book 2. Great book for reading level O.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer