So when Miss Mackle assigns the class to act out a fairy tale, Harry takes the opportunity to rewrite the classic "Goldilocks and the Three Bears". And his version gets everyone in room 3B to pay attention to earwigs. But will the class think his play is hilarious . . . or horrible?
©2008 Suzy Kline; (P)2008 Penguin
My kids love Horrible Harry. They were laughing out loud at the end of this one. These stories are good hearted, and the further we get into the series of them, the more well-rounded the kids become - "bad guys" in the first few have good points too. There's no serious meanness, which I really appreciate, and the kids are smart but not in smarty-pants ways. A plus is that I can listen to them over and over without going nuts.
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