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by T. Ross,Miranda Richardson,Francesca Simon

Download Horrid Henry and the Mega-mean Time Machine eBook
ISBN:
0752872265
Author:
T. Ross,Miranda Richardson,Francesca Simon
Language:
English
Publisher:
Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ); Unabridged edition (July 1, 2005)
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1601 kb
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1668 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
829


The new book of stories about a bestselling character. 'Forget Harry Potter, it's a wicked, spiteful boy who's really firing kids' imaginations' says THE GUARDIAN. Unabridged.
  • Camper
These books are not appropriate for children, by any means. In the beginning of each story, I thought to myself, "What a terrible attitude this child has, I can't wait for the end where he learns to listen." That never happens. The only thing these books teach are how to disrespect your parents and disregard all authority. I would never recommend these to anyone.
  • Maman
Great for young boys who don't enjoy reading. The stories are short enough to read for book reports but long enough to have a good story line that keeps their attention.
  • huckman
Out grandson who is 9 years loves this book.
  • breakingthesystem
In a few words and simple sketches we get a glimpse of human character through the eyes of a kid: "it's not fair". Jealousy, pride, and the innocence of fantasy... All packed in funny stories.
  • Went Tyu
very much enjoyed
  • Braendo
Unfortunately, I bought each book for my seven year old son. Even he could not believe how "horrible" Henry behaved with absolutely NO consequences. One book has Henry singing about hitting an old person on the head with a cane. I am "horrified" that these books are published and further shocked they have been endorsed by parents. These books are so deplorable I will not pass along to friends or donate. They will end up in the garbage where they belong. Reckless content pretty much sums it up. Oh, I looked at the author's photo and let's just say I wasn't surprised.
  • Wenyost
(Review dictated by my 9-year old son)
It was interesting because it had lots of funny moments. I liked it.
8yr old son loved, couldn't put it down. I Like the fact that he found something he likes to read.