Second grade is never dull with Harry in the classroom. He loves to do horrible things, like showing his pet snake to Song Lee and making her scream, or pinning Sidney to the ground and making him say, "I love girls". You never know what Harry will do next!
"The lost hero"
When the diamond on Miss Mackle's engagement ring disappears, the kids in Room 3B are determined to help her find it - especially Harry. The third grade talent show is coming up, and he wants to show off his skills as South School's greatest detective. Meanwhile, Doug has no idea what to do for his act. He can't sing like Dexter, or dance like Ida, or solve mysteries like Harry. Now the best friends have to find both Doug's talent and the teacher's diamond, or else the talent show will be a horrible disaster for everyone!
For Harry, his second grade classroom, Room 2B, is the best place in the world. His teacher, Miss Mackle, is setting up an ant farm. And Harry is sure he will be chosen to take care of the creepy, crawly critters. After all, no one loves horrible things, like ants, more than Harry. When Horrible Harry and his classmates send ants climbing up the stairs of the school, no one is shocked. Find out why, and join Harry in three more adventures (including one with a deadly fish tank) in this lively audio production.
All the students in Room 2B are getting ready for Christmas. They are excited and filled with holiday spirit. But when their teacher, Miss Mackle, sits down in her chair, it breaks, and she gets hurt! Now Miss Mackle has to spend Christmas in the hospital. The students don't feel like celebrating any more. It's up to Harry to think of a present that will cheer her up and bring the holiday mood back. Will Harry find a gift that is wonderful--and horrible--enough?
The school year is ending, and Song Lee has invited Harry and some other classmates to an amusement park for a party. Everyone is looking forward to the rides: canoeing down the waterfall on Kasploosh Mountain, enjoying the '60s music and cars on Main Street, and floating through the Haunted House. But when Sydney starts talking about the newest ride, the Drop of Doom, Harry turn pale. It is an elevator that falls 13 floors! Harry usually loves horrible things. Why isn’t he excited about the Drop of Doom?
In Room 2B, Horrible Harry is best at thinking up yukky ideas. He loves to play with slugs, spiders, and all sorts of other icky stuff. But sometimes even Harry’s most horrible plans turn out to be good. Horrible Harry and the rest of the South School gang are busy in four lively new adventures. Help Harry try to figure out who his mysterious Secret Pal is. Sing along with his group as they put on a Deadly Skit. Go with him on a secret spiderweb mission. And, finally, let Harry show you how to make a whole bowlful of his specialty: green slime. The time spent in Room 2B is never dull with Horrible Harry around!
When Horrible Harry starts third grade, he expects everything will be familiar. He is sure he will have the same teacher, the same class, and the same room. But when he walks through the door the first day, he discovers that the school is as unfamiliar as Mars! Soon Harry and the other students in Room 3B are sharing their souvenirs from the summer. Everyone is trying to read the cursive writing on the bulletin board. Some things haven’t changed, though. Harry is planning to bring his creepy, crawly pet to school.
When the kids in Room 3B study their ancestors, they find out something amazing about Ida: Her great-great grandmother sailed on the Titanic! Now Harry and his friends wish they could go to sea, too, and a field trip to a real riverboat gives them the perfect chance. An elementary school teacher for 27 years, Suzy Kline uses her classroom experiences to create wonderfully original characters and situations for her engaging books about Horrible Harry, Song Lee, and the rest of the unforgettable kids in Room 3B.
Suzy Kline’s best-selling Horrible Harry series is a favorite of kids and their parents and teachers alike. It’s been raining cats and dogs all week, and the students in Room 3B are getting restless - especially that rascal Harry! The kids have always wondered about the strange, locked closet in the back of Miss Mackle’s classroom. Now they might just get a chance to find out what’s inside.
For Horrible Harry and all the other students in Miss Mackle’s third grade class, Halloween is the holiday with the most fun. Everybody wears a costume - even Miss Mackle. And each year, Horrible Harry has the spookiest disguise. So now, when Halloween arrives, the students wonder what Harry will be this year. Join Horrible Harry and the students of Room 3B in five spirited adventures that result from Harry’s unusual costume. Chapters including "Water, Water Everywhere!" and "The Case of the Missing Pixie Dust" will delight beginning readers and have them looking for more in the popular series.
