Harry has been the other man in my life this summer. I have been busy with my nose in a Horrible Harry book off and on for a few weeks now. Don’t get me wrong, I am also reading for professional development (Building Mathematical Comprehension) and pleasure (just finished Gone Girl – outstanding read, by the way).
Some days after reading I feel like singing a little Taylor Swift: “We are never, ever, ever, ever, getting back together…..like ever!” However, even if I do break up with Harry, we will get back together…at least until I’m done with the series 🙂
Slowly, but surely I’m going through and creating a mini novel study for each book in the series. It is a growing bundle, which means it starts out at one price. As more files are added, the price will go up. However, buyers who already have the file will get all of the new book units for free – they just have to go back to their downloads to get the newest files.
Here are the books that are included in the bundle right now:
Are you curious to know what I put into each of my book units? Well, here you go:
If these images aren’t big enough, you can also download the preview to get the same images. The individual book units are $2 each in my store. Right now this bundle is priced at $15. That brings the cost for each file to just over $1 each – big savings! Not to mention that you will also receive the future book files at no additional cost. So, if you’re ready to start your Horrible Harry obsession, head on over to grab the bundle.
If that isn’t enough, here’s one more fun Horrible Harry project. Do you know Amy Lemons from Step Into Second Grade with Mrs. Lemons? Last year I saw that she posted about Horrible Harry, too. She created a little craftivity. Head on over to this post on her blog to check it out (it’s FREE).
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