Herbie Jones

Herbie Jones Third grade isn t looking too good for Herbie Jones Not only is he stuck being in Apples the lowest reading group in class but he has to get a birthday present for annoying Annabelle and be good for

  • Title: Herbie Jones
  • Author: Suzy Kline
  • ISBN: 9780698119390
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • Herbie Jones

    Third grade isn t looking too good for Herbie Jones Not only is he stuck being in Apples, the lowest reading group in class, but he has to get a birthday present for annoying Annabelle and be good for the entire field trip to the museum How is Herbie ever going to make it through the year

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    1. Amina

      what i think about this book is that in this book their a boy named harryHe does not do good in class because in the story herry doesnot listen to his teacher What i think about this book is that this is a nice book to read

    2. Kristine Hansen

      I liked Herbie and watching his growing love of reading and figuring things out at school. The adventures he got into with his friend Raymond were funny. An enjoyable read, not particularly fast paced, but a good way to pass the time.

    3. Vicki

      Tired of being in the lowest reading group, Herbie & his friend raymond take 2 different approaches to making a change.

    4. Katie Fitzgerald

      Third grader Herbie Jones has a lot on his plate in this 1985 school story. He’s sick of being in the lowest reading group, to the point that he has actually started studying his spelling words. He’s also been invited to a girl’s birthday party, to which he brings a most unfortunately inappropriate gift, and a short while later, he’s forced to go into the girls’ bathroom to face an apparent ghost. On top of that, he has to visit the Reading Supervisor and talk his way out of trouble wh [...]

    5. Oscar

      I enjoyed this book tremendously as a child (to the point where I'm honestly surprised I didn't wear out my library's audio cassette copy). Reading it now as an adult, I found it to be just as charming and fun as I remembered. It's full of unforgettable lines like - "There was yellow barf all over the carrot dish and yellow barf floating in Margie's water glass!" - which will surely delight any child with a penchant for gross-out humour.Herbie Jones is an incredibly authentic kid. He's funny, ea [...]

    6. Jnase1

      Herbie Jones is a third grader miserably stuck in the "Apple" reading group, the lowest reading group in his class. But he and his best friend, Raymond, are determined to make it out of the "Apple" group before the end of the year. And it looks like Herbie might just make it when he scores his first 100 on his spelling test, but he still can't seem to do well on his reading worksheets. Soon, his teacher has him take some assessment tests with a Reaidng Coach who discovers that he is a really goo [...]

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    8. Kip Arney

      A story focusing on the life of a third grader was an enjoyable and easy read. Herbie Jones is just your typical kid who gets into his share of mischief. My only minor complaint about the whole story was that there wasn't one big plot line that needed to get solved at the end, just little stories. But then again, when you're 9 years old in the third grade and you've adopted spiders in the corners of the bathroom in your house, how many problems can you have? Author Suzy Kline did a good job of c [...]

    9. Jill

      I remember loving all the Herbie Jones books in 4th grade. I'd read them again if I had the time, but since I don't, I'll probably hold out and save it to read to nieces/nephews and maybe one day if I'm lucky, my own kids.

    10. Barbara

      Funny, believable, and entertaining. This is early Suzy Kline and I loved it. Third graders come up with wacky solutions to solve their "problems" in the classroom. This would make a great read-aloud for a third grade class.

    11. Becky Straub

      Read this to my 6 & 8 year old kids. They found it quite hilarious. It was a bit dated, however, and I had to either change things on the fly or explain old (1980's) cultural references.

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