Taming Horrible Harry

Taming Horrible Harry

Book - 2006
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This is a charming story about one really bad monster who learns to change his ways. Written originally in French, and illustrated with delightfully ghoulish paintings by the Québecois artist known simply as Rogé, Taming Horrible Harry is a wonderful tale about the power of stories.

At the gates of a beautiful forest, Harry the monster lies in wait. One day, as monsters are wont to do, he frightens a little girl, who runs away leaving behind a peculiar object. Harry picks it up, turns it over, bites it ... spits it out, and throws it down in a fury! He wonders what kind of a thing he has found. As it turns out, the object is a book ... and one way or another, Harry learns to read it, and his life is changed forever.

This delightful story will enchant both young readers and their parents, teachers, and librarians, as they discover together, the magic of reading.
Publisher: Toronto : Tundra Books, c2006.
ISBN: 9780887767722
0887767729
Characteristics: [32] p. :,col. ill. ;,27 cm.

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