Being a classroom hamster means having to be ready for anything - but suddenly there are a lot of big surprises in Humphrey's world. Some are exciting, like seeing the playground during a fire drill and getting to roll around in a hamster ball. But some aren't so good, like a cat creeping around, a different janitor who might be from another planet, and the most shocking thing of all - the possibility of Mrs. Brisbane retiring. Even with all that's going on, Humphrey makes time to help a few classmates with their problems. But could Mrs. Brisbane leaving school be one problem that's just too big for this little guy to solve? Friendship According to Humphrey received a Christopher Award, and kids voted The World According to Humphrey the winner of children's choice awards in six states. Plus, it's been nominated for ten others.More
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The book was awesome
- Shelly G
We do listen almost weekly. My son (age 9) surprisingly loves it. Its a great little story.
Great story. Nothing offensive. Humphrey the hamster really enjoys learning with the children in his class. and has adventures, too.
I personally enjoyed how Humphrey goes home with each child including the teacher and we get a glimpse as teachers as real people. Something young kids don't really think about.
Yes, the story keeps moving smoothly.
No, just that this is a first of many for my family.