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New York : VIKING, 2017.
©2017
Description:
69 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Summary:
Spurred on by the promise of a mystery prize, Harry and Doug are determined to win the most points on Field Day, but Harry's sneaky tactics annoy their competition, making the two boys targets for revenge.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 7 up.
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LCCN:
2017014998
ISBN:
9780425290361 (hardback)
System Availability:
4
Current Holds:
0
Control Number:
205378
Call Number:
x Kli
Course Reserves:
0
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4
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Author Notes
Suzy Kline has written thirty-five previous Horrible Harry books. She is also the author of numerous popular children's books, including the Orp books and the Herbie Jones series. She taught elementary school for twenty-seven years and now does scores of school visits in addition to her writing. You can visit her atwww.suzykline.com.<br> <br> Amy Wummer has illustrated many children's books, including the Marvin Redpost series by Louis Sachar and a number of previous books in the Horrible Harry series. She and her husband live in Reading, Pennsylvania, with their three children.
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Harry and Doug can't wait for field day, especially with a secret prize waiting for the winner. Doug worries when Harry is tricking his way to the top, but other students start cheating as payback. While the characters' cycle of cheating and apologizing becomes repetitive, readers should enjoy the genuine, lighthearted antics, accompanied by pen-and-ink spot illustrations. (c) Copyright 2019. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
Summary
Horrible Harry is at it again in a rollicking story of Field Day adventures, mishaps...and revenge! <br> <br> It's one of the best days at South School- Field Day! That means bean bag tosses, relay races, and tug of war. When Mr. Deltoid announces students will pair up to compete for a mystery prize, Harry and Dougare determined to win. But at what cost? Harry's sneaky tactics leave Sid and Mary grumbling. They even claim he's cheating. Harry insists he's playing fair and square. Doug doesn't know what to think! He must prove his best friend is innocent before his classmates seek Field Day revenge.Can they win and play by the rules, or will the highlight of the year be a horrible disaster?
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