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Fitzhugh never lost touch with her inner adolescence and created very believable characters.
Published in 1965, it is primarily the story of Beth Ellen Hansen, Harriet's schoolmate and summertime best friend in Water Mill, on Long Island.
I can't wait for her to experience the same joy and excitement that I did when reading this book!
Bought this for my granddaughter and decided to read it first. As a huge Harriet the Spy love I was quite looking forward to it. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Cheryl
This book focuses on Beth Ellen and develops her character which began undergoing changes at the end of "Harriet the Spy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by elib
My great grandson used it for a school requirement. He thought it was an excellent book and wants to continue with more books re Harrient.Published 3 months ago by Shirley Derendorf
I think this book is very cool. It is a summertime mystery. Everyone should read this, no matter what age.Published 6 months ago by Chloe
I love this book. I am 44, and I was looking for it on my shelf just now and was disappointed that I couldn't find it. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Frances
It doesn't show the parts that needs to be shown while they show the parts that don't need to be shown.Published 16 months ago by Shayla
I enjoyed every bit of Harriet the Spy as a girl, and, while it made me anxious to read (because you knew she was going to get caught!), re-read it many times. Read morePublished on July 30, 2011 by Colleen Wainwright
Harriet the Spy is growing up, still trying to observe people and connect the dots. She's usually in such a hurry that she misses information that's right in front of her. Read morePublished on April 14, 2010 by camnini