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Harriet the Spy - Louise Fitzhugh
Harriet the Spy
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780613337595 (061333759X)
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Harriet the Spy (#1)
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Leigha's Little Library
Leigha's Little Library rated it
5.0 Harriet The Spy by Louise Fitzhugh
I have read this again as an adult. The last couple times I was around Harriet's age. It is a lot different from what I remember, and I am highly influenced by what I remember in the movie as I've seen that several times in my adult years. I feel like it still holds up, but honestly maybe not a glow...
Classroom Library
Classroom Library rated it
This book is very interesting and I enjoyed reading it as a reader. Harriet is one noisy character, but she is good at hiding it. She does says and write some not so quite friendly things about people. But, when the people she writes about found out about what Harriet writes, then the tables are tu...
lward2 rated it
4.0 Harriet the Spy
Harriet the Spy is about a girl who writes down everything she notices or feels about everyone, including those she calls her friends. This is a fantastic book that many students can relate to - whether they have felt isolated, bullied, or have been a bully. Students can learn from Harriet the Spy h...
My Classroom Bookshelf
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4.0 Harriet The Spy by Louise Fitzhugh
This book is a story about a girl named Harriet and her trouble with empathy. The girl genuinely cannot feel this emotion. She gets into some trouble when misplaces her notebook. Within this notebook is her feelings and thoughts about everyone she comes into contact with. Which some of what is writt...
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Megan's Blog rated it
5.0 Harriet the Spy
Harriet the Spy is a classic children's book that everyone should have the joy of reading at one point in their life. This book is about Harriet who thinks she is a spy. She comes to learn that sometimes spying on people can be hurtful and get her into trouble. She also learns that things you say an...
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