Song Lee and the I Hate You Notes

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Author(s): Suzy Kline
Series: Song Lee Series No: 4
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Product Number: 44312
Released: Nov 01, 1999
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ISBN: #9781419363924
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Everyone in Mrs. Mackle's class knows that Horrible Harry likes to do horrible things. That's how he got his nickname. He likes gross things, too, like the dead flies Song Lee brought in to feed the class water frog. But when someone sends Song Lee two "I hate you" notes, no one thinks of Harry. He wouldn't send such mean notes to the nicest person in the class. All the students wonder who wrote them-and what Song Lee is going to do. Beginning readers love each visit to Horrible Harry's classroom, where there are always interesting new things to see and hear. This time, Song Lee is preparing a big surprise, too. Johnny Heller's exuberant narration captures all the energy of this popular series. School Library Journal comments on one of the Horrible Harry books: "Another perfect chapter book for transitional readers."

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Author(s): Suzy Kline
Narrator(s): Johnny Heller
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Product Number Z10656
Released: Jan 22, 2017
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ISBN: #9781490669755
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Author(s): Suzy Kline
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Product Number EB00395149
Released: Jun 05, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Puffin Books
ISBN: #9781101174265
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Author(s): Suzy Kline
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Product Number 13127
Released: Feb 18, 2000
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Publisher: Viking
ISBN: #9780670878871

Professional reviews

"Can you recall the situations and characters from your own second-grade classroom? Suzie Kline has recreated this world in her Song Lee and Horrible Harry books. In this title, the question of who is sending such terrible notes to the nicest person in the class is answered. Johnny Heller reads with respect and understanding of this environment. He convinces the listener of the intensity in a garbage-can kickball game and the class discussion of RAMONA THE PEST. He aptly portrays the despondent student, as well as Miss Mackle's skillful management of hurt feelings. Heller's is a genuine voice for the school experience. A.R. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine"

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