Laura’s review of From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by Laura (new)

Laura Wallace but then, Harriet the Spy taught me the same thing.

message 2: by Kathleen (new)

Kathleen I think if you read Harriet the Spy and The Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler enough as a kid, you are well armed for life in general. Great review - you really captured everything that is fantastic about this book. It has been nearly 40 years since the first time I read it and I still feel connected to it in a very visceral way (Harriet even more so, if that is possible).

message 3: by Dorcas (new)

Dorcas LOVE LOVED LOOOOVED this book when I was a kid. I just found it again here on GR (I had forgotten the title) and it was like a piece if my childhood had been returned to me. Great review!

message 4: by Suzy (new)

Suzy Lola, I just finished listening to this book and LOVED it! I was a young adult when it was first published so I had never heard of it before seeing here on GR. I loved the young person's perspective you shared in your review - made me enjoy the book that much more. Thanks.

message 5: by Maribel (new)

Maribel Acosta I am a kid well on someone phone we are reading this in my class 5th grade anyone know about the Italian renaissance

message 6: by Jen (new)

Jen When I was a kid I loved this and loved Harriet the Spy too! :)

message 7: by Z (new)

Z Cat How did you get the school copy?

message 8: by Carolyn (new)

Carolyn Higle can you tell me how Claudia 's character changes thought out the book. my son had to read this book...amd I can't help him with his project because I haven't had time to read it. Please please please help

message 9: by E (new)

E I read this in seventh grade, and it was a great book, although it did'nt strike my interest as much as Percy Jackson.

message 10: by Amy C. Foster (new)

Amy C. Foster How do I read the book

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