Friendship According To Humphrey
Written by Betty G. Birney
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Another delightful story about Humprey the Hamster and his freinds full of relatable life lessons that help young readers deal with growing up.
Friendship According To Humphrey by Betty G. Birney
When Og the Frog came to live in Room 26, Humphrey felt a little jealous. Still, he tried to be welcoming but discovered that it's hard to make friends with a frog. Then he found out that his fellow students were having problems with their friends, too. AJ and Garth had to deal with a bully named Martin, and Heidi and Gail had a terrible argument.
'Humphrey, a delightful, irresistible character, is big hearted, observant and creative, and his experiences, whether escaping a nosy dog or helping an immigrant family speak english, range from comedic to touching.' Booklist
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