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?
Young readers love each of Horrible Harry’s adventures. This series is perfect for reluctant readers, too. Filled with equal measures of suspense and fun, Horrible Harry and the Dungeon will soon have you laughing out loud. Johnny Heller’s narration is as spirited as Harry and his friends.
We love Horrible Harry - meaning my kids and I. These books are full of second-grader bad behaviors but more than tempered by bravery, creativity, and kindness The kids are fairly realistic, the antics within the realm of possible. None of the poor language and plain old meanness in some kids' books today.