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➥ [Ebook] ➠ The Long Secret By Louise Fitzhugh ➯ – Formresponse.co.uk Harriet the Spy refuses to become ruffled when an unidentified person starts leaving disturbing notes all over the uiet little beach town of Water Mill She’s determined to discover the author of theHarriet the Spy refuses to become ruffled when an unidentified person starts leaving disturbing notes all over the uiet little beach town of Water Mill She’s determined to discover the author of the notes And she drags her friend mousy Beth Ellen into all kinds of odd and embarrassing situations in her efforts to reveal the culprit Observing in her own special caustic way with her ever present notebook Harriet the Spy is on the case But will she be ready to face the truth wh.

En she finds it? Praise for Harriet the Spy® and Her Friends  Harriet the Spy®“Harriet is wholly relatable whether you’re eleven or several times that age”—EWcom  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.

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eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or Born in Memphis Tennessee She attended Miss Hutchison's School and three different universities without obtaining a degree According to her obituary in the New York Times Fitzhugh graduated from Barnard College in 1950 She lived most of her adult life in New York City and had houses in both Long Island and Bridgewater ConnecticutShe was married briefly to Ed Thompson whom she dated in hig

long pdf secret ebok The Long pdf The Long Secret PDFEn she finds it? Praise for Harriet the Spy® and Her Friends  Harriet the Spy®“Harriet is wholly relatable whether you’re eleven or several times that age”—EWcom  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.

10 thoughts on “The Long Secret

  1. Linda Linda says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFHow can anyone not love a book that starts out with a cashier with mean eyes receiving an anonymous note that reads jesus hates you?C'mon; seriously


  2. Colleen Wainwright Colleen Wainwright says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFI enjoyed every bit of Harriet the Spy as a girl and while it made me anxious to read because you knew she was going to get caught re read it many times But The Long Secret is the book I continue to re read as a grown woman It shares the same strengths of great character portraits plotting and sense of place that Harriet had but this seuel has a languid mysterious uirky feel and dares to leave things hanging Set on the shores of the wealthy New Yorkers' summer beach playgrounds and back in the days before they were discreetly luxurious before they became overrun with bourgeois ridiculousness it is the perfect book to read in the waning weeks of summer Or to re read


  3. Marigold Marigold says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFEVERYONE screamed Jennifer YOU must READ this BOOK In my head I talk like Harriet the Spy But as I am wise adult ha I try not to inflict that on people SeriouslyI wonder if my inner voice developed as a result of reading and re reading and re reading Harriet the Spy and The Long Secret as a child? Of course sometimes my inner voice is Harriet WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU??? and sometimes it is Beth Ellen I don't know who I am and I want to hideI loved Harriet the Spy and The Long Secret as a kid have kept both on my bookshelf Recently I read an article alerting me that this is the 50th anniversary year of Harriet the Spy that spurred me to read this book which I always liked even better than the first Harriet book In fact I started thinking about reading this a couple of weeks ago once I started thinking about it I couldn't get the urge out of my head I still love Harriet Beth Ellen Janie Harriet's wise apparently fun parents despite their 1960s style vag


  4. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFThe under appreciated red headed step sister of Harriet the Spy Just as good and in many ways better


  5. Chance Lee Chance Lee says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFFirst look at this awful cover from the 1984 paperback edition of this book It makes Harriet look like the main character she's not and Beth Ellen doesn't even have curly hair The original cover with Louise Fitzhugh's illustration is much better An illustration of Beth Ellen and Harriet at the beach it tells us many things about the story 1 they're at the beach This book takes place in the beach town of Water Mill where Beth Ellen and Harriet mere acuaintances at school in New York City find themselves closer friends during the summer 2 Harriet is further away and her hair is covering her face suggesting she is


  6. Lisa Lisa says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFI loved Harriet the Spy and was so excited to read this next onebut as a kid I found it much melancholyI think now that I look back on it it's because the book actually does capture that melancholy feeling of puberty of having to leave childhood behind of being separated out from childhood by what is happening to your body That is part of what is brilliant about the book But much evocative for girls than boys I'd think


  7. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFWorst cover ever short list Why? The author made it perfectly clear what the girls look like with her own interior illustrations Well it's an awful book anyway I suppose it's meant to have some humor in it but most of the jokes are so


  8. Timothy Power Timothy Power says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFWhat I love about this book is the touching sense of the desperate boredom of adolescence that Louise Fitzhugh evokes without ever directly addressing the issue And Harriet M Welsch has always been a hero to me


  9. Scott Scott says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFThis book starts out wonderfully with a mystery worthy of Harriet's particular skill set Someone is leaving notes for people around town usually biblical uotes with an amusing relevance though unsettling to the recipients


  10. Lars Guthrie Lars Guthrie says:

    eBook formresponse.co.uk Ò The Long Secret eBook À The Long PDF/EPUB or long pdf, secret ebok, The Long pdf, The Long Secret PDFLike 'Harriet the Spy' and 'Sport' a groundbreaking work of children's literature I don't know if Judy Blume read this before writing 'Are You There God?' published in 1970 five years after 'The Long Secret' but two of the central themes are similar puberty and religion so there's little doubt that Fitzhugh opened the door for clear eyed frankness on such subject matter Like Margaret Harriet and her intermittent friend and the real star of 'Secret' Beth Ann occupy a lofty socioeconomic caste Fitzhugh however searches for and finds diversity even in Montauk where her protagonists are summering This allows her to connect religion to class and to introduce the delightful Jessie Mae and her decidedly odd family and to bring in race and religion with another strong character The Preacher It's hard not to read in autobiography in Fitzhugh's depiction of Sport's mother in that eponymous work and Beth Ann's mother in 'Secret' It's not a flattering picture


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