Dump Trucks and Dogsleds (Hank Zipzer, #16)
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Dump Trucks and Dogsleds (Hank Zipzer #16)

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When Hank first heard that his mom was having a baby boy, he wasn't so thrilled. And when he finds out that the baby will be sharing his room, Hank is positively outraged! To make things easier, Dad suggests he take Hank and Emily away for some bonding. But on the first day of their trip, a freak snowstorm arrives. And then they get a call that the baby is coming early! Ha

Paperback, 160 pages
Published September 15th 2010 by Penguin Group (USA) (first published 2009)
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I am a big fan of Henry Winkler's MG Hank Zipzer series, though as they progressed they seemed to get more forced and exaggerated and less funny/real. This one was okay, a romp through the New England snowscape to get to the hospital in time for Mom to deliver baby Harry, but I prefer many of the earlier ones in the series. One left to read - hope it finishes off the series on a positive note!
This was a really quick read but still entertaining. Hank isn't at all happy about getting a new baby brother and his dad tries to make it up to him by taking Hank and Emily skiing for the weekend. It's too bad that his mom decides to have her baby soon after they get there in the middle of a storm where they bring a new meaning to all terrain trying to reach New York.
Well, this book was a little different from other ones. There were no Principal Love nor Ms. Adolf. Nick McKelty showed up, thougn. And he actually did something good! The ending was so nice and made me smile.
It was really fun.I kept on laughing through the book.Iliked this one the best one yet.I can't what to read the 17.Hank has dyslexia just like me.I think Hank is a lot like Henry Winkler.
I like the Hank Zipzer series but mostly this one. It is my favorite.
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he went to a snowboard trip to get away
Laugh out loud funny.
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Henry Winkler is instantly recognizable and admired by audiences of all ages for his role as the Fonz on the long-running series, Happy Days. In addition, he is an award-winning producer and director of family and children's programming. He is also the author of the critically-acclaimed Hank Zipzer series, which follows the everyday adventures of a bright boy with learning challenges.

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