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Harriet The Spy Collins Modern Classics

Harriet The Spy
Author: Louise Fitzhugh
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007393121
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First published by HarperCollinsUS in 1964, this classic children’s novel has sold over 4 million copies and was awarded the New York Times Outstanding Book Award.
Harriet the Spy (Collins Modern Classics)
Language: en
Pages: 288
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-05-05 - Publisher: HarperCollins UK
First published by HarperCollinsUS in 1964, this classic children’s novel has sold over 4 million copies and was awarded the New York Times Outstanding Book Award.
Harriet the Spy
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-07-01 - Publisher: Yearling
It's no secret that Harriet the Spy is a timeless classic that kids will love! Every day can be an adventure if you just look carefully enough! Harriet M. Welsch is a spy. In her notebook, she writes down everything she knows about everyone, even her classmates and her best friends. Then Harriet loses track of her notebook, and it ends up in the wrong hands. Before she can stop them, her friends have read the always truthful, sometimes awful things she’s written about each of them. Will Harriet find a way to put her life and her friendships back together? "What the novel showed me as a child is that words have the power to hurt, but they can also heal, and that it’s much better in the long run to use this power for good than for evil."—New York Times bestselling author Meg Cabot
Harriet the Spy, Double Agent
Language: en
Pages: 160
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh, Maya Gold
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-07-01 - Publisher: Yearling
Harriet is impressed to learn that the girl she has befriended, now called Annie Smith, is the person who not only created three names–Rosarita Sauvage, Yolanda Montezuma, and Zoe Carpaccio–but also three distinct personalities to match. This girl has potential. Being a spy has always been rather solitary, so Harriet is glad to have a new friend and spy partner. But then Harriet realizes that Annie reveals very little about herself, and indeed, is not telling the truth about where she goes and who she meets on the weekend. Sport says he’s in love with the girl, but Annie lets drop she’s in love with an older man. Harriet can’t understand anything at all about this thing called love–even when she asks Ole Golly for advice, she still wonders. But as Harriet unravels Annie’s mystery, she comes to appreciate the many different kinds of love there are. Praise for Harriet the Spy® and Her Friends Harriet the Spy® “Harriet is . . . wholly relatable whether you’re eleven or several times that age.”—EW.com Harriet Spies Again By Louise Fitzhugh and Helen Ericson Winner of the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Novel “Ericson has perfectly captured the voice and pacing of
Harriet, Spionage aller Art
Language: en
Pages: 287
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh, Inge M. Artl
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher:
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Harriet the Spy: 50th Anniversary Edition
Language: en
Pages: 368
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-02-25 - Publisher: Delacorte Press
This special 50th Anniversary Edition of the classic and ground-breaking coming-of-age novel, Harriet the Spy, includes tributes by Judy Blume, Meg Cabot, Lois Lowry, Rebecca Stead, and many more, as well as a map of Harriet's New York City neighborhood and spy route and original author/editor correspondence. Using her keen observation skills, 11-year-old Harriet M. Welsch writes down in her notebook what she considers the truth about everyone in and around her New York City neighborhood. When she loses track of her notebook, it ends up in the wrong hands, and before she can stop them, her friends read the sometimes awful things she's observed and written about each of them. How can Harriet find a way to keep her integrity and also put her life and her friendships back together? “I don’t know of a better novel about the costs and rewards of being a truth teller, nor of any book that made more readers of my generation want to become fiction writers. I love the story of Harriet so much I feel as if I lived it.” —Jonathan Franzen, author of Freedom and The Corrections
The Long Secret
Language: en
Pages: 277
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002 - Publisher: Yearling Books
When she begins receiving strange and disturbing notes from a stranger, Harriet the Spy, with the help of her friend Beth Ellen, set out to find out who is behind the dirty deed and why. Reprint.
Harriet, Spionage aller Art
Language: de
Pages: 314
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 1981-01 - Publisher:
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Harriet Spies Again
Language: en
Pages: 256
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh, Helen Ericson
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002-05-14 - Publisher: Delacorte Press
Harriet M. Welsch has just received the best news of her eleventh year—Ole Golly is coming back! Harriet can still remember how sad she was when her beloved nanny married George Waldenstein and moved away. But the circumstances of Ole Golly’s return remain unclear. Where is George Waldenstein? With Mr. and Mrs. Welsch living in France for three months, Sport confiding that he has a crush on a girl at school, and the arrival of a mysterious new neighbor, who’s going to require a whole lot of spying, Harriet already has her hands full. Then she overhears Ole Golly saying she’s innocent—but innocent of what? Harriet the Spy is on the case and ready to help Ole Golly in any way she can. Praise for Harriet the Spy® and Her Friends Harriet the Spy® “Harriet is . . . wholly relatable whether you’re eleven or several times that age.”—EW.com Harriet Spies Again By Louise Fitzhugh and Helen Ericson Winner of the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Novel “Ericson has perfectly captured the voice and pacing of Fitzhugh’s original novel in a seamless rendering of a fresh, enjoyable story for today’s readers.” —School Library Journal Harriet the Spy, Double Agent By
Harriet the Spy
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Louise Fitzhugh, Helen Ericson
Categories: Juvenile Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 1996 - Publisher:
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Sometimes You Have to Lie
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Leslie Brody
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020 - Publisher: Seal Press
"The protagonist and anti-heroine of Louise Fitzhugh's masterpiece Harriet the Spy, first published first in 1964, continues to mesmerize generation after generation of readers. Harriet is an erratic, unsentimental, and endearing prototype--someone very like the woman who dreamed her up, author and artist Louise Fitzhugh. Born in 1928, Fitzhugh was raised in a wealthy home in segregated Memphis, and she escaped her cloistered world and made a beeline for New York as soon as she could. Her expanded milieu stretched from the lesbian bars of Greenwich Village to the dance clubs of Harlem, on to the resurgent artist studios of post-war New York, France, and Italy. Her circle of friends included artists like Maurice Sendak and playwrights like Lorraine Hansberry. In the 1960s, Fitzhugh wrote Harriet the Spy, and in doing so she introduced "new realism" into children's books-she launched a genre of children's books that allowed characters to experience authentic feelings and acknowledged topics that were formerly considered taboo. Fitzhugh's books are full of resistance: to liars, to conformity, to authority, and even (radically, for a children's author) to make-believe. As a commercial children's author and lesbian, Fitzhugh often had to disguise the nature of her most intimate relationships.