Horrible Harry thinks he's the world's second-best detective (second to Sherlock Holmes, of course), but the rest of the kids in Room 3B aren't as sure. So he's determined to prove himself by solving the latest mystery at South School: a cafeteria contest has just begun, and Harry wants to figure out how to win it. He knows Mrs. Funderburke is using a mathematical code to decide each day's winners, but can he crack the code before Mary tattles on him? Or will his private-eye days come to a horrible end?
"The Kids Love Harry, This One Seems Thin"
Doug thought he knew everything about his best friend, Harry...until he discovers that Harry has a secret hideout in the woods just outside of South School. Unfortunately Harry can't keep his hideout a secret much longer because the land is going to be sold and turned into a big apartment building - unless he and the rest of the kids in room 3B can save it.
Everyone in Mrs. Mackle’s class knows that Horrible Harry likes to do horrible things. That’s how he got his nickname. He likes gross things, too, like the dead flies Song Lee brought in to feed the class water frog. But when someone sends Song Lee two “I hate you” notes, no one thinks of Harry. He wouldn’t send such mean notes to the nicest person in the class. All the students wonder who wrote them - and what Song Lee is going to do.
Horrible Harry has caused a lot of trouble at school, but this time, he's taken it to a new level. When Sid ruins an origami insect Song Lee made, Harry defends her - by targeting Sid for some serious revenge. No one knows when, where, or how, but Harry is determined to get back at Sid! Will it be on Pajama Day, when the kids wear their PJs to school? Will it happen in Room 3B? Or will Harry's horrible plan mean Sid is the only one not invited to Harry's ninth birthday party?
"Good for kids ages 5-8."
Nearly every kid in Room 3B is trying to get picked for the South School Safety Patrol Squad - especially Harry. Harry wants a star badge just like his grandpa's, so he works extra hard to be the perfect student: hanging up his jacket neatly, organizing the crayons in rainbow order, and - his favorite part - cleaning up sticky noodles off the floor after lunch. But Doug thinks someone is taking the power of Safety Patrol too far, maybe even using it to cheat at the Spring Book Fair Raffle!
The school year is almost over, and the students at South School are wild. Those who misbehave are sent to the Suspension Room. There, a big, hairy guy with a bulky bag full of heavy things guards them all day. What does he do to them, and what’s in his bag? Horrible Harry’s curiosity is growing. He is determined to see what happens in the Suspension Room - even if it means going there himself. But going to the Suspension Room means Harry has to get into trouble first. How much is he willing to risk?
One of the kids in Room 3B is breaking the rules - and this time, it's not Horrible Harry! There is a sub in Room 3B for the day, and all she cares about is following the rules. So when Harry gets caught playing with the origami pig Song Lee has made for her grandmother, the strict teacher puts the pig straight into the June Box - a "jail" where toys are held captive until the end of the school year. Desperate to rescue her pig, Song Lee does something unthinkable. And both she and Harry end up facing the consequences.
One day in October, Miss Mackle brings a comfy sofa into her classroom. Horrible Harry and the other students love the bright yellow moons that decorate its covering. Soon the whole class starts gathering information about the moon. The students wish they had a telescope, so they could really study the moon. Join Horrible Harry and his friends as they find a way to have their very own moonwatch. Of course, Horrible Harry is also planning a surprise for the class! The four adventures in Horrible Harry Goes to the Moon are sure to keep young readers laughing out loud.
Suzy Kline’s zany Horrible Harry books continue to delight young readers. The 25th entry in the series finds Harry once again up to his ears in problems. Harry has an overdue library book and a classmate just won’t stop calling him names. He’s last in line to be the room 3B VIP and to top it all off, it’s cold and icy out, which means outdoor recess has been cancelled. If something doesn’t start going his way soon, Harry’s going to go cuckoo! But then hope arrives from an unexpected place.
The kids in room 3B have found out that their teacher, Miss Mackle, is engaged! But who is the lucky groom? Leave it to Harry and his best friend, Doug, to find out. Harry goes into detective mode, and wastes no time starting his investigation. Doug is willing to help - until he sees Harry stealing a piece of evidence.
"The Kids Love Harry"