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Harriet The Spy
Harriet The Spy
Author: Louise Fitzhugh
ISBN: 2900
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Book Type: Hardcover
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SouthernChelz avatar reviewed Harriet The Spy on + 216 more book reviews
Wonderful book for teens. There is a few things that pertain to the female body maturing that made it a bit awkward for me while reading to ALL of my children but other than that, it is a sweet coming of age book.
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FROM THE PUBLISHER
When Harriet Welsch grows up, she wants to be an author. So, she figures it's a good way to practice for her future vocation by writing down everything she sees on her spy route in a secret notebook. You can imagine her horror when the secret notebook is confiscated by her classmates and read aloud! Now Harriet's knee-deep in trouble as the tables are turned on her.
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Harriet is determined to grow up and be a famous author and practices by following nan regular spy route each day and writing down everything she sees in her secret notebook. Then one morning her classmates find her spy notebook and read it out loud! Harriet's in big trouble. The other sixth-graders are stealing her tomato sandwiches, forming a spy-catcher club, and writing notes of their own - all about Harriet!
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I loved this book when I was young.
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Harriet Welsch is determined to grow up and be a famous author. In the meantime, she practices by following a regular spy route each day and writing down everything she sees in her secret notebook. Then one morning, Harriet's life is turned upside down. Her classmates find her spy notebook and read it out loud. Harriet's in big trouble. The other sixth-graders are stealing her tomato sandwiches, forming a spy-catcher club, and writing notes of their own -- all about Harriet!
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An awesome book- I've read it at least 15 times!
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Grade 3-5-Harriet is determined to become a famous author. In the meantime, she practices by following a regular spy route each day and writing down everything she sees in her secret notebook. Her life is turned upside down when her classmates find her notebook and read it aloud!
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1964 Hardcover edition.


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