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    (PDF READ) [Harriet the Spy] ☆ Louise Fitzhugh Okay who’s ready for another dose of nostalgia? I remember picking up this book before a summer vacation The trailer had premiered earlier and I was dying to know what happened before I saw the movie All the readers who truly feel me throw your hands up at me My plan was to read a chapter a day but I was also reading Ralph S Mouse at the same time nostalgia kicking in yet? Anyway somehow my older brother got ahold of it and f

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    Louise Fitzhugh ✓ 5 Free download (PDF READ) [Harriet the Spy] ☆ Louise Fitzhugh I loved this book Read it first in the fifth grade then read it at least twice a year after that until it fell out of my book bag in the gym locker room in the seventh grade Spent the rest of that term known as Harriet or Fu

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    (PDF READ) [Harriet the Spy] ☆ Louise Fitzhugh Read Harriet the Spy I re read Harriet the Spy last week and found myself noticing for the first time how deeply subversive and honest it is Even by contemporary standards it's a bracing read hard to imagine what reading this book m

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    (PDF READ) [Harriet the Spy] ☆ Louise Fitzhugh This isn’t a great children’s book This is a great book whose protagonist happens to be very youngThis is a book that manages to be shocking in spite of the absence of sex drugs and violence Harriet isn’t forced to kick arse in a fight to the death or struggle to feed her family On the contrary the only shocking thing about he

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    (PDF READ) [Harriet the Spy] ☆ Louise Fitzhugh I genuinely don't like giving a book a bad review but if it weren't that I have an obsessive need to finish a book once I start it

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Free download Harriet the Spy ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Louise Fitzhugh ✓ 5 Free download Interest to herI BET THAT LADY WITH THE CROSS EYE LOOKS IN THE MIRROR AND JUST FEELS TERRIBLEPINKY WHITEHEAD WILL NEVER CHANGE DOES HIS MOTHER HATE HIM IF I HAD HIM I'D HATE HIMIF MARION HAWTHORNE DOE. Okay who s ready for another dose of nostalgia I remember picking up this book before a summer vacation The trailer had premiered earlier and I was dying to know what happened before I saw the movie All the readers who truly feel me throw your hands up at me My plan was to read a chapter a day but I was also reading Ralph S Mouse at the same time nostalgia kicking in yet Anyway somehow my older brother got ahold of it and finished it before me while I was reading the other book during this vacation And he spoiled it Yeah guys he was mad because he got scammed because he bought a bootleg version of Dangerous Minds off the street we were visiting family in New York at the time so he took his frustration out that way as typical older brothers in the 90 s did for some reason If you don t understand this I m sure Clarissa would be than happy to explain everything about sibling dynamics to youMoving forward I didn t finish the book at the time because I was mad that it was spoiled for me no worries I did pick it up again a while later But I did see the movie and it was spectacular I was obsessed with Harriet s use of everyday things and how she turned them into spy gadgets I wanted a belt like hers and I think Wild Planet capitalized on it with their own line of spy toysI even remember prizes at our elementary school fundraiser being these collapsible binoculars and sunglasses with mirrors on the side of them so you could see behind you These cheapo toys made all of us kids feel like real secret agents on the playgroundThen the movie came out on VHS and the clamshell packaging was orange You guys that was crazy at the time Even the tape was orange instead of the pedestrian black and that was so wild And it came with invisible ink pensA big component of the story was that Harriet was told by her nanny Golly that if she wanted to be a writer that she needed to practice writing everyday and to start using her powers of inspection to really see people To look beneath the obviousness of their actions and see the underlying causes And Harriet gets in trouble for her acerbic and cutting observations when her private journal is stolen and all the kids in her class find out what she really sees when she looks at them She becomes a pariah for this and even her closest friends give in to the pressure of alienating her because they felt betrayed by her again PRIVATE thoughts Feeling isolated and that her personal property was violated she lashes out at everyone using her newfound detective paradigm to see everyone s weaknesses view spoiler This was kind of mind blowing as a kid That you could shut people down with just a few simple comments today we call that slaying hide spoiler

