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Download Henry Reed Inc Puffin Books Mobi Ñ 240 pages ¸ Horticulturetrader á [BOOKS] ✮ Henry Reed Inc Puffin Books By Keith Robertson – Horticulturetrader.co.uk Henry Reed has arrived in Grover's Corner and the town will never be the same While spending the summer with his aunt and Idge's practical reasoning Reed and Class Inc turns into a huge success while creating bewildering and outrageous schemes than the townfold could have imagine My son seemed to enjoy this one Henry and his friend Midge get up to mischief without intending to a classic theme I know Obviously this is an older book but I was still pleasantly surprised that not only did they have an adult view spoilershoot holes in a homemade weather balloon to get it down but the adult also commented on considering his sight lines since a22 will can travel about a mile and it has to come down somewhere hide spoiler

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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 fir I know I read this as a kid living in the Midwest but it was even fun as an adult living in the area of NJ where the book takes place familiar culture places problems Though published in 1958 when the Princeton area was rural many similarities remainSimilarities Tiny named villages all over the place eg Grover's Corner has 9 houses; the mix of rural and suburban Mention of The Institute of Advanced Study and the Gallup Poll organization Surprised to find out they already had garden eating hoards of deer back then Even though I'm not sure where the author's fictional town of Grover's Corner would be the author lived in Hopewell it was fun to hear mention of Princeton Junction tiny little Mount Rose Plainsboro New Hope etc Funny to see mention of a mini traffic jam forming on a country road and most of those in it are uber educated university faculty That's SO typical of this area Finding old pottery in the woods and stream banks We love doing thatDifferences The story centers on a kid learning about American free enterprise such a 50s sounding concept It makes the Princeton area sound like an important think tank I would say it's a bit of a has been in that regard no offense meant to the wonderful researchers and businesses in the area Box turtles Why can they find so many box turtles which I adore and I've only ever seen one here Anyway I would recommend this book to kids living in my area I really liked the characters serious Henry and funny carefree Midge My inner feminist loves that Mr Robertson invented a Midge who is fearless and creative and loves being outdoors and insists on becoming a business partner She's so awesome But not a 5 star rating because it bothers me that the kids found it funny when a lady fell into a pond because of something they did and did nothing to help or apologize Henry writes she was too fat to do muchI stayed where I was and laughed until my sides ached Shame on you Henry Reed

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Henry Reed Inc Puffin BooksE money making project Henry Reed Inc Research Henry's neighbor Midge Glass has an even sure fire hit Reed and Glass Inc Now with Henry's ingenious mind and M Henry's father is in the diplomatic service and he's lived all over Europe but is spending the summer with his pleasant and placid Aunt Mabel and Uncle Al in Grover's Corners near Princeton University There are only a handful of houses but the neighbors are all fairly interesting and understanding Henry even has a barn at his disposal because his mother inherited it and uses this to set up his research business He and neighbor Midge form a partnership I adored Midge beyond measure When asked by Henry What are you going to put into the business? she replies I'll furnish the brains Henry laughs but sees her point and takes her on Accompanied by Agony the beagle the two set to researching for fun and profit There are gentle high jinks all along and at the end Midge insists that the business be renamed Reed and Glass Henry does own the barn and the two repaint the sign together Henry and Midge are both industrious curious children who are not content to sit and stare at their phones all day which would have been UITE boring in 1958 They find clients do research earn money and occupy themselves all day without the interference of adults although I imagine the well upholstered Aunt Mabel kept them well furnished with peanut butter sandwiches and cookies and Uncle Al does come to their rescue in times of need and wonders things like How did those sheep get in there? without really needing to know particulars Yes the 1950s had their problems But Greg Heffley and his family are negative and boring to me and I don't want to be a part of their world for very long The fact that my students do when they could instead be spending time with Henry or Anne or Homer or Laura it just makes me sad