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The kids in room 3B have found out that their teacher, Miss Mackle, is engaged! But who is the lucky groom? Leave it to Harry and his best friend, Doug, to find out. Harry goes into detective mode, and wastes no time starting his investigation. Doug is willing to help - until he sees Harry stealing a piece of evidence. Doug can't believe it! But Harry thinks his risky move is worth it. After all, he manages to crack the case and tells everyone who Miss Mackle is going to marry. But does Harry really have all the facts, or has he made a horrible mistake?
©2006 Suzy Kline, Frank Remkiewicz; (P)2008 Penguin
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By Erin Y. on 10-29-12

The Kids Love Harry

We have loved Horrible Harry since stumbling across the Christmas one in our local library's audio section. The antics of the kids are mainly truly kidlike, and there are rarely black and white villains and good-guys. My kids (4, 5-1/2 now) are entertained by Harry stories for many, many listenings, and I find myself able to hang with a 5th or 8th listen as well. Harry himself is so imperfect but likeable.

I do wish that the gender-roles were not quite so stereotypical and prominent in these books. Also, although the character Sid is complex - he's often Harry's bad guy, but he's not all-bad, and sometimes Sid and Harry make peace - I haven't yet encountered the same complexity to the character Mary.

This particular book should be listened-to before "Cracks the Code." I love the names of the characters, especially the adults, and the little details that make the adults seem more real, not just peripheral cartoons.

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By Kari on 10-31-09

Good for ages 5-8.

I personally haven't listened to the Horrible Harry audiobooks but have read several to my kids. Harry isn't actually as horrible as you might expect from the descriptions.

My 6 year old and 8 year old love to listen to these books at bedtime. My MIL who teaches grade two also recommends them to her students.

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