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Horrible Harry Crack the Code by Suzy Kline
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Horrible Harry Crack the Code (edition 2008)

by Suzy Kline (Author)

Series: Horrible Harry (21)

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Horrible Harry must defend his reputation as a detective by cracking the secret code of Mrs. Funderburke's lunch prizes.
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This book is a good realistic fiction because it shows kids how to figure out problems. Genre: realistic fiction. Media: pen Age Appropriateness: intermediate ( )
  kbuxton06 | Sep 21, 2009 |
This book is a good example of realistic fiction. This story could easily take place in a school with students just like the ones who are reading the book. Students are able to imagine themselves in a specific situation without having to live it. The plot of the book is engagin, and relates to the studnets lives. It is applicable and different elements of the plot are doen seamlessly. It is easy to see how in the end our conflict is resolved, and in the meantime students reading this book are engaged in solving the code for themselves. I would use this book in an intermediate classroom. The type of media used is pencil. ( )
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Horrible Harry knows he's the world's second-best detective (second only to Sherlock Holmes, of course), but the rest of the kids in Room 3B aren't as sure. So he's determined to prove himself by solving the latest mystery at South School: a cafeteria contest has just begun, and Harry wants to figure out how to win it. He knows Mrs. Funderburke, the cafeteria lady, is using a special mathematical code-the Fibonacci sequence-to decide each day's winnters, but can he crack the code before Mary tattles on him? Or will Harry's private-eye days come to a horrible end?
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