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Horrible Harry Cracks the Code (Horrible Harry #25)

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Horrible Harry thinks he’s the world’s second-best detective (second to Sherlock Holmes, of course), but the rest of the kids in Room 3B aren’t as sure. So he’s determined to prove himself by solving the latest mystery at South School: a cafeteria contest has just begun, and Harry wants to figure out how to win it. He knows Mrs. Funderburke is using a mathematical code to ...more
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published May 17th 2007 by Viking Books for Young Readers
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A_Susan
May 21, 2012 A_Susan rated it really liked it
Horrible Harry believes Sherlock Holmes is the world’s best detective. He believes he is the world’s second best detective. Harry’s classmates are not so sure of this. At lunch one day, the lunch lady, Mrs. Funderburke announces a new contest. One lunch tray per day will have a sticker on it and the student who gets the lucky tray will win a prize. Mrs. Funderburke is using a mathematical sequence and gives the students the first four numbers in the sequence. After the first day and filling in t ...more
Katie Curry
Harry likes to think of himself as the second-best detective in the world. After suffering a setback in his ability to be right, Harry is determined to make a comeback. Whenever the lunchroom manager comes into his classroom to announce a giveaway, he immediately sees his opportunity. The student who gets a tray with an orange star sticker under their milk carton, which is based on a number she learned in a college class, receives the prize. Harry "cracks the code" and learns that winning isn't ...more
Dolly
Jun 21, 2012 Dolly rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: children starting to read chapter books
This is another interesting story in the Horrible Harry series by Suzy Kline and Frank Remkiewicz. We've read several of the books in this series and found them to be funny, short, and entertaining.

I love that this book introduces children to the Fibonacci sequence of numbers. The explanation is interesting and is woven so neatly into the story that children might not even notice that they are learning something new! I also like that Harry figures out the sequence, but does not use this knowled
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Marlee
Jan 30, 2014 Marlee rated it really liked it
This book was simple, yet fun. I loved the math it included, because it was interesting for my children to try to figure out the Fibonacci sequence. My children found the first chapter to be funny. They have enjoyed all of the books we've read it this series so far. They are very easy to read.
Anya Hubbard
Feb 14, 2015 Anya Hubbard rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Really good

It is a short story but has a fun story line to it.
I would recommend this to any one.
Superreader200
Jul 23, 2015 Superreader200 rated it it was amazing
Horrible Harry has a ketchup war with Sydney, and Mary always tattles on Harry.
Tiffany
Jul 22, 2015 Tiffany rated it liked it
Good easy reader chapter book. Grade 1/2. Some math content, not much.
Kailey
Aug 25, 2015 Kailey rated it liked it
3.5 stars
Melissa Gregory
Harry acts as a detective througout the book to tyr and solve the math mystery of who will win the contest before he gets tattled on. I liked this story. If these stories were around when I was in gradeschhol,I would have loved to read them. I like books about adeventure and thrill and this book definateley keeps you guessing throughout. It is filled with suspence. It would be a great read for grades 3-6.
Callie Stillion
Aug 25, 2013 Callie Stillion rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: all-others
This is a story about Harry, his friends, and his teacher trying to crack a code that seems like a mystery, but isn`t. Other wise, it would be on my 'Mystery' shelf. Horrible Harry`s 'mystery' is a lunch code. Harry know there`s a new lunch rule so he guesses who`s going to find the thing, that the rule is. ...more
Ratforcekids
Horrible Harry is another popular series. The books are written from an elementary school-aged kid's perspective. Readers relate well to the happenings and will look forward to reading more of the books. These books are available in downloadable audio from our website,
Brittney
Oct 01, 2011 Brittney rated it liked it
Horrible Harry is determined to be the best detective. Harry has decided to try and figure out the mathematical code so he can win the contest in the cafeteria. I would use this book in the classroom to show Harry's determination and adventures.
Kristine Hansen
Aug 08, 2012 Kristine Hansen rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kids
What can I say? Any book that teaches the Fibonacci Sequence to 7 year olds is just awesome.
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I looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooed it.
Shelli
May 06, 2009 Shelli rated it it was amazing
Fantastic way to teach students about the Fibonacci Sequence!
Annie
Jun 21, 2013 Annie rated it it was amazing
i liked it because it was more like a mystety.
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Suzy Kline, nee Weaver, was an elementary school teacher for 25 years and most of her books are based on the experiences she had while teaching. Suzy and Rufus got married and had two daughters named Jennifer and Emily. Now, more than 24 years after writing her first book, Suzy has traveled all over the United States helping children learn how to enjoy reading and writing.
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