9780380709120

Henry Huggins

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  • ISBN13:

    9780380709120

  • ISBN10:

    0380709120

  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 4/12/2011
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publications

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Summary

Henry Huggins feels that nothing very interesting ever happens to him. But from the moment a stray dog in the drugstore begs for a taste of his ice-cream cone and downs it in one gulp, everything is different. Henry names the dog Ribsy and decides to keep him. Before Henry even reaches home with Ribsy he spends all of his money, gets kicked off three buses, and enjoys a hair-raising ride in a police car. And that's only the beginning of Henry's exciting new life!

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 2
Henry and Ribsp. 7
Gallons of Guppiesp. 30
Henry and the Night Crawlersp. 55
The Green Christmasp. 80
The Pale Pink Dogp. 108
Finders Keepersp. 136
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Henry Huggins
50th Anniversary Edition
Chapter One
Henry and Ribs

Henry Huggins was in the third grade. His hair looked like a scrubbing brush and most of his grown-up front teeth were in. He lived with his mother and father in a square white house on Klickitat Street. Except for having his tonsils out when he was six and breaking his arm falling out of a cherry tree when he was seven, nothing much happened to Henry.

I wish something exciting would happen, Henry often thought.

But nothing very interesting ever happened to Henry, at least not until one Wednesday afternoon in March. Every Wednesday after school Henry rode downtown on the bus to go swimming at the Y.M.C.A. After he swam for an hour, he got on the bus again and rode home just in time for dinner. It was fun but not really exciting.

When Henry left the Y.M.C.A. on this particular Wednesday, he stopped to watch a man tear down a circus poster. Then, with three nickels and one dime in his pocket, he went to the comer drugstore to buy a chocolate ice cream cone. He thought he would eat the ice cream cone, get on the bus, drop his dime in the slot, and ride home.

That is not what happened.

He bought the ice cream cone and paid for it with one of his nickels. On his way out of the drugstore he stopped to look at funny books. It was a free look, because he had only...Henry Huggins
50th Anniversary Edition
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