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“When Ramona takes over, she is as wild funny as ever.” (The New York Times)
“Henry goes on being funny with a resemblance to everyone’s younger brother. A chuckle a page!” (Kirkus Reviews)
“This book is certain of a warm welcome.” (Saturday Review)
When Henry Huggins sees his friend Scooter delivering newspapers, he's seized with the desire for a paper route of his own. But Scooter's boss, Mr. Capper, won't hire Henry because Henry's not yet eleven!
While Henry waits for his birthday to come, he tries everything he can think of to get Mr. Capper to change his mind. From offering free kittens as a bonus when he sells newspaper subscriptions to hauling hundreds of pounds of old magazines for his school's paper drive, there's nothing Henry won't do to prove himself. But in the end it might just be pesky little Ramona Quimby who saves the day. . . .
Beloved author Beverly Cleary gives readers a hero they'll recognize—and root for—in Henry and the Paper Route.See all Editorial Reviews
My 10 year old son read this book, he said that he enjoyed reading it.Published 4 months ago by Joy
Great book to encourage reading. Reading something enjoyable is still "reading".Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
One of my favorite Henry Huggins book...really brings back nice childhood memories.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
The audiobook contains about a 10 minute interview with the author which is very inspiring, revealing that Ramona was created rather accidentally. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Annointed & Obscure
I'd have to say I don't enjoy it as much when Beverly Cleary writes boys--it doesn't seem quite as clear as when it's got a girl main character--but this was still a great book for... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Swank Ivy