Harry, I Need You!
Houghton Mifflin, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
It’s morning, and Harry, like many of us, would like to stay in bed just a few minutes longer. But this morning, Harry’s mother wants him to come down to the kitchen right away—she has a surprise for him. But what could it be? Fairy-tale breakfast guests? A dinosaur? Aliens? Maybe an earthquake, a fire, or a flood? What would it take to get this sleepyhead out of bed? Harry imagines one fantastic scene after another until he finally bounds down the stairs, bat in hand, to save the day.
Seymour Chwast’s zany illustrations are the perfect complement to Harry’s wild imagination.
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The book “Harry, I need you!” is about a young boy who doesn’t want to go see what his mother wants downstairs. The book for me wasn’t very good, but it did have one great thing about it. The idea of ... Read full review