Horrible Harry and the Drop of Doom

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Viking, Apr 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 57 pages
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Everyone's excited about Song Lee's end-of-the-year party at Moutainside Park. Harry can't wait for the scary rides, so when Sidney dares him to go on the newest one he quickly accepts. But then he realizes that this ride has the one and only horrible thing he hates. Will Sydney show everyone Harry's a yellow canary? And will Harry have to live through third grade at Sid's mercy? Illustrations.

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User Review  - adscrim - LibraryThing

Horrible Harry is such a great series of books. They tell the story of a young boy and his friends (2nd and 3rd grade) in realistic situations that this age could potentially encounter, and how they ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kim - Goodreads

I enjoyed reading this book, and how they all help Harry deal with a fear that he has while one of his classmates makes fun of him over it. It shows just how each of us have fears, and how we can work through them with help from our friends. Read full review


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About the author (1998)

Suzy Kline, author of twenty-one previous Horrible Harry books, lives in West Willington, Connecticut.

Frank Remkiewicz has illustrated numerous books for children. He lives in Sarasota, Florida.

David Martin is the author of the Brand New Readers PIGGY AND DAD and PIGGY AND DAD PLAY, illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz, MONKEY BUSINESS and MONKEY TROUBLE, illustrated by Scott Nash, and THREE LITTLE BEARS, illustrated by Akemi Gutierrez. He has also written several picture books, including WE'VE ALL GOT BELLYBUTTONS!, illustrated by Randy Cecil.
Frank Remkiewicz has loved pigs since his boyhood, as a fan of the FREDDY THE PIG books by Walter R. Brooks. But "the Piggy and Dad books," he says, "represent the pinnacle of my relationship with pigs.