Henry Reed, Inc. by Keith Robertson

Henry Reed, Inc.

byKeith RobertsonIllustratorRobert Mccloskey

Paperback | May 1, 1989

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Henry Reed has arrived in Grover's Corner--and the town will never be the same. While spending the summer with his aunt and uncle, Henry comes up with a sure-fire money-making project: Henry Reed, Inc., Research. Henry's neighbor, Midge Glass, has an even more sure-fire hit: Reed and Glass, Inc. Now with Henry's ingenious mind and Midge's practical reasoning, Reed and Class Inc. turns into a huge success--while creating more bewildering and outrageous schemes than the townfold could have imagined.

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Robert McCloskey (1914-2003) wrote and illustrated some of the most honored and enduring children's books ever published. He grew up in Hamilton, Ohio, and spent time in Boston, New York, and ultimately Maine, where he and his wife raised their two daughters. The first ever two-time Caldecott Medal winner, for Make Way for Ducklings an...
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Title:Henry Reed, Inc.Format:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 7.75 × 5.19 × 0.6 inPublished:May 1, 1989Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0140341447

ISBN - 13:9780140341447

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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"This very funny story is Henry's straight-faced journal of his summer activities. Henry, who has an interest in nature and a talent for making things happen, establishes the firm of Henry Reed, Inc., Research, and with neighbor Midge as an ally, engages in a series of projects usually profitable to them, but often hazardous to the adults involved".--ALA Booklist

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"Henry's experiments in 'free enterprise' make hilarious reading."--The Chicago Tribune