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Horrible Harry on the Ropes (Horrible Harry #24)

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Normally, Harry loves gym class, and is better than the rest of Room 3B at just about every activity. But he?s dreading the newest challenge?the climbing rope?especially since Sid is great at it. At first, Harry isn?t even willing to try out the rope. But when a special valentine that Song Lee makes for him goes missing, Harry has to conquer his fears to prove who took it. ...more
Hardcover, 80 pages
Published November 12th 2009 by Viking Books for Young Readers (first published 2009)
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Shaun Gallagher
Sep 29, 2014 Shaun Gallagher rated it liked it
I listened to the audiobook version of this book to determine if it was appropriate for my five-year-old to listen to.

There are a few parts that are borderline for that age group -- like when one of the kids is worried that if he falls off the rope, he'll smash his bones, or when Harry confronts a kid whom he suspects stole his Valentine's Day card, and it is implied that Harry wants to give him a pounding.

There are also few parts that I was pleasantly surprised about, like how the kids and teac
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Sydney
Nov 15, 2013 Sydney rated it really liked it
its about there is a new activity in the gym and Harry is afraid of heights so he doesn't go on the climbing the rope chart and only Sidney's name is on it so when the kids get their valentine's Sidney hopes that he gets the card that Song lee had written it said for someone special when he doesn't he gets really mad he swipes the card from Harry's desk and hid it in the top of the hole in the gym he had to climb to the top of the rope and got the card and he conquered his biggest fear.
Marlee
Feb 04, 2014 Marlee rated it really liked it
My children really enjoyed this book. It was especially fun reading it close to Valentine's Day. These books have all been quick, easy reads. They are funny. For an adult they are completely predictable and somewhat dull. However, sharing them with my children, I've found them to be a lot of fun, and even quite funny.
Michael Chang
Dec 27, 2012 Michael Chang rated it really liked it
This book made me feel jealous of Harry because, while Harry was able to overcome his fear of heights and earn praise from his friends and his crush, I was never able to overcome my own fear of heights. However, it was a nice, light read.
Diana Pettis
Jun 26, 2011 Diana Pettis rated it really liked it
My son Xavier read this to me. He is going into third grade and told me it was very funny. Harry learns a very important lesson in his opinion.
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I think it was very, very cool.
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