Horrible Harry and the Dungeon
There?s a new rule at South School?if you misbehave, you go to the Suspension Room (or ?the Dungeon,? as the students of Room 2B call it). The rumors are flying about what actually goes on down there, but Harry won?t be satisfied until he finds out for himself. ?Fans of Song Lee, Harry, and Doug will enjoy the latest simple chapter-book about school matters that loom large and surprise you.? -- BooklistSuzy Kline is the author of ten books that star Horrible Harry and Song Lee. She lives in Connecticut. Frank Remkiewicz is the illustrator of the Horrible Harry and Song Lee books as well as the popular Froggy series. He lives in Florida.
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Horrible Harry and the Dungeon is a story that gives a realistic view of young children. In this story Harry, like most children his age, lets his imagination run wild. In this book Harry trying to ... Read full review
I am eight years old and I read this book with my class and I really liked it. Harry is a very imaginative kid 'cause if you look in the books in the series some of them are about weird creatures that are in they're class. Example: in Horrible Harry and the Purple People Harry saw about ten Purple People but everyone else saw none. yah yah i know i am a kid that uses a lot of big words just get on with it! Now if everyone is done listening to those people i would like to continue with my review on the book. Harry's friends sometimes act like that too but in the part that re-told you. Example: in this particular harry had to go to the dungeon (the suspension room) and his friend, Song Lee was viewing the dungeon in his head but really only harry called it a dungeon and Song Lee believed him so he thought there will be chains and weapons and all that stuff from the 1850's. sorry if i gave away some parts in this book if you were going to read it.
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