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Henry and the Paper Route Newbery Medal Winning Author Beverly Cleary Gives Readers A Hero They Ll Relate To And Root For In This Comical And Inspiring Novel About Henry Huggins S Mission To Prove Himself Worthy Of His Very Own Paper Route.All The Older Kids Work Their Own Paper Route, But Because Henry Is Not Eleven Yet, Mr Capper Won T Let Him Desperate To Change His Mind, Henry Tries Everything He Can Think Of To Show He S Mature And Responsible Enough For The Job From Offering Free Kittens To New Subscribers, To Hauling Hundreds Of Pounds Of Old Newspapers For His School S Paper Drive, There S Nothing Henry Won T Try But It Might Just Be The Irrepressible Ramona Quimby Who Shows Mr Capper Just How Capable Henry Is.


10 thoughts on “Henry and the Paper Route

  1. says:

    Dad Hey Poppy, will you go get Gwen She was just here.Poppy Yeah.Eleanor Are you writing the introduction.Dad I am Although it s lacking I don t have much to say We re just all waiting for Gwen.INTRODUCTIONWe spent too long reading this book We started this back in like April And we re in August I just didn t keep up with it We read a bunch of one night books in the mean time.I do love Beverly Cleary, though.Dad Poppy, tell me something that you remember about the book.Poppy I r Dad Hey Poppy, wil...


  2. says:

    Henry really wants a paper route of his own, but at first he s a year too young, and then a new kid moves to the neighborhood and quickly becomes competitionCharlie is just loving the Henry books so far, and it s fun to read them with him althou...


  3. says:

    3.5


  4. says:

    These are the tales of Henry Huggins, paper boy at the age of 10 Sisters Beezus and Ramona show up quite a bit here too.This book came out in 1957, when I was 8 years old Within a few years, I can remember reading many stories such as these by beloved author and Oregon native Beverly Cleary However, I did not get my paper route until I had reached the advanced age of 15 The Paper Drive is quite a funny tale of Henry s adventure of collecting old newspapers and magazines for a school paper d These are the tale...


  5. says:

    Once again, another clever Cleary tale, told from the perspective of Henry Huggins, neighbor of the famed Ramona Quimby We listened to this on audio and it passed many a mile At times we even laughed out loud Hard to believe that paper rou...


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here My favorite part was when Henry found a way to stop Ramona from bothering him on his paper route My least favorite part was when Ramona kept taking the papers and throwing them randomly at houses.


  7. says:

    The real heroes of this story, as perhaps is true for many children, are Henry s parents When the school has a drive for old newspapers and magazines, Henry advertises around the neighborhood and ends up succeeding beyond his own abilities Ramona gets involved and ruins a few things Beezus is there, sick of Ramona and trying to help Henry And Henry s parents heroically haul and bundle stacks of paper for days Henry Huggins and his mother and father tie together old newspapers and magazines, The real heroes of this story, as perhaps is true for many children, are Henry s parents When the school has a drive for old newspapers and magazines, Henry advertises around the neighborhood and ends up succeeding beyond his own abilities Ramona gets involved and ruins a few things Beezus is there, sick of Ramona and trying to help Henry And Henry s parents heroically haul and bundle stacks of paper for days Henry Huggins and his mother and father tie together old newspapers and magazines, filthy and getting rained on, for three days and then haul them in carloads to the school When I was about 16, I decided to cook an elaborate French feast for my parents and some family friends My mom mostly let me drive things, and she funded Cornish hens, fixings for chocolate truffles, and anything that seemed Frenchy to me in way of sides About three hours in, my soup wouldn t thicken and the hens were browning on the outside but cold inside, and the truffles melted befo...


  8. says:

    What is a very important thing to do That is Henry Huggin s main question in this book It is one we can all relate to, I m sure, when we find ourselves doing something rather dull or seemingly unimportant And that question can have several different answers, depending on your point of view After seeing Scooter, an older school chum, selling newspapers, Henry sets out to get a newspape...


  9. says:

    This installment of the Henry Huggins series does not disappoint As soon as I read the final sentence and closed the book, Isabelle shouted, Five stars In this book, Henry shows compassion, initiative, drive, and determination He sees four adorable kittens and goes to great lengths to keep them from being sent to the pound He wants a paper route, and by golly, he will convince Mr Capper that he is responsible enough to have one His school has a paper drive, and inspired by an off hand This installment of the Henry Huggins series does not disappoint As so...


  10. says:

    This was another interesting book in the Henry canon I always liked how determined Henry was to reach his goals, no matter the obstacles Like most of the Cleary books written in the 1950 s, it s interesting to see some dated references such as the terminology like mechanical man for robot I got a kick out of the references to the Bugs Bunny cartoons that Henry saw in the theater being an animation fan, I was able to guess a couple of the ones that Henry saw based on a the descriptions This was ano...


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