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Henry and the Clubhouse (Henry Huggins) Paperback – March 18, 2014
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“Hooray for Henry Huggins- and Beverly Cleary! Hilarious, true to life, and just great!” (Association of Children's Librarians)
“Beverly Cleary does it again. Recommended, of course.” (School Library Journal)
“Henry’s adventures in building a clubhouse and delivering the Journal to the 43 customers on his paper route are believable, funny, and easy to read.” (Chicago Tribune)
From the Back Cover
A clubhouse of their own. . .
Henry Huggins and his friends Robert and Murph have been working hard in whatever free time they can find to build a clubhouse of their very own—one in which they can be safe from neighborhood pest Ramona Quimby. But Ramona not only refuses to pay attention to the phrase "No Girls Allowed," she almost ruins Henry's paper route—and his newspaper career!
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Top Customer Reviews
I clearly recall the 1950's style illustrations by Louis Darling in the books I used to read, which have since been replaced in these modern editions. At first I was dubious about the change because the Darling illustrations were so charming, but upon seeing these new illustrations and relating them to the content (which has NOT changed), it's clear that the new illustrator made a real effort to stay close to the original drawings. Additionally, Cleary's words in relation to the new, 'modern' illustrations, suprisingly still apply very well (aside from the 1950's prices and brand names). Regardless, it's easy to envision Henry, Beezus, and Ramona as children living in 2008 or 1950. What does that tell me about Beverly Cleary's books? They're absolutely timeless, and I hope that future generations continue to read and enjoy them as I have.