School According to Humphrey Paperback – 20 Jan 2011
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School According to Humphrey is another heart-warming story from the phenomenally successful series by Betty G. Birney: Humphrey is back, and this time he's making new friends in the classroom!
About the Author
Betty G. Birney has written episodes for many children's television shows and is the author of over thirty-five picture books. Her work has won many awards, including an Emmy and three Humanitas Prizes. She lives in America with her husband and son.
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Top Customer Reviews
The new book is about how Humphrey - and the Class - cope with the start of a new school year and the changes this brings. It moves along at a good pace and there are plenty of amusing and fun incidents to keep the reader keen. I may be a "grown up", but I love the Humphrey books - and my son brought his book to me and recommended it, once he had finished reading it (at an amazing pace!).
Definitely one to buy - and I would recommend the whole set. A good way to encourage a reluctant reader - and suitable for both boys and girls.
A great series of books for children from say 6 to 11 years.
And adults say from 6 to 75 years (there is a saying " look into an old mans face and you will see the twinkling eyes of a child " ;-)
Thank for reading
Phoenix Jones Cowie
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter loved this, she couldn't put the book down. Its easy to read and she enjoyed reading it. She is obsessed with animals so this was great for her.Published 22 months ago by helenwatson
I loved it I liked the hamster and the frog bye the way it turned out that they don't go to a new class roomPublished on 23 Mar. 2014 by Ms Susan Davidson
It is a great book sadly a little short but it was very interesting a funny tale and I enjoyed it every momentPublished on 21 Aug. 2013 by Peter Dallen
I loved this book. It had a lot of character and best of all it kept me entertained .
I would recommend this book to children aged 5_12 years