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Free download Harriet the Spy ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Louise Fitzhugh ✓ 5 Free download SN'T WATCH OUT SHE'S GOING TO GROW UP INTO A LADY HITLERBut when Harriet's notebook is found by her schoolmates their anger and retaliation and Harriet's unexpected responses explode in a hilarious wa. I re read Harriet the Spy last week and found myself noticing for the first time how deeply subversive and honest it is Even by contemporary standards it s a bracing read hard to imagine what reading this book must have been like when it was first published in 1964 Something that moved me this time around was how defiantly Harriet and Janie resist the half hearted efforts of their parents to make them behave with conventional femininity and how uickly their parents give up that scheme as represented by the specter of DANCE SCHOOL As little as their parents understand Harriet and Janie they also seem to have no real interest in changing or controlling them

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Free download Harriet the Spy ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Louise Fitzhugh ✓ 5 Free download Harriet the Spy has a secret notebook that she fills with utterly honest jottings about her parents her classmates and her neighbors Every day on her spy route she observes and notes down anything of. Schadenfreude That s what this book is about and it s all Harriet thinks about the misfortune of others and how she can find joy in it While that can have its place like in The Hunger Games it is just disturbing where this book is concernedThis is one of those rare times where twenty years later I reread a book from childhood that I adored and my opinion of it completely changes as an adult I kept my original copy from childhood but now I m not sure I will keep it still because I can t imagine ever reading this again It was painful I did not enjoy it It was not charming I thought it was funny for maybe the first couple chapters but it uickly becomes causticHarriet wants to be a writer Fair enough But there are two very disturbing revelations associated with this1 Harriet somehow gets the idea that the best way to practice being a writer is not to like practice writing short stories and use her imagination Instead she takes write what you know to a whole new level keeping a notebook where she spies on everyone in the neighborhood and then documents every cruel thought she has ever had about them including her best friends then somehow justifies this as a way to learn to write better and descriptively2 Harriest does not want to be a writer to improve the world become famous or inspire people Allow me as I uote WHEN I GROW UP I M GOING TO FIND OUT EVERYTHING ABOUT EVERYBODY AND PUT IT ALL IN A BOOK THE BOOK IS GOING TO BE CALLED SECRETS BY HARRIET M WELSCH I WILL ALSO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS IN IT AND MAYBE SOME MEDICAL CHARTS IF I CAN GET THEM I just WHATStill I kept giving the book the benefit of the doubt For one thing it is intriguing because we all think things about other people although I uickly grew tired of that Most importantly though there was still a chance that Harriet might learn some good lessons from all thisNopeHarriet s parents are so pleased that Ole Golly can handle Harriet so well but they seem blind to the fact that none of them the parents or Ole Golly seemed to have instilled any values a sense of privacy and boundariesparameters or common decency in Harriet Harriet is petultant selfish disrespectful shallow beyond nosy self involved and just plain mean She has no redeeming ualities None She has no social skills cannot relate to her peers is stunted psychologically has a truly alarming lack of empathy for other people and spends her days involving herself in everyone else s business and truly and wholeheartedly thinks it s her business to know these things about others whereas how DARE they think to look in her SOOPER SEKRIT notebookHarriet is eleven but she talks and spends her days like a middle aged sociopath relishing the choice of his next victim I kept waiting for her to learn a lesson to gain some insight to understand how her actions hurt other people to understand what she was doing was not just wrong but also sick nothing She doesn t learn anything not even when she goes to a psychologist not even when she gets caught breaking and entering not even when all her friends find her notebook and shut her out not even when the adults closest to her realize what she s been doing not even when the teachers see what this does to her classmatesI am really not sure what Fitzhugh was trying to accomplish with this book Harriet learned no lessons Her friends magically forgive her after her superficial apology which involved spying and telling secrets in the school newspaper whereas were I her friend I would never be able to trust her again She doesn t get into any actual trouble for what she does If I had children I m not even sure I would allow them to read this

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 300
  • Harriet the Spy
  • Louise Fitzhugh
  • English
  • 11 December 2020
  • 9780440416791