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Horrible Harry Moves up to the Third Grade Paperback – July 10, 2000
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Grade 2-3-Not much has changed since second grade: Harry is gross and horrible, and he's still Sidney's sworn enemy. When Sidney is frightened by Harry's pet spider and kills it, war breaks out between the two boys, with their friend Doug caught in the middle. Doug, however, has other problems, most notably the proposed field trip to the Old New-Gate Prison and Copper Mine. His fear of the mine threatens to prevent him from going on the excursion, but Harry is there to help. The themes of fears and friendship are nicely blended as this beginning chapter book moves quickly to its exciting conclusion. The inclusion of an eerie ghost story, some of Harry's pranks, and realistic teasing between the children make this an enjoyable read.
Linda Bindner, formerly at Athens Clarke County Library, GA
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.
Gr. 2^-3, younger for reading aloud. Horrible Harry and his pals at South School return for another adventure in this chapter book. Harry is now in third grade, as are his best friend, Doug, who narrates the story, and his archenemy, Sidney. When their teacher arranges a field trip to an underground mine, Doug admits to Harry that he is afraid. Meanwhile, Sidney kills Harry's pet spider. During the field trip, Harry calms Doug's frayed nerves and manages to play a great practical joke on Sidney to get even. When Sidney disappears, however, Harry is just as worried as his classmates. The boys set a good example for young readers by making up when Sidney is found--Harry even hugs him. Harry's many fans will clamor for this enjoyable story. Lauren Peterson --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.
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