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When all the grownups constantly say, "Don't touch!" Dan finds something he can safely squeeze, smash, and pound, to his heart's content.
Herbie's experiences in the third grade include finding bones in the boys' bathroom, wandering away from his class on their field trip, and being promoted to a higher reading group.
Herbie's sure that Hamburger Head will make a great pet, but Herbie's dad hates dogs. Can Herbie convince him that Hamburger Head is the perfect pet?
When Ray decides to throw a party for his ninth birthday, in competition with another boy with the same birthday and more money, he asks his best friend Herbie to help him find an idea that is new, exciting, and free.
Disaster strikes when Annabelle trusts Herbie Jones and Raymond with the job of picking up the class's gift to their teacher.
Lions and tigers and bears - in Herbie's attic? Herbie's never slept in the attic before. Now he has to stay up there for two weeks while his granddad is visiting. Everything seems spookier in the dark. Herbie hopes having his best friend, Raymond, sleep over will help his first-night jitters. But there's an animal loose in the neighborhood, and Herbie's been hearing strange things at night -- is there really something to fear?
Strike-out king, Herbie Jones, feels that this summer is ruined when his uncle arrives to coach a baseball team and asks Herbie to join up.
Herbie, Ray, and their second-grade classmates learn more about treating each other with respect.
When his best friend's family plans to move away, Herbie Jones does what he can to cope with the change.
Herbie meets a new teacher and makes a new friend on his first day of second grade.
Third grade isn't looking too good for Herbie Jones. Not only is he stuck being in the lowest reading group in class, but also he has to be good for the entire field trip to the museum! How is Herbie ever going to make it through the year?
Herbie Jones and Raymond Martin haven't been friends for long, but they already know they can count on each other in a pinch. When the class promises not to laugh when they make a mistake or do something silly, the boys are certain they can keep it. But when their teacher says that everyone can wear slippers in class, Raymond gets worried. He doesn't have any to bring. There is an extra pair in Herbie's house, but there is a small problem--they are his sister's. Of course Herbie comes up with a plan to save the day. And when the buddies walk into class each wearing one girl's slipper and one boy's, no one laughs.
This book has as many surprises as there are presents under a Christmas tree including a zombie, a lost dog, Christmas slime, a brave, generous camel, a soldier and the family who miss him, Christmas carols, mice caught snitching tinsel from the Christmas tree, and lots of candles and fun. These are short holiday stories and poems to read again and again
It?s a busy time in Room 2B?an ant observation project is beginning, Miss Mackle is teaching square dancing, and class pictures are being taken. Then one of the fish from the 2B fish tank goes belly-up! Is Harry to blame? .
Mary is always neat and organized, while Harry is horribly messy. But even Mary's carefully planned schedule can't help when things go wrong at her own birthday party. The party is supposed to start with the kids from Room 3B taking an exciting train ride, but when their train is delayed not one . . . not two . . . but three times, Mary's plan is completely ruined! She thinks the only thing that can make her feel better is cup after cup of sugary Island Punch--even after her mom tells her to stop. But what Mary doesn't know is that Harry has his own wacky ideas for saving Mary's big day. Can the kids still have fun even when nothing's going the way it's supposed to, or will this be the most horrible birthday ever?
It's Christmastime, but with Miss Mackle in the hospital, no one feels much like celebrating. Maybe Harry can think of a way to cheer up Miss Mackle and put the holiday spirit back in Room 2B.
When the post office has donated a real mailbox to room 3B, everyone gets jobs as sorters, stackers, and carriers. ZuZu is in charge of the misaddressed, or dead, letters. But Harry discovers that a thief is using the mailbox for something other than letters. Will he sort out what?s going on? Or will Harry deliver some horribly wrong conclusions? .
There's a war in Room 3B! Horrible Harry and Song Lee are in a fight, and nobody in Room 3B is happy. Harry and Song Lee have been best friends since kindergarten. Song Lee always laughs at Harry's jokes, they both love gross things, and they even got married on the playground in second grade. But ever since Miss Mackle let them work together on a project about dragons, Song Lee hasn't spoken to Harry! Will someone wave the white flag soon and end this war over . . . dragons? .
It's the last day of second grade for the kids in Room 2B! Everyone's excited about Song Lee's end-of-the-year party at Mountainside 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 Sidney show everyone Harry's a yellow canary? And will Harry have to live through third grade at Sid's mercy? As always, Harry's appeal is that he's both gross and vulnerable.
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. ? -- Booklist Suzy 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. .
A secret teacher party is happening in the library, but who is the party for? Harry and Doug plan to find out, but when they discover Harry's pet cat, Googer, skulking around their classroom, they have to catch him before anyone else does! They chase The Goog all over school--even into places students (and cats) aren't allowed. Will the boys capture The Goog without being caught themselves? Or will Harry's cat get him into the most horrible trouble ever? .
Harry leads a mission to place cobwebs all over school, shows the class how to make green slime, and stages a ?deadly skit? that has everyone on the edge of their seats.
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! This is Harry's chance to stop the horrible bully and prove that he deserves a special star. Can he do it?
The holiday season is here, and the kids in Room 3B are learning about all the different ways people celebrate. In addition to Christmas and Hanukkah, there?s Kwanzaa, Three Kings? Day, Korean New Year, and more. All the talk about holidays has everyone feeling festive. Everyone, that is, except Harry. He doesn?t seem to care about the holidays, the class pet, or even the new student in class. It?s clear that something is bugging Harry?but what could it be? .
Everyone in Room 3B knows that if Miss Mackle sees you playing with toys at your desk, she'll confiscate them for her June Box. So when a substitute teacher catches good-girl Song Lee with a pink origami pig, into the June Box it goes. The problem is that this origami was to be a birthday present for Song Lee's grandmother. So Song Lee does the unthinkable: she breaks into the June Box to free her pig. Now Harry, Doug, and the rest of the kids have to work together--before they all wind up in horrible trouble!
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